Everlane is one of my favorite companies for denim. I have been shopping with them for a few years now and am very pleased with everything they offer. I really appreciate that not only do they practice sustainability, but they also are transparent in their pricing. On the Everlane website, they offer a break down of the pricing of each item.
The Everlane jeans I have are ones that I consistently reach for each time and it is the first place I go to shop for a new pair. These are the reasons why:
- Sustainability and Pricing: As explained above
- Fit: Everlane has been a reliable source for their fit. They show the items in both the smaller and larger sizes so you can see what the item looks like on different body types. I have been a size 29 consistently across their various fits. With my curvy body type (wider hips and bubble butt) it can be hard to find jeans that fit my body type comfortably and consistently. Everlane offers various lengths and works for different body types.
- Quality: Like I previous stated, I have been wearing Everlane jeans for a few years now. I have been wearing those same usually on a weekly basis. The quality is still the same as the day I bought it even after multiple wears and washes. The pants still fit the exact same after all this time. There are no holes or wearing away like some lower quality denim can do. They were built to last and have lasted.
- Price: These jeans are all pretty much under $100. I know that denim can be very expensive. For the quality and reliability you get with the jeans, the price is well worth it. Spending $90 on a pair on something that you can wear several times for several years is a great deal!
With all this being said, I recently picked up their new way-high color jeans. These pants fit with a straight leg and sits high on the waist, think near the belly button. They remind me of a pair of chinos but with a denim fabric. They come in several colorways such as a yellow, purple, or green that are all beautiful spring colors. They also come in the standard blue denim colors as well. They fit great in the waist and in the leg. Personally, I don’t like when my jeans are too tight in the leg. Some skinny jeans are just too skinny for my liking, I prefer having a touch of room and these offer just that! They are comfortable for all the activities I do with the kids and all the chasing around I have to do.
I really love the green color. It is a beautiful sage color that is versatile enough to match with so many things. I am also really loving the purple and yellow as well. They aren’t bright and bold but soft and subtle. The colors aren’t too “trendy” but something that can still be classic and last for years because of how easy it is to pair them. You can see below the different ways to pair these jeans below.
- White tee: Nothing is more versatile than a plain white tee. I really love this JCrew one that I recently purchased (last seen here). It is so comfortable and has the perfect fit! You can wear it alone with a pair of sneakers and even a baseball hat. It is the perfect outfit for running some errands.
- Green puff sleeve tee: I have really been into wearing the monochromatic looks. With a monochromatic outfit, the colors do not have to match perfectly for it to look nice. This cute Gap tee will be a great spring option but add some femininity to the look.
- Floral blouse: With spring on the horizon I am starting to incorporate those floral prints into my day to day style. I really love this JCrew floral blouse. The tie waist is such a fun detail that will be flattering. Plus, you can’t go wrong with a Liberty print. I love the spring colors of this one.
- White linen top: Linen is one of those fabrics that are a summer must-have. It is so breathable and light. I recently paired it over the white tee for an extra layer. You can wear it alone with the jeans or wear it over a tee or even a striped top for a pop of sass!
- Green sweater: This sweater is another great option for the monochromatic look, however it is a piece you can wear now during the cold weather. It looks slightly cropped so you might even want to layer it over a button down or tee if you don’t like the cropped look alone.