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post #3256 of 3342

Can anyone with the Indigo shirt comment on its quality?

post #3257 of 3342
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Originally Posted by xxxamazexxx View Post

Does anyone have any thoughts on the belts? I'm looking to buy one as my go-to dress belt.

I have the switch buckle belt in black and pewter, with a pewter buckle. I like them a lot. The leather feels fine. It feels quite supple and flexible, which I prefer for my belts -- I hate having to break in belts. They look fine with trousers or jeans or chinos, so I'm sure you could use them for dress purposes.
post #3258 of 3342
Kind of want the cashmere hoodie... anyone going to order? Any alternatives?
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Try WvG, D. For $25 they're t-shirts are a surprisingly nice.

I don't think there's an issue with everlane's quality in my experience. For $15 you get a $15 t-shirt. Just had my first one start unraveling at the neck seam after about a year... of not so much wear... I don't know seems about right for the price range. I personally prefer the lands end canvas t-shirts though, they use thicker fabric and hold up better and are cheaper.

If the LEC shirt lasts longer, is cheaper and seems better made, maybe the Everlane one that costs $15 doesn't provide $15 worth of value.

Edit: I also agree they should change the model. I mean, I don't think I have the physique to model clothes either, but when selling merchandise, I imagine you want it to look its best. Ever seen a skinny mannequin?
post #3260 of 3342
That's another explanation. I don't know who's fabric is better "quality." Everlane shirt feels softer and is lighter. I like the fabric more personally, but for the reasons stated I just stick with LEC. I mostly just avoid this thread now because I'm not interested in the product, so I don't want to bash everlane, but their customer service is really good if nothing else.
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

That's another explanation. I don't know who's fabric is better "quality." Everlane shirt feels softer and is lighter. I like the fabric more personally, but for the reasons stated I just stick with LEC. I mostly just avoid this thread now because I'm not interested in the product, so I don't want to bash everlane, but their customer service is really good if nothing else.

Agree, I'm not sure why I'm still subscribed.
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

That's another explanation. I don't know who's fabric is better "quality." Everlane shirt feels softer and is lighter. I like the fabric more personally, but for the reasons stated I just stick with LEC. I mostly just avoid this thread now because I'm not interested in the product, so I don't want to bash everlane, but their customer service is really good if nothing else.

What's LEC?
post #3263 of 3342
^ lands end canvas.

I kind of want to try the cashmere hoodie too. Sounds so good for bumming around in.
post #3264 of 3342
Lands End Canvas probably
post #3265 of 3342
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

Hey taco, just wanted to let you know some of the changes we made to the fit.
  • Since we use turn back construction for the hem, we went from a 1/2" hem to a 5/8" hem. This will keep the hem from flipping up
  • Switched from 30's rib to 20's rib which is slightly thicker and will help ensure the collar lays flat.
  • Removed 1/2" in length on sizes XS-L
  • Sleeves are 1/4" longer on sizes XS-L

This does not seem to be the case. I've been ordering and wearing Everlane T's often for about a year and a half, and the Large has been the perfect t for me. I ordered more shirts in the end of September and the length seems to be significantly longer. I measured 2.75 inches longer on the new shirt.

Has anybody else received the new fit and experienced the same thing?
post #3266 of 3342
Longtime Everlane customer here.

I have at least one of just about everything Everlane has ever sold (except the accessories/bags). My gf does too. I'm on t-shirt number ~20 right now and have had sizing or destroyed-after-one-wash problems. I get more compliments on my red Everlane poplin than any other piece of clothing I own. The cashmere sweaters are better than you'd expect for their price and continue to be sturdy after 6+ months of wear. Great looking website and super easy to navigate/order.

As usual, the most vocal posters have experienced problems, but I'm likely one of many satisfied customers.
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Has anyone had any success finding a proxy for everlane?
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I'm still waiting for my cashmere hoodie and sweater from everlane. I guess i'll chime back when they arrive. However the real test of time is when/if their cashmere starts piling.

 

Guess i'll be able to compare them to my other cashmere pieces from Autumn Cashmere, Boss and Burberry.

 

I hope they are at least equal or better than Boss ;p

post #3269 of 3342
Bummer the charcoal hoodies are sold out =d

Definitely report in on the quality.
post #3270 of 3342
Hey guys, it's been a while since I've posted.

I've read through the last few pages and I noticed some folks were unhappy with their past or recent purchases. I'd like to let everyone know if they contact our support team, we'll make sure you're taken care of. You can also PM me.

We went from producing a few hundred t-shirts to thousands per month and have expanded to other categories. Scaling introduces complexities and issues, but we're not turning a blind eye to them. Currently we pull about 10% of each batch of tees to closely inspect. It'd be insanely slow for us to check every single tee. If you have a problem with any tee's we'll be more than happy to exchange them. Any issues with other products let us know. It could be one-off or systematic. Either way, it's important for us to know. In an ideal world we'd have no defects at all, but that's not the case. We're growing and learning every day.

I share comments and posts from this thread to the team occasionaly, but not all of them can always be implemented. If the recent negative posts here truly represent the experience of our entire customer base we need to know. Then we can start to collect supporting data and bring it up with our factories.
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