I received these shorts a few months ago, prior to the information that came out about Everlane’s toxic culture, which now has a subsequent NYTimes follow-up. I promised to review them, and I will. However, I’ll also discuss my view on their culture and steps moving forward at the end of this post.
While we are already in August (seriously, how?!), there are still plenty of warm days left in the season and early fall. As mentioned in my prior Easy Chino post, I’ve been slowly swapping my older (and much shorter) shorts for versions with a slightly longer inseam. I am obsessed with my easy chino shorts and wear them 3x a week – so I was interested in trying Everlane’s denim options as well, given my good experience with their authentic stretch jeans.
Today, I will be reviewing two styles that are somewhat similar: The Denim Short and The Cheeky Denim Short.
Above: Everlane Easy Chino Short (c/o), Everlane Silk Tank, Rothy’s Knot Sandal, Everlane Lunchbox Bag (c/o)
With summer and warmer temps officially upon us, it was time for a small wardrobe refresh. Though I haven’t been out of the house except for our weekly grocery run and a take-out run here and there, I still find myself “dressing up” for WFH each day. However, the hot weather, and our reluctance to use our AC, meant a pair of comfortable, WFH-appropriate shorts were in order. I received a pair of Everlane’s Easy Chino Shorts just in time for a review, along with their newest handbag addition, the Lunchbox Shoulder Bag.
Above: Top to bottom – Everlane ReCashmere, Everlane 100% Cashmere, Naadam, Mott & Bow, Everlane Alpaca Oversized
Though we’re well into spring, the weather has still been chilly here so I’ve been making full use of my sweaters while WFH. Everlane is currently running a sale on their cashmere sweaters which are normally an affordable $100 and are now only $75. I figured this would be a good time to share my experiences with their various sweaters thus far.
Everlane’s denim line is not new – they launched their first pair of jeans a little over two years ago. I decided to finally give it a try when I was in need of replacing a pair of (you guessed it) black skinny jeans. To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect, as I’ve previously been disappointed with jeans from similarly wallet-friendly brands like UNIQLO.
I stopped by the Everlane store to try on a few different styles and sizes, ultimately deciding on the Authentic Stretch High Rise Skinny. While they didn’t have every color and size in store, I was able to get a good sense of fit before purchasing online. Now that I’ve worn them for a few months, I wanted to review them here for those who are interested in Everlane denim.
Though I wrote this review a month ago, I never got around to posting. I figured this is good timing as a distraction, and with Everlane’s current $50 denim sale!
Everlane’s recent Court Sneaker addition to their Tread line was perfectly timed with my search for a neutral low-top, lace-up sneaker. As much as I love my Allbirds Tree Breezers, I was looking for something that could be dressed up in addition to being worn casually. Here’s my review after a week of testing out the new Everlane Court Sneaker!