My Top Workwear Picks from Everlane

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For a while there, Everlane was one of those labels that you could only buy in the US. Sure, there were ways to acquire their pieces – including through those mail forwarding services. But when it ends up costing almost as much for postage than it does for the item – it becomes a little counterproductive.

Thank goodness Everlane heard the cries of its international fans and finally offered shipping to the rest of us.

For my fellow Australians, Everlane offers free shipping on your first order and free shipping for orders over $100 USD (that’s around $153 AUD). From its leather shoes to its wide range of knitwear, everything Everlane makes is a hit, so it’s no surprise that it’s garnered a loyal following.

I’ve recently added some Everlane pieces to my wardrobe – including these 40-Hour Flats, this statement coat and this cashmere mock neck knit – and they are fast becoming firm favourites in my rotation of workwear. The minimal aesthetic of their pieces makes them versatile enough to be styled for both work and weekend.

Keep scrolling to see my top 12 Everlane workwear favourites from their current collection that I’ve got my eye on.

Oversized double-breasted blazer and Oversized blazer

#1 – Houndstooth jacket

A double breasted oversized boxy jacket? Yes please. This oversized double-breasted version is right up my alley. The brown tones and the checked pattern are perfect for Autumn.

In terms of sizing, I wear a US 0 for their oversized pieces and would opt for a US 2 if it was a more fitted cut.

#2 – Oversized blazer

This long-line blazer would look perfect over a pair of black slacks or jeans on Casual Fridays. The grey menswear-inspired herringbone version is a modern twist on an old classic.

Italian GoWeave Classic Blazer and Silk Relaxed Shirt

#3 – Italian blazer

This is a bit of a given. This black blazer is a classic workwear staple and will serve you for years.

#4 – Relaxed silk shirt

A relaxed take on a classic staple. Polished and easy. I’m loving this french blue version.

Slim wool pants and Cashmere lantern sleeve knit

#5 – Slim wool pants

These navy cigarette pants look polished and effortless. They have a touch of stretch to provide a comfortable wear.

#6 – Cashmere lantern top

Cashmere wool has long been my favourite knitwear fabric. It’s cosy, soft and luxurious and Everlane offers a wide selection with an affordable price point. This on-trend subtle puff sleeve camel knit is both fabulous and functional.

everlane cashmere and workwear favourite
Cashmere fitted turtleneck and Cashmere boxy mock neck knit

#7 – Cashmere turtleneck

I live in cashmere turtlenecks during the winter months and love this cosy navy version.

#8 – Cashmere boxy mock neck

I’m lucky enough to own this piece myself and can vouch that it is the perfect shade of camel. I’ve long been a fan of high neck knits and loved the relaxed vibe the boxy cut gives. You can shop the camel knit here.

everlane workwear favourites
Boss Flats & Cashmere Tee

#9 – Boss flat

These pointed toe loafers are the epitome of effortless-meets-edgy. These black points only ever look expensive.

#10 – Cashmere tee

The coziest short sleeve tee ever. Perfect for office aircon.

everlane workwear favourites, 40 hour flat in taupe
Editor Heels in Chocolate Suede and 40 Hour Flat in Taupe

#11 – Editor heels

I’m pals with pointy shoes and these chocolate suede pumps have been on my radar for a while. I opt for mid-heels to the office to provide me with the comfort to wear them all day long.

Shop the other colours below:

#12 – 40 Hour Flat

One of the newest shoe releases from their collection, the taupe pair are my pick from their range of 40-Hour Flats. Check out my comprehensive review of the flats here.

And that rounds up my pick of Everlane workwear favourites. Thanks again for stopping by!

For full disclosure I did select and receive the Cashmere Mock Neck knit and the 40 Hour Flats as PR products from the brand, however I was under no obligation to post it or share a review. All thoughts are my own.


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