Edited to Add: Two years later, and I still love Everlane. I’ve written an updated Everlane review of 30+ pieces, including styling ideas and sizing tips right here! Don’t miss it if you’re thinking about placing an order. xo, Lindsey
Since my last Everlane review in February, my closet has gained a few new additions. Everlane is an online-only brand, known for radical transparency in their production of high quality basics. They let you see behind-the-scenes of their pricing and their factories. Apparently, being 30 weeks pregnant has not stopped me from trying to wear my favorite Everlane clothes. I’m still wearing a black drop shoulder tee and a white cotton v-neck tee, one size up. I finally had to retire my favorite silk shirt, although it worked all the way until 29 weeks pregnant. But a couple recent purchases still fit enough for me to snap some pictures to share!
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Boxy Striped Tee
This boxy tee is one of Everlane’s new arrivals that I was so excited to order. Even though I’m about 20 pounds in with this pregnancy, I decided to try it since popular pieces can sell out. In person, the tee is a heavier weight cotton, not see through at all. After I washed it, it still looked like new (unlike some lighter-weight striped tees I’ve bought at other stores). It has side vents and a longer hem in the back. The boxy fit is the only way this is working with my baby bump, so after the baby is born, it will have a little more swing. As much as I love it with these skinny jeans, wearing it in the spring with denim cutoffs at the lake sounds pretty perfect.
I also ordered the darker striped version, which works a little better for the fall. At first I was thinking I would only keep one, but after seeing how nicely they wash, I may keep both! What do you think? Which color do you prefer?
Chunky Wool Cardigan
I also stumbled on this chunky wool cardigan, which of course is pregnancy and nursing friendly. It’s a little hard to find on the Everlane site right now, so click HERE to go straight to it. Oh my goodness, this is the softest wool sweater I’ve ever tried on. It’s the perfect grandpa cardigan for a fall football game and winter hibernation by the fire. The seaming and length are super flattering. I also tried it in ivory, but found the color too yellow for my complexion. At the end of October, a few more chunky wool pieces are coming out, so check the Coming Soon page to get on a waitlist if you’d like.
So, would you shop at Everlane? Do you like online-only stores, or does the sizing make you nervous? What are your favorite Everlane pieces, if you’re a regular shopper? I’d love to hear!
If you have any questions I’m happy to answer in the comments. I was nervous the first time I ordered, but I’ve found the sizing to be really consistent over time – I always order my normal size, a small, except for ordering a medium in the silk blouses so they are drapey. For those pregnancy tees, I sized up to a medium. And returns/exchanges are simple and free, so don’t be afraid to try if you’re on the fence!