Everlane Dream Pant Review

asian woman wearing everlane cashmere turtleneck styled with everlane dream pant, j'adior slingback pumps and celine sangle bag

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With extended periods of time spent at home, there’s no denying that we’ve never quite appreciated loungewear as much as we have in recent times.  Our trusty companion for laying on the sofa binge-watching shows or curling up in bed with a good book & a cup of tea or working from home (or living at work…).

Everlane pants* (sz S), Everlane cashmere knit* (sz XS), Dior heels, Celine bag (pre-loved here, review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

And while I never would have thought of sweatpants as stylish, they’ve enjoyed a bit of a revamp thanks to current times.  And you can always rely on Everlane to deliver when it comes to everyday basics – they’ve risen to the challenge of creating loungewear that is both comfortable and polished.  

collage of woman wearing everlane dream pant with everlane turtleneck knit
everlane dream pant review

Everlane pants* (sz S), Everlane cashmere knit* (sz XS), Dior heels, Celine bag (pre-loved here, review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

I’m sporting Everlane’s Dream Pant in Dark Forest and the name speaks for itself – they really are a dream come true and these can be best described as tailored trousers that feel like sweat pants.  They’re made from a wrinkle-resistant fabric (a blend of cotton, modal and elastane) that feel soft to the touch. There’s an elasticated waist for comfort but the pintuck detailing down the leg and tapering give these pants a real polish. Aside from the Dark Forest version I’m sporting here, they come in a suite of smart hues (including black and charcoal) which make these a perfect candidate for relaxed workwear. 


In fact, they look so polished that I’ve even worn them to work styled with a pair of heels (and my colleagues were none the wiser about the fact that I was wearing sweat pants to the office!).  

I’ve got these in a size S and they fit me well.  I’m usually a size AU/UK 8-10 in bottoms (US 2) and the size S is very comfortable.  And if you like the look of these, there’s also a matching coat made in the same fabric – aptly called the Dream Coat.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

P.S. Lighter neutrals to navigate a return to the office and more of my reviews here.



  1. Lisa
    February 6, 2023 / 2:28 am

    Thanks for your review. Do you think these would be too warm for outdoors in Southeast Asia?

    • February 10, 2023 / 3:34 pm

      It depends on how warm I guess. Personally, I don’t wear these if the weather is going to over 25°C – unless I’m going to be in airconditioned places!

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