Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ethan Halladay, Jan 27, 2012.
Agreeing with this, I need a couple more sweaters in that style but I'm waiting for different (nicer) colors.
Was gonna mention this. No offense to the guy but he doesn't fit the t shirts or sweaters all that well.
maybe they are trying to appeal to the everyday type guy
The model wearing multiple sizes is an interesting idea, definitely worth a try.
Even just listing his chest size would be a big step up, though.
I like the blond model with freckles and pretty eyes, use her more
or providing measurements would help immensely..
how about have three models, one skinny, one average, and one fat lol
or an interactive system where the user can feed the model virtual bowls of lard until the tees burst at the seams.
Idealistic, for sure. But an interesting point.
I don't have any problems with the current model. I'm happy that ya'll haven't gone the whole "starved and emaciated" route that seems to be so popular with high-fashion brands *dry heave*. The current model certainly isn't overweight or fat. He's not the fittest guy in the world, but then again, most Americans generally aren't "athletes".
It might be interesting to see what different people with different builds look like in the shirts, though, but I don't know what's involved with the logistics of something like that. Truth told, for 15 dollars it's not *that* big of an investment to figure out what the shirts look like on you. I'm glad I made that little leap.
Hey, guys at everlane, you don't have any positions available for a guy with no skills in the clothing industry, do ya? I can whip up one hell of a cappuccino!
Hell, if you can shoot on the weekends, I can always make a quick trip to the city.
By chance can you provide shoulder measurements for a size M?
It has a raglan sleeve, so that kind of makes an accurate/meaningful shoulder measurement tough.
any word on the new clay shipment?
yea again, I don't really care about the model - just post measurements!
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