With Everlane they’ve set out to build a new kind of retail experience, one that exists 100% online and bypasses all the middlemen to create beautiful designer goods, always under $100. In traditional retail your $120 designer shirt sells for 8 times what it cost to make. But it doesn’t have to. They do things differently. Their collections are intentionally pared down so that they can manufacture with the closest attention to detail. It’s an exciting, collaborative and experimental effort. And it’s just the beginning of their journey; one I hope you’ll join them on (because I know I am).
I look forward to some great deals and all I had to do was sign up. Press the link to get in on Everlane and continue to be distinguished…
To all Undefind Styling readers,
Sorry for the lack of posts. Unfortunately, I have decided to stop working on this blog. I am stopping this blog to open a new chapter of my blogging career. I am working with a new group called the Distinguished Urban Society (DUS). I’m their assistant fashion editor. Even though I will not be posting on Undefined Styling I will definitely be posting on the DUS’s tumblr. Check it out for way more content. Thank you for the support and allowing me to find my new hobby. Hopefully, you’ll follow this new project I’m working on better than ever. Thank you so much.
With much respect,
The vivid selection of colors in conjunction with the traditional Native American designs are the reasons why I love this tank so much.
Being innovative is the key. It’s all about doing something different by adding flare and spunk. There is no belt here - just a scarf. Everything has more than one purpose. Play around with those purposes to get MAXIMUM results. You’ll be surprised what you get. —Felix Amankwah
In Ivy League fashion - a group of unknown young men. Date and photographer unknown.