Ready for another try-on, friends? Some of my forever closet pieces are Everlane (specifically this shirt in light blue, these “dream pants” and these barrel pants, in ivory). But after years of trying on Everlane clothing, I’ve learned that I cannot wear all Everlane in one outfit. Mostly Everlane? YES, but typically I like to pull in different shoes or jackets to keep the outfit feeling more eclectic like I love.
Everlane Try-On: What To Buy Right Now
That’s what I love about trying things at home; I can easily see how they fit with my favorite accessories, shoes, etc. But first up, here are my top 6 pieces to snag from Everlane right now — all things I’m personally keeping myself, or highly recommend.
- The Baggy Jean (Ricky Wash) – A great alternative to my (much pricier) rag & bone Featherweight jeans.
- The Felted Merino Half-Zip Sweater – The structure and collar on this are so good.
- The City Boot (Black) – The best shoe I tried.
- The Renew Anorak (Scarab) – Looks cute…but it’s functional (aka staves off the rain, covers your butt) and I wear mine all the time.
- The Felted Merino Waffle-Knit Scarf – Most giftable.
- The Re:Down Vest (Kalamata) – I didn’t see this in my first round of shopping, but it’s on its way to me now and it looks incredibly chic.
The Baggy Jean is amazing, friends. And you know how picky I am about jeans and waistbands these days. (Don’t be distracted by the rounded-toe boots I have on with them — I prefer a sneaker, Uggs or pointed-toe boots) because you need these jeans.
Why? They are alllmost as soft as my much pricier Rag & Bone Featherweight jeans I adore, but are just $128! Fit is TTS and they come in 2 additional washes, too. They’re awesome!
The structure and collar on this Felted Merino sweater are so good. I don’t know whether to recommend a solid or the stripe (outfit inspo at the bottom of the post) but you kinda can’t go wrong.
The soft merino has been washed and boiled, too, to hold up much better. That gives it the structure and while it’s not cashmere soft, it’s still merino soft!
This is quite warm so I’m on the fence about actually needing it at this juncture in my life, but if I didn’t already have some half zip sweaters this would be immediately in my closet. And I’m still thinking about keeping it…especially to wear with the chic puffer vest.
So sleek, friends. I loved these with a ton of pieces from the try-on.
I love this anorak. I’ve had it in pale blue for years now and you bet this PNW-er is keeping this gorgeous green. It’s lightweight, fits sweaters and sweatshirts underneath, looks cute but is functional (aka staves off the rain, covers your butt) and I wear mine all the time. Can’t wait to have this gorg fall color in rotation.
Honestly, anyone would love this Felted Merino Waffle scarf. It’s a keeper for me too because most of mine are looking worn at this point.
My most-worn scarf previously? Also from Everlane and it’s the single one that hasn’t worn out. That one is an older wool style in a rust, but this one is much softer and I love this Heathered Oat color. It’s the same felted merino as the sweater above so less piling and better longevity while still being soft. I love this thing. It comes in a few other pretty shades, too.
My Most-Worn Favorite: The Utility Barrel Pants
I have these in ivory (peep them here) and love them. One of my besties here wears her black pair all the time too and we always talk about how good they are.
They’re easy, cute and break in to fit your body kinda like jeans but they don’t stretch out and get baggy. TTS but they’ll feel a little snug at first. Or size up if you want a baggier fit.
This lovely rust shade is calling to me this fall. I like that this is darker than some of the shades I’ve seen and it works well with black boots. I have trouble getting black boots to work with anything lighter than this. I am so digging mixing warm and cooler shades this year, too, ie. the gray tweed blazer with tan top and rust pants. I feel like that’s a very late 90’s early 2000’s thing we’re repeating and I’m here for it.
If you’re taller or have a longer torso the Everlane sweater might be great for you, but I cannot get over how perfect the FP option is with most all of my pants and jeans. (Reminder, I’m 5’4″ with a shorter torso.)
Honorable Mention: The Lug Loafer
The other shoes are gorgeous, just not exactly my vibe with what I tried on. These loafers are really beautiful and if you’re looking for a lug sole loafer these are definitely worth your time and are very comfy at first try.
These Puffa Boots Have Me Intrigued
I definitely prefer a pointed toe boot with wide leg jeans, for me and my frame and style. These Puffa Boots were intriguing and if they’re your jam they are really well-made! I prefer them with the straight leg jeans on the outfit inspo at the top of the post, instead of with wide baggy or barrel leg pants.
Everlane Try-On: What I Skipped
Because they can’t all be winners…
This color of this sweater is SOOOO good. I’m gonna peruse and see if they offer it in another top (oooh the wrap sweater!) but the funnel neck is too long for my neck and the shape of the rest isn’t flattering. Perhaps sizing up would be better for this one? It looks more oversized on the site and I think that’s the way to go.
It looks so good under the coat though! This neutral combo of the plaid coat and pretty delft blue have me swooning and I honestly don’t really swoon heh. I don’t mind the pants with this but I think I’d probably go black or dark blue denim instead.
This Italian ReWool Long Peacoat Is…Almost Great?
Both of these coats below looked great on the site and look good in these pics, but there was just something about them that wasn’t quite right. I think maybe it’s the feel of the fabric versus the price point.
And maybe I should have taken time to steam them, but they came with creases which seemed odd to me for a heavy coat. Idk. But they look fab on the site and the cuts are so good. They are worth a try to see if they work for you.
This Italian Rewool Long Peacoat above is a lovely plaid but I think the collar was just too big for my liking, but those neutrals are phenomenal together.
The Italian ReWool Cocoon Coat: Almost Great? Pt. II
And as for the Cocoon Coat, I wanted to love it so much too but I think I should have gone with a Small. The color is pretty and pale and the texture look really cozy. It’s just not that soft.
And here’s a little outfit inspo featuring the vest I mentioned up top that is now on its way to me. Pretty sure this is the chic-est puffer vest around!
Until next time!
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