Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. Sonorously

    Sonorously Well-Known Member

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    They have no plans to restock.
     


  2. gort

    gort Senior member

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    Is that for all belts or just the red?
     


  3. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Cool, thanks for confirming.

    I've worn the belt a few times at this point, and I like it quite a bit. It's thin enough that it fits in the beltloops of my trousers and it doesn't make a big bulge under a t-shirt, but it's not so thin that it looks dainty worn with jeans (maybe I wouldn't wear it with my 19oz. Samurais, but that's a bit different).

    I'm hoping that when you said no restocks on this, maybe you meant no restocks at the at-cost price? I'd love to get my hands a black one, and I'm sure I'd have no qualms with the retail price.
     


  4. VLSI

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    I love my tanner belt, but it's definitely thick. Can't even really fit the overhang through the belt loop of my PS and it definitely makes shirts bulge a bit.
     


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    We are doing another run of the slim belts (the two-piece ones, not the at-cost belt we recently did). We are shooting photos of the samples right now, so I don't have pictures available quite yet, but we made a whole grip of colors.

    - Natural Bridal
    - Dark Brown
    - Tan
    - Slate
    - Black Grain
    - Fire Engine Red (it's insane)

    And totally asskicking
    - Taupe Nubuck
    - Coffee Nubuck

    We are working on a solid copper belt buckle as well as a matte black one, which are both looking amazing.


    We will do another makeup of that style belt, but it will be a while before they are ready. The full retail price of that belt would have been around $40.

    In the meantime, here's a preview of some summer scarves that we are making. They are a really light wool / linen / silk blend, and soup to nuts made in Scotland. Should be hitting in late June. The colorways haven't been locked down yet, but I am pushing hard for the medium brown glen plaid.

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    Oh man! Pricepoint on the scarves? How about some nautical stripes?
     


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    Hell yeah!!!!
     


  8. thenanyu

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    There will be a thin striped version, plus some color blocks and solids. I'm going to New York next week to checkout fabrics for this run and also heavier stuff for the fall.

    As a rule, I do not discuss pricepoints of items before they launch - reason being we don't really decide that until the day before it launches. But everything will always be under $100.
     
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    Finally got my pocket t-shirts. Well worth the wait. I bought peach,lemon,white,muted black. They pretty much all fit alike. The white was a little tighter in the chest, and the muted black neck opening was a little loser, but overall I'm very satisfied. They are going to be my go to t-shirts from now on, and for sure getting more.

    for people still iffy on sizing i went with a small.
    I'm 5'7, 149lb, waist 32 in-between small and medium build. Fit was spot on.

    Buy these t-shirts!
     


  10. gort

    gort Senior member

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    I hope the belts are affordable. I could use a new belt or two.
     


  11. Crump's Brother

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    ^they'll be affordable, that's their business model if you haven't realized
     
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    Thanks, I'll keep an eye out.
     


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    In a few posts above yours, they're aimed to be $40.
     


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    Follow up. Return credit was much, much faster this time :)
     


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    THANKS, must've missed that. :embar:
     


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