Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ethan Halladay, Jan 27, 2012.
yeah, I agree the Ts could have a bit more taper. and scoop neck would be nice
Does everyone really have that much of a drop, asking for taper this and that
Post a fit son!
I've got hips like beyonce so I sorta like how they are short yet baggy at the bottom. I got a white vneck and black pocket shirt both in small, I'm 5'7 170lbs; they fit how I like. The pocket shirt fits completely different from the vneck.
Considering the present shape of everlane shirts, you'd need a spongebob physique not to want a taper. My drop is only like 5", and the way it fits my chest is still quite out of proportion to the fit in the waist.
One interesting thing about this thread though-- it shows me how much everyone else is willing to put up with tees that cling to the chest. I remember one user commented on the chest fit being "spot on" and then posting a fit that depicted a mighty struggle between the shirt and his nipples. I guess that comes from a lifetime of wearing designers who think a perfect rectangle is somehow the ideal t-shirt shape. After a while, you'd probably get used to it.
They don't shrink much at all in the wash. All our fabric is pre washed. I dry them on low and I get no shrinkage. If you dry them on high and bake them, they will probably shrink some. In general, cotton shouldn't be dried to the extent that it is devoid of moisture - this damages the fiber and shortens the lifespan of the garment. Hang drying is a pain of course, but I have found that a healthy balance is drying on low so shirts come out cold, but not damp.
Yeah, we kinda had the same thought about JP shirts - great construction, good material, fantastic packaging, marketing and store design, but the fit was not to our tastes. Also, I know there's a lot of people out there who gladly shell out $60 for a basic t-shirt that they like, but I suspect many people also wait until they go on sale before purchasing.
Glad you guys dig the packs!
Thanks for the feedback Steven. Weird thing is, the leather on the tote was more expensive than the stuff on the backpack. Our designer was a on a John Varvatos kick when he chose the materials for the tote, that probably has something to do with it.
Mine is much shorter and tighter in the chest.
Where were the backpacks made? In the USA like the totes?
Any chance of a restock on the pocket tee's anytime soon?
Any other items coming out this month?
The backbacks were made in China. Here's the full list of where everything is made:
All T-shirts - Los Angeles
iPhone Covers - San Francisco
Backpacks - China
All Ties - New York
Tote Bags - El Paso
Our warehouse received a partial shipment today as a matter of fact - We have to do some paperwork, but they should be restocked soon.
I know sweatshirts are dropping in March. They are made in the same facilities as our t-shirts.
Yeah it's softened up after use and I'll probably oil it a bit soon. The leather itself is not bad, just the way it was finished.
Will you give us a heads up on when the restock is up?
are there any changes to the new batch of tee's?
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