Everlane Cashmere Sweater + Ankle Jeans

everlane denim jeans for petite women review

Everlane mid rise ankle jeans in a faded “washed black” sz 25, cashmere sweater xxs c/o (also in turtleneck)

I love shopping at a diverse range of brands, and Everlane has been on my list to try for a while now. A number of you have also asked about and requested info on them, so I’m excited to partner with Everlane for the first time and share some petite-friendly recommendations! Their mission is to offer high quality pieces that are produced ethically, while providing transparency around those items. On each product page you can find info on the factory where it was made, and at the bottom is a breakdown of production costs and Everlane’s markup versus a traditional markup for items of similar quality. Their sizing starts in xxs / 00 and a rare 23 in denim, plus they offer “ankle” styles which I found to fit nicely without hemming needed!

And especially relevant now that it’s cozy sweater season, Everlane just launched a 100% cashmere collection with a wide range of styles and colors. My favorite is the waffle knit cashmere crew, which feels extra luxe due to the waffle texture and thicker knit. This sweater has a straighter cut, with more relaxed dropped shoulders and a cropped length that works well on petite ladies. I love styling this cut of tops with higher-rise bottoms and a half tuck in the front for a slouchy look.

Another petite-friendly find are these authentic stretch mid rise ankle jeans, which some of you may have seen in my recent posts! These are your classic, no-frills skinny jeans. The “washed black” material is a thick, sturdy stretch denim that fit me well off the rack, and even better after a machine wash and dry. I’m wearing sz 25 which fits true to size like a 0 (if you are my pre-pregnancy size, I’d suggest sz 24). The 8.5″ mid rise is comparable to high rise on some other brands, and the Ankle inseam measures 25.5″ and is perfect on me as full-length jeans.

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You guys have also been asking for more brands with convenient return policies, as well as brands that ship internationally, so I wanted to post Everlane’s policies below!

U.S. – First time orders and orders with 2 or more items ship free, otherwise standard domestic ground shipping is $9.95.  Most items can be returned within 90 days for the option of either store credit (no fee and includes free U.S. shipping on your next order – basically like an exchange) or a refund to your original payment method ($6 return shipping & restocking fee). Everlane returns are also accepted via brick & mortar Happy Returns locations (enter your zip code here to find one nearby) for an immediate refund and no return fee. I had never heard of this before, but it seems like an awesome service!

Canada, Hong Kong, the EU (except Switzerland), Australia, and China – Orders over $100 ship free. For orders under $100 it’s a flat fee of $15, and for all other international countries it’s a flat fee of $25.

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The waffle cashmere crewneck I’m wearing also comes in a turtleneck version – see fit photo below!

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Everlane waffle cashmere turtleneck xxs (mock neck folded down halfway in the right photo)

Thank you to Everlane for partnering on this post.

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46 Comments

  1. I tried the first iteration of Everlane jeans (the ones made out of Japanese denim with no stretch) and felt they were a little baggy around the knees for a petite. (Reviewed it in detail.) Not a dealbreaker, but not ideal. They were probably cut for a taller person wearing them as ankle jeans rather than actually for a petite person. I feel like a lot of their bottoms don’t work on a petite frame, so I’m glad these Authentic Stretch ones look great on you!

    Posted 11.1.18 Reply
  2. jo wrote:

    hi jean! wondering if you’ve tried everlane’s outwear and whether it is a petite-friendly option or not..

    thanks!:)

    Posted 10.28.18 Reply
  3. jo wrote:

    hi jean, have you tried any of everlane’s outwear? i’m wondering if it is petite-friendly.

    thanks 🙂

    Posted 10.28.18 Reply
    • Kate wrote:

      Hi Jo,
      I’m not Jean, but I am 5’1″ and I just got their ReNew long puffer coat and it fits great! I got the XXS and it hits me right at the knees. I also own the swing trench, and that fits well too.

      Posted 11.8.18 Reply
  4. Kate wrote:

    Thank you so much for this review! I had tried the plain Everlane skinny jeans already and was disappointed with the fit, but I’ve been eyeing the stretch denim for a while now. Being able to see photos of how these jeans fit and knowing we have similar measurements has convinced me to try a pair!

    Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  5. Thosejeans fit so well on you!! Its so hard for me to find a pair of jeans that are short enough on me:( I always end up cutting them

    Posted 10.25.18 Reply
  6. Jan wrote:

    Have you tried the high waisted ankle ones? How does that compare, is it too high waisted for petites?

    Posted 10.24.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Jan, I have not, but based on the measurements of the rise and how the “mid rise” style fits on me, I think the high rise would be too high for my own personal preferences. I compared Everlane’s mid rise to some of my jeans at home and it’s pretty close to some styles from other brands labeled “high rise.”

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  7. Georgia wrote:

    If you are Jean’s size, petite and slim, check out my favorite jeans now on major sale, made in USA down to the indigo plant dye:

    here: https://www.luckybrand.com/made-in-l.a.-lucky-pins-high-rise-jean-in-stark/191671430507.html

    There’s a review for size 25 here:

    https://petitepicks.wordpress.com/

    Posted 10.24.18 Reply
  8. Jessie wrote:

    Hi Jean! Would you do a review of MM LaFleur in the near future?

    Posted 10.23.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Jessie! I tried on select pieces a long time ago and they were pretty shapeless on me (more conservative than I personally like to dress), however I’ll have to give their latest styles and sizing another try sometime!

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  9. Hi Jean!

    What a lovely outfit! You look great BTW. Grey on grey is my favorite combination for fall. I put together a similar outfit like this one last year and got so many compliments. This year I’ll probably add a cute pair of heels like yours. Thanks for the idea.

    Thank you for sharing! Hope your sweet little family is doing great. Sending baby Nori love. 🙂

    Posted 10.23.18 Reply
  10. Zee wrote:

    Dear Jean,

    We have just moved north from the deep South. You always seem to have the most practical but cute outfits! Do you have any suggestions for reasonably priced cute low heel/flat snow booties or snow boots that won’t slip on ice? Thanks so much!

    Posted 10.22.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Zee – welcome to the chilly North! In the winter, I usually wear Sorel boots ( heavier weight but also heavier and bulkier in general), Sperry duck boots (a little more streamlined than Sorel but not usually super warm), or I wear my rubber Hunter tall boots with fleece socks inside. However no matter what boots I wear, the tips of my toes still get cold after time so I rely on disposable toe warmer packs to stick inside my shoes if I’m going to be outside for a while.

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  11. Brae wrote:

    Love the nude pumps. Are they Ann Taylor? If not, what are they? Would love to see a post sometime soon on pumps for work like these, along with fit and heel height…I’m 5’0″ but need to wear these things 24/7 and comfortable, professional style is a must!

    Posted 10.21.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Brae – yes they are! I got them a while back though, unforutnately – wish they’d bring back the same style.

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  12. Sam wrote:

    Hi Jean,
    You look beautiful as ever.
    I love love your purse. Can you please share where did you buy it? I’d like to buy one too.
    Thanks much!
    Sam

    Posted 10.21.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Thank you, Sam! It’s the Prada Cahier crossbody bag. I got it at Neiman Marcus a while ago.

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  13. Merav Shoham wrote:

    Hi Jane, Can you share more details about the bag? its gorgeous!

    Posted 10.21.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Thank you! It’s called the Prada Cahier crossbody bag

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  14. Julia wrote:

    Love your looks! Where did you get the heels from the first look?

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      THank you! THey are Ann Taylor but an older style.

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  15. Maureen wrote:

    I have heard of Everlane but personally have not tried them. I love the grey jeans as it is a nice alternative to blue denim. It looks really soft and stretchy which is a nice plus.

    Maureen | http://www.littlemisscasual.com

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  16. Briana wrote:

    Such a killer look! Definitely a great look for Fall, cannot wait to start wearing more sweaters!

    Briana
    https://beyoutifulbrunette.com/

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  17. This sweater looks soooo cozy – perfect for the fall! <3 🙂

    XO, Elizabeth T.
    http://clothestoyouuu.com

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  18. Maria wrote:

    I love it!
    Where are the boots from?
    Great look!

