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Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. diniro

    diniro Well-Known Member

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    I think you're tall enough to go up to medium. It look slightly small on you to me but that's just my opinion. I have the same chest size. The chest will stretch to a comfortable fit with wear if you stick with small.
     
  2. thenanyu

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    Our production operates on two time tables - if we make a decision on cut, most fabrics, or construction, it takes 8-12 weeks for that change to reach the hands of customers. If we make a decision on color, that length of time is cut in half. I had a discussion with the design team a few days ago about the fit suggestions raised on this thread and new patterns are being made right now. We have to sample them and if the samples turn out well, then we can go into production mode.


    The shirts look great on you, thanks for posting!


    The winter scarves that we sold last year were limited run using deadstock fabrics. We are working on summer scarves, just trying to find the right mix of fabric right now.



    Yeah, that fits really well on you. It will be a different kind of fit if you size up to medium. Some people are used to a looser fit, but that picture is representative of the fit that most people on SW&D are going
    for.
     
  3. Bam!ChairDance

    Bam!ChairDance Well-Known Member

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  4. Harbin

    Harbin Well-Known Member

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    If anyone wants a cinnamon sweater size medium let me know
     
  5. Harbin

    Harbin Well-Known Member

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    update: washed and machine dried pocket tee size medium. shrunk a little, a bit tight in shoulder and chest now but should stretch back out.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Well-Known Member

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    Do you have measurements of the womens shirts?
     
  7. Samir

    Samir Well-Known Member

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    Y'all need to post some fit pics of the sweatshirts if you have one!

    How much will belts cost? Think I'll hold off on my next order until that collection drops.
     
  8. notwithit

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    ^ You could always go back a page:
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    I'll post another picture after it's gone through the wash once. Hopefully the neck issue (which you can't really see in this picture) will resolve itself. I've found that clothes fit a little better when they're not box-fresh.

    As an aside, do I have to worry about shrinkage if I machine-dry the sweatshirt? I can definitely hang-dry it if it's a potential issue. The length is fine as it is, but I don't think I could afford to lose any.
     
  9. Ketawa

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    My sweatshirt (size L) shrank about 1.5-2" in length after a machine dry. Sleeves also shrank .5-1".
     
  10. notwithit

    notwithit Well-Known Member

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    Good to know, and thanks for the info. I'll hang-dry it.
     
  11. Samir

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    Saw that picture before and appreciate you posting it, but you like you said, it doesn't show the neck problem. I'm curious if those posting who disliked the neck are having a different fit than the images on the website show.
     
  12. thenanyu

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    We are going to have two belts - one which is an original design that I am really excited for and a more traditional design that is more of a promo, which we will sell at our cost.
    The production run for these belts will be produced completely in the United States. We tried a few different factories, including ones in Asia, but in the end we are going with a local shop in San Francisco, where our office is.


    If your sweater didn't work out for you, we will gladly take a return on it.


    I will take a look - I don't have samples on hand, but I will hunt some of them down.


    If you guys have any issues with the neck or any other part of the sweater, even after washing, PM me and I will see what I can do.
     
  13. VLSI

    VLSI Well-Known Member

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    Looks like they took return of an olive snap backpack if someone wanted one. I have to pass... way too much spending recently.
     
  14. autumndreams

    autumndreams Well-Known Member

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    My girlfriend loved the two v-neck t's that I got for her. And she looks aboslutely smokin' hot in 'em. Gracias everlane!!!!!!

    Makes it easy for a guy to buy nice stuff for his girl. Loving my french terry sweatshirt too. Would like to see a non-raglan, slimmer design later on. I love the direction this company is taking. Seriously, you need an in-house-barista, I'm your man.
     
  15. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    More colors in the sweater please in more earthly tones

    Rust, wine, crimson too

    Wide neck as well ty
     
  16. airblaster503

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    Sweatshirts without raglan sleeves and regular size neck... Think I should have went tts rather than sizing up on mine but oh well.
     
  17. stevent

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    Color wise for the sweaters I think something along what Our Legacy has this spring would be good. And if you made them for a quarter of OL cost I think a lot of people would pick them up. Didn't really like either color that was offered and they aren't really spring colors

    http://www.ourlegacy.se/store/category/ss12_jersey
     
  18. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    So what is the consensus with the sweaters? TTS for good fit, size up 1 for that rag loose crew neckline? Seems like it.. :satisfied:

    ^all those OL colors are ugly minus the indigo
     
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  19. wurlwyde

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  20. wzjradam

    wzjradam Well-Known Member

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    a rust colored sweater or even t shirt would be AWESOME.
     

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