Since several of you have expressed interest in more responsibly sourced clothing options, I’m excited to continue partnering with Everlane as one of their ambassadors this summer! I’m a fan of the company mission and have been very happy with some staples I’ve found over the past year. This partnership allows me to try and share fit info about their latest arrivals, and hopefully save some of you time in the online ordering & returns process! Here’s 5 pieces from my recent try-ons that I wanted to highlight:
Fit: TTS, fitted in the torso and longer midi style in length.
This new arrival comes in 3 colors, and is made of a 100% cotton, medium weight textured material. I’ll be getting this shortened to below my knees but wanted to show the original hem here. Aside from length, this dress fits TTS and very well in the torso on me thanks to a few little features! There’s 3 hidden button hole settings at the back of each shoulder strap (see close up photo below) so the straps can be adjusted in length. The back torso is elasticized for a comfortable fit, and there’s a removable sash belt to cinch in the waist. There are also pockets which is pretty much a must for me these days. Note, the button down front is sewn shut so it doesn’t unbutton.
Fit: TTS, petite-friendly.
A new arrival this week! I pulled these on and immediately thought they make great “mom shorts.” Lightweight with pockets and an elastic waist, these feel like they’d be comfy for all day wear and the length is good for running / bending after little ones. A 00 fit well at my higher natural waist, and you can pair a silk cami or tank in a similar color as the shorts, to create a jumpsuit-like effect.
Fit: TTS, petite-friendly and nursing friendly.
From their “Choose what you pay” summer event, this is made of their signature GoWeave fabric and is medium weight with a smooth finish. This is a piece that can be dressed up for work (I’d do a wider black waist belt and pointed flats) or down with sneakers. The fit of a 00 on me is pretty good all around, and hits right at my knees. There’s a string belt that you can tie in either the back or front to make the waist a little more fitted. and the buttons are functional so this nursing friendly!
The sale olive color IMO would best be suited on someone with either lighter or darker skin tone than me so there’s more contrast. This same dress also came in two new arrival colors, black and a pretty dusty blue.
Fit: Runs small, especially for those who typically wear sizes 5 and 6.
I usually do not have luck with Everlane footwear, but actually really liked these fashion sneakers. They have a retro vibe yet come in fresh and modern colors. I’m usually between 5 and 5.5 and needed to size up to a 6 for these (the listing recommends going up 1 whole size if you typically wear size 5 or 6). They’re super cute in the blush and garnered some compliments from friends who are sneaker fanatics. As a few reviewers mentioned, I found the leather to be on the slightly stiff side and took some breaking in.
Fit: Generously cut. Best for ladies who are not petite, unless you have a very long torso.
This is probably the one item I got the most questions about last month, but unfortunately it’s best suited for someone average height or taller! The cropped length fit full length on me, which I typically don’t mind, but the crotch was too low on me and hit by my upper thighs. It’s too bad for petites, because the wider leg cut is flattering, the material felt wrinkle resistant and well-draping, and there’s pockets! Note the waist on this is straight cut and loose, unless you tie the detachable waist belt.
If there’s an Everlane piece you’ve been eying and are curious about fit / sizing, let me know!
Thank you to Everlane for partnering on this post. You can see my past Everlane posts here.