I’ve been trying to find some new clothes lately for some events and travel I have coming up and I can’t help but feel like everything seems to be $300 these days!? Why is that? All of the sudden jeans have gone over $200 for anything designer label and a nice sweater or top runs the same or more. So when Everlane asked me to partner with them to share with you my thoughts on their MUCH more affordably priced wares, I jumped at the chance to try them out. I surprisingly, only have one Everlane tee, so I was anxious to see how their denim fit specifically!
This outfit is so classically me… I LOOOOOOVE me some good white denim and these jeans are great- the Mid Rise Skinny Jean in a PERFECT slightly off-white color that makes them feel richer and even possibly appropriate for winter and only $68! Really, $68!!!! The material is nice and thick (which I require in white denim!) and not super stretchy so it sort of hold you in! I am normally a 27 in jeans and 5′ 9″ and got these in a 27 tall and they fit perfect. The Navy Cashmere Crewneck is an essential and fits great- not too boxy but not too fitted either, perfect for layering, like over this Striped Relaxed Poplin Shirt— which has the perfect size collar if you enjoy a little “pop” and is roomy without looking sloppy.
And the shoes!!! The Editor Slingbacks are so darling and a great flat that feels dressier than a ballet flat. I may have to get them in black as well!
Sorry for the Oliver photobomb in this one, he simply would not get out of the way! :) Here is another easy and casual outfit– their ribbed Cashmere Mockneck sweater, with bell sleeves, which is super soft and a great weight (comes in a crewneck and V neck as well) and Mid-Rise Stretch Skinny jeans. In these jeans the comments all said to size down, so I’m in a 26 Regular, but I kind of wish I had just gotten a 27 tall in these too. We’ll see how much they stretch with some continued wear!
These Boss Boots are amazing though– such thick, lovely leather- would also be great with tights and a sweater dress! Size up a little in these- I needed the 9 to avoid a too tight toe since they are pointy.
There are lots of other great basics I like too. And I really love that the company is staunch in their efforts to maintain fair labor conditions and wages for their factory workers, as well as be transparent about their pricing model. It’s a very respectable company you can feel good about supporting. :)
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They also have some interesting looking mens basics too- going to pick up some of these shorts for Andrew for our upcoming trip!
**This post was sponsored by Everlane. Product selections, styling and opinions all my own. Thank you for supporting the companies that help keep EOS going!