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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Need a New Shirt Right Now: San Francisco's Everlane Introduces One-Hour Delivery

Posted By on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 12:45 PM

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Earlier this year we talked about the fastest dining delivery apps in S.F.  — and now speedy delivery has moved from food to... clothing. San Francsico-based Everlane is testing a one-hour delivery option for San Francisco residents and employees in 15 of the City's zip codes. A note from the company shares, "If you can get a ramen bowl, a ride to the Giants game, and a dogwalker at your door within the hour—why not clothes?"  
While their whole site won't be open for this beta testing, the delivery option is available for a month (starting Sept. 8) and will feature their classic pieces (think shirts, coats, and totes), which will arrive at your door via Postmates. The one-hour delivery will be "open" Mondays-Fridays 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; fees are $4.95 for one piece and free for two or more (Free shipping is dangerous.). 

So if you're prone to dribbling coffee across your shirt before a meeting, you may want to bookmark their site.  

Update: We put an order in at 3:33 p.m. and it arrived at 4 p.m. on the dot!

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