Everlane Alpaca, ReCashmere & Cashmere Sweater Review

Everlane Sweaters Review

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.

I have three different Everlane sweaters in consistent rotation: their Cashmere Crew, ReCashmere Crew and Alpaca Oversized. Overall, I would say that they are solid sweaters, depending on what you are looking for. I made a comparison table below, that you’ll hopefully find helpful.

Everlane Sweater Comparison

Sweater TypeCompositionWeightFitItchPrice
Cashmere Crew100% CashmereThinnerFittedMinimal$100 
$75 in current sale through March 29
ReCashmere Crew60% Recycled Cashmere, 40% MerinoMediumSomewhat FittedMinimal$95
Alpaca Oversized Crew
(worn here)
60% Alpaca Wool, 30% Nylon, 10% WoolThick (but light)OversizedSlight$95

Of the three styles, I wear my 100% Cashmere Crew Sweater the most. I like the classic fitted style, especially in the arms, and the fact that it doesn’t stretch out and get saggy throughout the day. This is most similar to J.Crew’s Tippi Sweater, which I used to wear a lot back in the day. 

The only downside is that it’s a bit thin, as you can see from the stacked photo and from their model photos. But, I can’t complain too much and it’s not a fair comparison to my other cashmere sweaters that cost $200+. So I would say that the $75 sale is a great time to buy one if you are interested.

The 100% cashmere sweater edges out the ReCashmere one slightly – only because it has a softer feel with its composition. The ReCashmere definitely wears and feels more like a regular, 100% merino wool sweater – which is still very comfortable but not nearly as cozy.

Partnership Disclosure: This blog post was not sponsored by any of the brands listed above. As always, all opinions are my own. This post may contain affiliate links, in which I earn a commission on purchases.


Im Kristy, a marketer based in sometimes-sunny San Francisco ⛅ This is my personal blog, where you will find my random musings, in-depth reviews, and latest sewing endeavors.




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