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Everlane T-shirts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ethan Halladay, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. ipractice

    ipractice Well-Known Member

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    Seems less slim with just as much flair towards the bottom. Definitely doesnt look like a medium.
     
  2. tgod93

    tgod93 Well-Known Member

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    wow... i sure hope not. i just ordered a smoke in medium >_>... and im only 5'8-5'9, chest 39-41 ish, waist 30-31.

    i was hoping this would be slim fitting and short enough to wear untucked but damn that is a long shirt.
     
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  5. CosmicAsininity

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    Maybe size down?
     
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  6. CosmicAsininity

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    I got the new OCBD today, I'm 5'9 with a 35 chest. Got an XS in Smoke.

    They appeared to have made the sleeves shorter from the old OCBD, but it's still pretty long. It isn't noticeably boxier, but you should size down imo.

    Fabric-wise, it feels thinner and less soft from the old OCBD. I do like the mother of pearl buttons though.

    Oh, and I ought to mention that the old OCBD was made in the US. This one is made in China.
     
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  7. Crump's Brother

    Crump's Brother Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]

    With the first release of our Oxford, we received much feedback about the fit, form, and function. We took notes and went back to the board to make adjustments accordingly.
     
  8. notwithit

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    :confused: :plain: :censored:
     
  9. CosmicAsininity

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  10. CosmicAsininity

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    Yeah, they took exactly an inch off.
     
  11. CosmicAsininity

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    Yeah, they took exactly one inch off, it seems.
     
  12. malcolm4819

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    I know Fall is winding down, will there be a restock on the Emerald cardigans?
     
  13. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    Everlane tee's still my favorite. I actually cancelled my order for the smoke OCBD last minute (great feature btw) and ordered some more tee's instead in size large this time. Long tees for summer.

    Now I can say I have tried size small, medium, and soon large. I can tell you that size small is thin enough to fit underneath an OCBD, medium is great to just wear casually, and I am hoping size large is long enough to layer with.
    All my current Everlane tees are standing up well, wash and dry well, normal shrinking overtime IMO, and stay soft.

    Point is Everlane got the t-shirts right.
     
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  14. red81

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    i ordered one of the french terry sweatshirts. anyone have any experience with these?
     
  15. Crump's Brother

    Crump's Brother Well-Known Member

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    I posted mine a few pages back

    Mine is the new revised fit and i really like it

    If I were to change it at all I would make the body length a bit shorter but fits great otherwise
     
  16. notwithit

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    I reiterate my previous string of emoticons.

    Prolly gonna have to pass on the overdyes thenanyu was talking about for S/S.
     
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  17. tgod93

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    Has anyone had any experience with both Everlane and Frank & Oak?

    I just discovered Frank & Oak and they look pretty similar to Everlane... except with a broader range of products.

    Can anyone comment on the comparison of overall quality/fit of these 2 brands?


    While I love the look of the patched cardigans of Everlane, I am looking for more variety besides cashmere.
     
  18. Samir

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    F&O stuff I got back in May was pretty disappointing - obvious logos on everything, and as an XS/S everything was too baggy. Their blazers are cut really weirdly too. I basically returned everything for credit and ended up just using it all on ties - they had some interesting fabrics.
     
  19. Crump's Brother

    Crump's Brother Well-Known Member

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    Size medium t shirts - still small in the chest proportionately?
     
  20. sleu

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    This. Tried them with a dress shirt and some accessories...not going back
     

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