If you’ve been following my blog, then you know I haven’t had much success with Everlane shoes because they run too narrow for my wide-ish feet. So, I was thrilled to hear about the new Editor Heel, which Everlane says runs on the big side. I just happen to be in the market for a smart pointy toe kitten heel.
In September, Everlane started selling jeans, which makes a lot of sense for a brand known for basics. It’s a wardrobe staple a lot of us can’t live without. But it took them two years to source a factory for their denim because they were searching for an environmentally-friendly factory.
Here are all my Everlane reviews in one post — organized by category and by item, alphabetically.
Everlane’s Modern Point Flat is a classic loafer, but with the twist of a slim pointy toe. It has a three-quarter inch stacked heel. Sleek and chic, they seem like the perfect pair of flats for an office.
It’s T-shirt weather, even for a few days here in San Francisco, so I thought I’d review some tees by Everlane. I’ve had these shirts for almost a year and a half, so I’ll show you how they’ve held up.
Today is Earth Day, so I thought I’d share about my favorite reusable bag: BAGGU. Because I live in California (and specifically, the San Francisco Bay Area), I was indoctrinated into carrying a reusable bag early on.
Everlane’s Nubuck Street Shoe is made of soft nubuck leather with a leather lining. I was drawn to the look of the Street Shoe. With its slightly pointed toe, it’s like a chic and sophisticated Vans.
A look at Everlane’s new Pocket Tote and how it compares to the Twill Zip Tote. I have a bit of an preoccupation with finding the right bag. Not only does it need to be good looking and practical, but as someone who spends a fair amount of time on public transit and on foot, it also needs to be lightweight.