The Best White T-Shirt: Everlane, Alternative Apparel & More

White Tee Showdown

Above: Mott & Bow Semi-Crop Noble Box Tee (c/o); Hudson Nico Jeans

Over the years, my work wardrobe has become more and more predictable. I mainly wear the same three items daily only slightly modified: white t-shirt, black jeans and flats or loafers. I’ve tried to spruce things up with a Rent the Runway Unlimited subscription or my shoe choice (like a colorful pair of Rothy’s or Birdies), but I more or less stick to the same.

Unsurprisingly, I’ve gathered quite a few white tees over the years and decided it was time to compare them to each other. Today, I’ll be reviewing:

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Quick Review: Everlane Day Glove Knit vs Rothy’s

Everlane Day Glove and Rothys

Above: Wearing Rothy’s loafer (left) with Pedag cotton insoles and Everlane ReKnit Day Glove flat (right)

I’ve been a huge fan of Everlane for a while – my first purchase was in 2012! – but while I have countless tees and bags from them, I’ve never tried any of their shoes. So I decided to take advantage of their conveniently located San Francisco store to try on the Day Glove in both the classic leather and new ReKnit styles. I was intrigued specifically by the knit fabric version, which looked comfortable and similar in fit to Rothy’s loafers (my review here).

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Allbirds Tree Breezers Flats Review: A Washable Flats Showdown

Allbirds Flats Review Cover

As a big fan of Allbirds’ tree loungers, reviewed here, I was excited to hear they had launched their own version of flats – the Tree Breezers. Knowing that by default they’d be extremely comfortable, I decided to a side by side test with Rothy’s, my other go-to washable flat.

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Everlane Form Bag Review: The Perfect Work Bag

Everlane Form Bag - How to Wear

As mentioned in my Polene Numero Un review – I’ve been on the hunt for a stylish non-tote work bag that doesn’t look like a laptop bag and isn’t the ubiquitous Longchamp Le Pliage. Not to knock on the Le Pliage, I have two of them and they are fantastic at hauling around a ridiculous amount of stuff.

The Polene bag didn’t work out as it was slightly too small to fit a 13” Macbook Pro. I was almost about to pull the trigger on the much much more expensive Celine Seau Sangle until I had the idea to check out Everlane.

Funny enough, I didn’t pay attention to the Everlane Form Bag when it first launched despite being a long-time Everlane fan. It wasn’t until I was manually browsing Everlane’s website that I stumbled upon it. I decided to buy and give it a try, as I’ve had good success with their leather goods over the years. I have an older first generation Petra tote that has lasted 7 years and is still going strong!

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Mott & Bow: An Honest Review

Mott & Bow An Honest Review

Note: These items were provided courtesy of Mott & Bow with no strings attached.

When the Mott & Bow team initially reached out to me, I was unfamiliar with the brand. I did a quick browse of their website and liked what I saw with their basics aesthetic in neutral colors. I decided to try out their Bond High Rise Skinny Jeans, Cashmere Raglan Crew and Boxy Semi-Crop Tee, which matches my standard outfit of black jeans with white or grey tops.

In this post, I’ll focus on the jeans and sweater styled above – more on the t-shirt in another post!

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