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Maria, they are Sole Society boots

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  19. You look great in grey! Love, Lieske

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  20. Anika May wrote:

    Love this look! I haven’t tried anything from Everlane before but this jumper looks so cosy 🙂

    Anika | anikamay.co.uk

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  21. Mireia wrote:

    Cashmere sweaters are a must!

    Mireia from TGL
    https://thegoldlipstick.com/

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  22. Gorgeous!

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  23. I love the way the sweater fits, Jean! I don’t have anything from Everlane but I might just go check out the site now 🙂 Thanks for the recommendation! Stay pretty! ❤️❤️

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  24. Teresa wrote:

    Just fyi, “Cashmere has the highest impact environmentally out of all the raw materials we use in our production chain – roughly 100 times the environmental impact of wool.”
    Kudos to Everlane for being transparent about their factories, but as consumers let’s go the extra step by purchasing sustainable textiles.
    Stella McCartney’s line has “ceased to use virgin cashmere in our knitwear collections. Instead, we are now using regenerated cashmere made from post-factory waste in Italy.” https://www.stellamccartney.com/experience/en/regenerated-cashmere

    Jean, I’d love to hear your reviews on Vetta Capsule. They sell sustainable and ethically made stylish clothes.
    https://www.vettacapsule.com/

    Posted 10.20.18 Reply
  25. Lisa wrote:

    You look fabulous in everything and I really love your fashion advice for petites! You do such a great job at putting together trendy outfits especially proportioned for petites and I’ve learned a lot, and bought many items you model! Are your nude shoes still available? Are they Ann Taylor? Many thanks to you Jean!

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Lisa! Thanks so much for the kind words. Yes the shoes are AT – good eye! Sadly they are no longer available, but they usually have a semi-similar style in tan suede available.

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  26. Christine wrote:

    Huge everlane fan! I’ve been trying to limit my shopping the past two years to high quality, sustainable and ethically made things that I love. Most things I’ve bought have been from them! Their denim is great and priced so well, and I’m slowly collecting tees from them too. I’ve been eyeing the waffle knit cashmere…it might be my (early) Christmas gift to myself!!

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Christine, that’s great to hear and thank you for the tip on their tees!

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  27. Sindy wrote:

    The gray looks beautiful on you. It really compliments your rosy features and looks so warm and cozy! I’ve checked out their cashmere waffle sweaters on their website but don’t know how they feel to the touch. Does the everlane cashmere feel itchy to you? Do you think a petite lady (5’2 117lbs, 34C bust) should get the xxs or xs for perfect slightly loose fit (not oversized, not tight)? Many of my sweaters are either too loose in the body or too tight on the sleeves. I would love the drapey look on you!

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Sindy, I found a few styles in the $100 lightweight cashmere to feel a little itchy, but did not have that problem with the waffled texture cashmere. It’s a tough call but I might suggest the XS for you to get that draped-casual look!

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
  28. Love ♥️ the sweater look … beautiful!

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
  29. I love cashmere so incredibly much. Also, these pictures are amazing! That grey sweater looks SO comfy and cosy for the colder seasons! Everlane sounds amazing.

    Happy Friday!
    Michael
    https://www.mileinmyglasses.com

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
  30. Leslie wrote:

    Hi Jean, can you do a tutorial on this ponytail? My ponytail always droops and sags, thanks to the heavyweight and stick straight hair.

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Leslie – I struggle with the sagging ponytail as well. I tie the elastic super tight to hold it up, but the downside is it can cause hair breakage more easily so a lot of times I’ll wear a low pony or low bun instead for the sake of my hair.

      One other trick I had a hairstylist use once to help a high pony stay better, is to separate your high ponytail into two sections (ie one section around the crown of your head) and secure each section using an elastic and then combine both together.

      Posted 10.27.18 Reply
      • Betty wrote:

        I was going to ask the same question – thank you for all of the tips, Jean! My hair is stick straight and I have a hard time styling it! I also just watched your hair curling tutorial and will have to try that as well!

        Posted 5.5.19 Reply
  31. Ronnie wrote:

    just ordered mine! xo

    Posted 10.19.18 Reply
    • LILY wrote:

      They are having a one day only sale today on all jeans, only $50 each!

      Posted 11.7.18 Reply

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