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post #3136 of 3345

Xpost from WAYWT of the linen shirt for anyone who wanted a fit pic

 

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Sized up one because I wanted a looser and breezier fit so the shoulders are slightly dropped.


Edited by Diglet - 7/29/13 at 6:49am
post #3137 of 3345
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Originally Posted by Suyi View Post

Same impression here — that U-neck looks like a Crew. Then again, I can't make out the pocket on that 'Pocket Tee' so maybe I'm just blind...

 

Well they are shitty phone pics but I am wearing a U-neck in that top pic believe it or not. 

post #3138 of 3345
When is the next t shirt restock?
post #3139 of 3345
New backpacks were posted today. They have a modified and deeper water bottle pocket design. Thats honestly my biggest and only complaint about my back pack. I have used daily for over a year due to the shallow pocket its pretty much worthless as a bottle holder everything falls out. I even bought other water bottles to try to remedy the situation to no avail. So basically I carry my water bottle around with two empty water bottle holders. Anyways good to see they recognized the issue although doesn't help me any shog[1].gifshog[1].gif.
post #3140 of 3345
I like how they came out with new colors for the snap backpack, now put out new zip backpacks in the same colors too!
post #3141 of 3345
Can anyone tell me anything about the crew necks t shirts?
post #3142 of 3345
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Originally Posted by Max_Yeah_True View Post

Can anyone tell me anything about the crew necks t shirts?

 

 


Youre in the right place. Go a few dozen pages back.

post #3143 of 3345
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Originally Posted by Max_Yeah_True View Post

Can anyone tell me anything about the crew necks t shirts?

 

I just got the Mediterranean color one recently. Material is nice but fit is a little bit wonky. Neckline is a bit too shallow for my taste; shoulder and chest are smaller than most other tees, resulting in a form-fitting silhouette which, along with the shallow neckline, doesn't look good standalone. As an undershirt maybe, but not really to my taste as something you wear solo.

 

Also, I was disappointed that the Mediterranean color doesn't look as sophisticated as it does on the website. In real life it's a little too harsh and saturated.

post #3144 of 3345
I mean this in the best way possible, you should probably style some of these items differently. For example:
https://ca.everlane.com/collections/seed-stitch/products/seed-stitch-v-dark-grey

The grey especially looks too big on him, and the arms are too long. In addition, styling the navy with a navy shirt doesn't look that great.
post #3145 of 3345
Anyone try the "Home Try-On" yet? I placed my order the other day.
post #3146 of 3345

Just realized I have free shipping and returns on all orders, no idea why. Time to go wild seeing if L or XL will fit in the seed sweatshirt; I like the looks of it. I am in dire need of long arms.

post #3147 of 3345
Anyone doing proxying?

Would need to Australia, just need to pick up a tote and a duffle for work.

Thanks!
post #3148 of 3345
Yeah, the one and only CalTex has an amazing proxy service.
post #3149 of 3345
How are the straps on the backpacks? Hate skinny/thin straps.
post #3150 of 3345

I think they're perfectly sized - with a little padding for cushion. Mine keep slipping though. Not sure if everyone else is having the same problem.

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