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Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. momentoftruth

    momentoftruth Senior member

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    just received a couple pockets tees, they feel tighter in the chest than the ones I got last year (size S, I'm 5'10" low 150s), anyone else noticed this? It's a shame because the length is pretty much perfect, so I'm not sure I want to size up
     
  2. dEX

    dEX Senior member

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    So does Everlane always offer free returns? Because it says it's only for new customers but I signed up months ago and still didn't have to pay.
     
  3. shortbreadluver

    shortbreadluver Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have the measurements for the v-neck in XS?
     
  4. ZxRP

    ZxRP Member

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    So I caved and decided to try for my first purchase from everlane. This is the XS tshirt from them. How's the fit? Just for reference, I'm 5'4", 130lb, so I opted for the XS since their size chart told me it was fine
     
  5. digga

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    way too small
     
  6. ZxRP

    ZxRP Member

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    I thought the same thing, but I don't want to buy a size up and have it fit too big because of my odd proportions
     
  7. edamame

    edamame Well-Known Member

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    Definitely return it and size up; It's way too tight. The size small should fit pretty well. If anything, it'll be slightly big. The same thing happened to me (between XS and S) and I just used it as an incentive to work out a bit to fill out the shirt a little better. Best decision to be made on the matter, in my experience.
     
  8. ZxRP

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    Thank you, I'll try out the S and report back. My hope is that if the small runs too long on my small torso, it'll shrink a little in the dryer. Are returns free?
     
  9. SuEd

    SuEd Senior member

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    You could also get the shirt hemmed by a tailor but I'd only consider that as a last resort.
     
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  11. ricedaddy

    ricedaddy Active Member

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    Anyone received the poplin or linen shirts? Thoughts? opinions?
     
  12. thenanyu

    thenanyu Senior member

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    Yes, but we will be bringing in a different shade that's pretty close for the fall.


    We're testing free shipping and returns with some users. We may implement it site-wide in the future.


    Sent you a PM, here they are just in case anyone else is wondering.

    http://cl.ly/image/1f0S1d0P3P0t


    I would recommend sizing up to a S.
     
  13. phreak

    phreak Senior member

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    My red poplin and white linen shirts arrived today. I'm 6" 155lbs and went with a small

    I've only tried them on for a few mins but I was really impressed, especially at $55 each. An incredible value when you compare it to BoO (retail or on sale).

    The linen was soft, light, and airy..draped nicely. A bit see through however.

    The poplin fabric is light (def a summer cotton). The cut is slim but not too narrow. The taper isn't that drastic at all.

    I would recommend purchasing these shirts if you are looking for another shirt.

    This was my first order where I didn't get my gf something. And she absolutely noticed haha. She already owns one of everything in the women's selection. Any plans on a women's linen shirt?
     
  14. Diglet

    Diglet Senior member

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    Just bought one of their linen shirts too. Post some pics!
     
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  15. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Senior member

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    Diglet Senior member

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    Nope, made in China.

    Also, I thought the shirts were 100% linen but they're actually 55% linen and 45% cotton for anyone who really cares.
     
  17. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Senior member

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    Really? Are they really cheap?
    I would check myself, but I can't login through my iPad.
     
  18. Diglet

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    Some loose threads here and there but I'd say that it's pretty good in terms of quality. And I actually like the fact that it's a cotton/linen mix so that the material isn't as sheer and see-through as 100% linen.
     
  19. Tigerprawn

    Tigerprawn Senior member

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    I gotta echo the reviews on the u-neck. I do hope the cut is revised.
     
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  20. notwithit

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    Just got the linen shirt in the mail. Buttons are thicker than the v1 oxford, fabric is light but not see-through, maybe a little on the rough side. The only thing I'm not a fan of is the armholes, which seem to be a lot lower than they were on the oxfords. Not sure whether I want to keep it on account of that.

    Does anyone know whether it'll cause structural damage if I cut out the weird plastic tag on the inside with a seam ripper?
     

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