Hey friends! As it turns out, I own a lot of Everlane clothes. My introduction to the then-young company came a little over three years ago from a now defunct blog. I was looking for some t-shirts that were better than the Old Navy ones I kept buying. At about $20 bucks a pop, plus the promise of ethical manufacturing practices, Everlane turned my head. Needless to say, I loved my t-shirts (the very first ones I ordered were the u-neck – and I’m still wearing them). Today, I am excited to be able to help promote this company I have come to love.
Their styling is so very often spot on and I love the way they impact the fashion industry with their forward-leaning designs. But even more importantly, I believe Everlane is a major player impacting the fashion industry for good. With their practice of market-disrupting transparency, they help bring the conversation of ‘where it’s made’ to the forefront. They played a big part in my awareness of the need for change in the garment world, and I suspect I’m not the only one.
I am thankful to be able to partner with this great brand. They often send me items to review, with no requirements nor any strings attached, leaving me free to share how I see fit. Over the last few years I’ve tried out many of their items, from cashmere, to outerwear to cotton t-shirts. Today, I am so very excited to share with you a collection of my very favorite Everlane items I’ve pulled together – from dresses to shirts to shoes. I hope you enjoy it.
Thank you for the love and support you’ve shown me on this blog! Cheers to your quest in ethical fashion, let’s keep leading each other on!