Outfits With Every Everlane Cashmere Knit I Own

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It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Everlane knits – their cashmere in particular.  I’ve relied on one too many of their cashmere sweaters to get me through months of working from home this year.

Everlane produces sweaters in a wide range of knit fabrics, from wool to cotton and alpaca, but personally, their range of cashmere stands out for me as it is so soft and luxurious. And while cashmere was once a fabric reserved for the elite with its historically high price tags, Everlane have made it much more accessible, without compromising on quality.  Apart from their recycled cashmere pieces, Everlane uses Grade-A cashmere in their knits which is the finest width (approximately 14 microns per hair).  

In this post, I’m going to be sharing with you all the Everlane cashmere styles that have formed part of my knit collection including style names, colour and sizing details. Be sure to scroll right to the end to find out what my top 3 styles are from my collection!

As for sizing, my experience with Everlane knits is that they fit true to size. I will almost always wear an XS but will sometimes opt for an S if I’m after a more relaxed fit.

So let’s get started.

Cashmere Crew 
(XS / Heathered Grey & Sage)

Cashmere knit* styled with Everlane pants*, Celine bag (review here), Dior slingbacks, Ray Ban sunglasses

ReCashmere Oversized Stroopwafel Turtleneck
(XS / Heathered Sand)

Everlane knit* styled with Nobody Denim jeans, Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Everlane boots* (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

ReCashmere Oversized Stroopwafel Turtleneck
(XS / Bone)

Everlane knit* styled with Nobody Denim jeans, Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Everlane boots* (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

Cashmere Turtleneck Dress
(XS / Oatmeal)

Everlane knit dress* styled with Gucci belt (review here), Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Everlane boots* (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

Cashmere Square Turtleneck
(S / Camel)
 

Everlane knit* styled with Everlane jeans* (review here), Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Dior slingbacks, Ray Ban sunglasses

Cashmere Square Turtleneck
(XS / Sage)

Everlane knit* styled with Everlane jeans* (review here), Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Dior slingbacks, Ray Ban sunglasses

Cashmere Henley
(XS / Black)

Everlane knit* styled with Everlane jeans* (review here), Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Dior slingbacks, Ray Ban sunglasses

Cashmere L/S Polo
(XS / Cinnamon)
 

everlane cashmere styles featuring cashmere long sleeve polo

Everlane knit* styled with Everlane jeans* (review here), Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Dior slingbacks, Ray Ban sunglasses

Cashmere L/S Polo 
(S / Canvas Tan – now sold out)

everlane cashmere knit long sleeve polo with western boots in light tan

Everlane knit* styled with Everlane jeans* (review here), Celine bag (review here, affordable dupe here), Everlane boots*, Ray Ban sunglasses

While it’s hard to pick favourites, if I had to narrow it down to my top 3 Everlane cashmere styles, it would be:

  1. Square Turtleneck – I love the neckline and the classic camel and sage shades that are part of my collection.
  2. Crew – a classic for a reason – it’s so versatile and one of my trusty winter work staples as well as a great layering piece.
  3. Turtleneck Dress – a chic A/W option and versatility in spades!

I hoped this was useful to any of you looking to add some cashmere knits to your wardrobe. Thanks for stopping by!

P.S. The wardrobe edits I made in my 30s and how to stay motivated when working from home.

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