My blog is definitely not lacking in Everlane content and reviews, so I thought I would gather them all together and make this a post containing links to all my Everlane related reviews. Now, any one who has stopped on this blog before will know that I am a huge Everlane fan. They make the best basics and what’s not to love about their ethical factories, transparency and modern designs. A big part of the content I create is centred around styling these modern basics. So expect to come back and see lots of Everlane updates and reviews. If you would like to see these items visually, please click onto my Youtube channel (where you will find lots of Everlane content).
Frequently asked questions
I am an AU size 6 or a US 2 or a 34 when it comes to European sizing. However, my normal Everlane size is always a XXS or a 00 (90% of cases). If the fit is quite slim, I go for a 0 or a XS. Overall, I size down. For reference in all these photos, I am 160cm, 5’3 and ~47-50kg. For shoes, always always always, size up. I go up a full size because I have wide feet but if you have normal feet still go up a half size. They run very narrow on all the shoes I’ve tried.
Overall Thoughts on the Brand
I very rarely have anything negative to say about Everlane. However, there are quite a few items that I’ve had to get tailored due to sizing. It’s not that it doesn’t fit, it’s just that Everlane is more suited to slim, tall girls. For example, with camisoles, I need to get the straps shortened for them to be wearable. On pants, I often need to get them shortened (a lot) for them to fit as they were made.
As a whole, they are great for basics when you’re looking for natural materials and beautiful textures.
Youtube Everlane Content
None of these reviews are sponsored in any way 🙂 However, I do drop my referral code that Everlane gives out to every customer! Because I like to review Everlane items, I do make quite a few purchases and would really appreciate if first time customers could use my code to help my wallet out 🙂 x