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It’s no secret that the most worn basics in my wardrobe are from Everlane. I’ve been fortunate enough to have a long-running relationship with them where each month, they send over a few new-in pieces for me to try out and share with you as I see fit. (And for transparency, my partnership with Everlane isn’t paid – I’m still working on that! – but I do receive a small commission if you make a purchase using my links, at no extra cost to you, as is common practice for most bloggers. Think of it as a small recognition from the retailer to the blogger for introducing you to the product!)
This month, I received four new pieces and I wanted to share a mini try-on as they’re currently available for sale. I really love the transitional season – particularly Autumn – with cosy knits and lightweight jackets. It’s always a bit of a giggle to receive pieces for the opposite season that I’m experiencing but thankfully, the random Sydney weather has meant that I’ve been able to make some use out of these pieces that totally make sense in the current Northern Hemisphere weather!
So let’s get into it:
There’s nothing better than a cosy knit jumper and this is the perfect balance between relaxed and refined. I’ve actually got this jumper in the light blue (see here) and I’ve made so much use out of it! So when I saw that it was being released in this muted plum shade colour, I had to try it out too.
The knit is cut to an oversized fit (without sitting too long or being too billowy on the sleeves) and it’s the finer details that make it luxe. It’s made out of an extra-fine merino wool (certified by the Responsible Wool Standard) that has been washed and treated for a more durable feel.
Size wise, I went with an XS and it’s the perfect size for me.
#2 – ReWool Peacoat
Next up, is this ReWool peacoat, which just so happens to be the textbook definition of “Autumn jacket”. The shade is called ‘maple’ (because, Autumn… duh!) and it’s a deliciously oversized boxy fit pea coat, complete with notched collar that looks great when worn with the collar popped (to make Usher proud) and to keep you nice and toasty.
Aside from the fact that it’s a stylin’ piece, the jacket is made predominantly from recycled wool as part of Everlane’s ReWool range. It’s worth noting that the texture is not as soft as virgin wool but is an ideal fabric for what I would consider to be an off-duty jacket like this one.
Size wise, I’m wearing a size XS. The arms are a tad long, so I’ve folded them underneath. I could have probably sized down to an XXS but I like having the additional room to layer when worn during the cooler months.
#3 – Mary Jane Loafer
I popped these loafers on my stories last week and I received SO many questions about them! These have to be my pick of the items that I received this month – they’re such a playful and fun loafer – and a great nod to the 90s! I’ve been wearing these non-stop since I received them. Aside from the fact that they look good, they’re also very comfortable – as is to be expected from Everlane’s shoes. They feature a 100% leather upper and additional foam padding making these comfy from the get-go – no break in time required.
Size wise, I stuck with my usual US 6.5 (I’m an AU 6.5 / EU 37). There’s an adjustable buckle closure making these easy to pop on as well.
Behold the Grandpa cardi – but make it chic! This cardi features an exaggerated collar, slight blouson sleeves and a cropped, boxy shape – it’s like a big warm hug. While the style is quite relaxed, it’s dressy enough to style for the office, particularly when worn with slim trousers or jeans. The knit is made from an extra-fine merino wool that has been treated for a softer and durable feel.
I took a size XS and it’s the ideal size for me.
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