First was the bodysuit.
… then came the cashmere sweater and the button down shirt followed suit.
I’d say half of my Everlane clothes have been great.
Considering half these past purchases were great, I was like “what about Everlane’s t-shirts?”
Last fall, I was scrolling through photos of Alexa Chung.
In one photo, she was wearing a baby blue sweater, jeans, and mini Chestnut Uggs, and I was like that’s what my wardrobe has been missing…
… I mean, the baby blue sweater, not the Uggs.
I always thought Everlane was just a brand that only people in Silicon Valley are obsessed with, i.e. my boyfriend wears a ton of their clothes.
He has that typical tech guy style:
✅ No-logo button down shirt
✅ No-logo hoodie sweater
✅ No-logo khaki trousers
He looks adorable in Everlane, but I was always like ehhh.
… until I got my Everlane bodysuit and was blown away by its quality.
After seeing this lady on the street wearing the coolest outfit (with an untucked white shirt), I was hit with a “I need an oversized white shirt NOW” mania.
Writing about hosiery is boring.
Reading about hosiery is more boring.… but bear with me please.
Here’s the thing, there is a difference between affordable bodysuits and expensive bodysuits.
Like, affordable bodysuits can be better than expensive bodysuits.