Everlane end of year sale (includes my favorite jeans!)

everlane petite casual travel outfit with toddler

Everlane authentic stretch high-rise jeans 24 ankle on sale! (hems cut), sustainable fleece sweatshirt XS (runs small; under $50) c/o, baseball cap, leather slip ons (reviewed here)

Hope you guys are having a very merry holiday week! Nori enjoyed her first southern California Christmas with Lola and Lolo (grandparents in Filipino) and has been spoiled silly with good home cooking and all of Nick’s old toys and books. We snapped these photos right before cross country travel with a one year old who refused to nap the entire day, and they just about sum up how frazzled mama felt ; )

As post holiday sales are already in full swing, I’m partnering with Everlane to share their biggest sale of the year that just kicked off! They very rarely have promos, and this one includes a few good staple items that I’ve featured over the year. Shipping is free on orders with 2+ items, and they accept in person returns conveniently through Happy Returns bars across the country.

  • Authentic stretch skinny jeans in high rise or mid rise (see comparison pic below) in “washed black.” Possibly one of my most worn pieces of all time, these jeans just got marked down in the exact color that I own and love. They’re a durable, medium to thicker weight denim and get more comfortable with wear. They do not stretch out on me, but if it does happen, it just takes a machine wash and dry to get them back in shape. Whether you choose high or mid rise depends solely on personal preference – I have the high rise in size 24 ankle (waist is fitted on me with no gap) and I cut the hem a little shorter with scissors. After cutting, I just tossed into the machine washer and dryer to get a little frayed hem. If you’re on the shorter side and plan on cutting the hems, then it doesn’t matter whether you get ankle or regular length (I see some waist sizes are starting to sell out in certain lengths)
  • Texture cotton cable sweater – read my review. Thick, chunky knit sweater with a casual dolman cut that is still flattering on petite frames. Love the wide ribbing and cable knit detail on the sleeves.
  • Link stitch crewneck sweater – read my review. Another durable weight sweater on sale in a rich “rust” color. Compared to the texture cotton cable sweater above, this one is not as thick and drapes a little more fluidly as an everyday sweater. Length on this one is pretty petite friendly and good for half tucking into high waisted bottoms.
  • Tread leather sneakers – select colors are on sale (my pick is the Sand)! I’ve tried these on and they have a retro street-style yet modern feel ,and feel well made with a little more elevation than regular sneakers. Sizing wise, they run a little small in my opinion. I’m usually a 5.5 in sneakers and needed to size up to a 6 in the original first edition Treads (not sure if fit has changed). You can read more about Everlane Tread sneakers here, including the sustainability efforts surrounding production as well as customer reviews.
  • Japanese goWeave Essential Jumpsuit – Now this piece is too big for extra petite ladies even in size 00, but I tried it on after a lot of you expressed interest earlier this year. If you’re a few inches taller than me and can size down, this is a nice medium weight jumpsuit that moves fluidly. Note it is straight cut so there is no defined waistline unless you tie the sash belt.

everlane high rise vs mid rise jeans review petite

On Sale! Everlane authentic stretch skinny jeans 24 Ankle in mid rise (left) vs. high rise (right; hems cut 1″ by me). The measurements of both are listed out in this blog post

This fleece sweatshirt is a newer arrival (not on promotion) and is made almost entirely of recycled materials. It is very petite friendly and runs small, so definitely size up if you’d like a more casual fit! The xxs was actually too shrunken fit on me so I took an xs, which is a comfortable but still slim and semi cropped fit on me. These have a coordinating fleece pant if you want to go all out cozy! I tried them on and while an xxs fit me at the waist, I would’ve preferred it if the bottoms were elastic banded like a jogger pant style versus straight cut. The straight cut would look better cropped, and they were a full length pant on me.

everlane sale sustainable petite skinny jeans

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  1. Hoa Kim Nguyen wrote:

    Cute outfit! I purchased the Everlane jeans you posted on here and I also like my jeans to be above my ankles. How many times did you have to put it in the dryer for the frayed hems? Did you do anything else other than just simply cutting it and putting in the dryer? TIA!

    Posted 3.10.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi! I literally just cut with scissors and only needed to wash and dry them once afterward for a slight fray to develop like in these photos. With subsequent washes it might fray a little more.

      Posted 3.11.20 Reply
  2. Anonymous wrote:

    What’s the brand of this pink shoes?

    Posted 1.19.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      The M.Gemi sneakers? They are linked under the first photo : )

      Posted 1.19.20 Reply
  3. Becky C wrote:

    Thank you so much for posting these Everlane finds. I hadn’t purchased any items from Everlane before seeing your post. Since then I have the crewneck and cable sweater, and a couple pairs of jeans. I love the way the clothes look and feel, very high quality! Thank you!

    Posted 1.17.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Amazing to hear. Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback, Becky!

      Posted 1.19.20 Reply
  4. Nicole wrote:

    Thank you for the heads up on the sale. Last week I ended up purchasing one of the sweaters you reviewed.

    Posted 12.30.19 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hope you liked the sweater, Nicole!

      Posted 1.19.20 Reply
  5. Great picks!


    Posted 12.30.19 Reply
  6. Book Worm wrote:

    @Jean – Have u ever done a post on ski outfits? Im about your size and have trouble finding snow pants that are not a mile long.
    I’d be very keen to see your finds.

    Posted 12.29.19 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      So sorry for the late reply , I just saw this! Unfortunately I have zero knowledge in this area so am not much help.

      Posted 1.19.20 Reply
  7. mary wrote:

    nori is so cute. are you going to do a 2019 favorites blog post? those are the best!

    Posted 12.28.19 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Mary! Yes I love working on those … it’ll be up soon. Hope you are having a wonderful holiday season and thanks for following along over so many years! xx

      Posted 12.28.19 Reply
  8. Aww these photos are sooo adorable <3 🙂 Hope you all enjoyed your holiday week too! Love all of these Everlane picks!

    XO, Elizabeth T.

    Posted 12.27.19 Reply
  9. Gold Lor wrote:

    I always have an issue with black pants fading a bit. How do these hold up?

    Posted 12.27.19 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      These are already a faded black wash! So if you’re looking for pigmented dark black jeans, these would not be it. I wash these inside out and haven’t had much more color loss though.

      Posted 12.28.19 Reply
      • Trushna wrote:

        Do these jeans ( Authentic stretch skinny ) loose or tighten after wash . I can’t decide between size 23 vs 24 . Fabulous style !

        Posted 1.25.20 Reply
    • Cindy Chan wrote:

      I put vinegar in my colored clothing laundry load to prevent fading

      Posted 12.31.19 Reply
  10. Eli wrote:

    OMG!! Your kid is so cute!!
    And I love those jeans 🙂
    have a nice day!

    Posted 12.27.19 Reply
  11. Such a cozy outfit!

    Posted 12.26.19 Reply

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