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Winter Capsule Outfit No. 43: Going Overboard

Winter Capsule Outfit No. 43: Going Overboard

Winter Capsule Outfit No. 43: Going Overboard Winter Capsule Outfit No. 43: Going Overboard

Remember how I talked about my love/hate relationship with Everlane?

This outfit is the perfect example.

As you guys know from my 10×10 wrap up post I’m back on the Everlane denim train. Now that I’m wearing these jeans as they are intended to be worn, I really do love them.

This sweatshirt?


I bought two sweatshirts from Everlane for this capsule and I haven’t really loved either one of them. The fabric is just sort of stiff. I’m hoping that over time they will start to soften up, but until that point I’m going to move them to the workout/lounge-wear category.

It’s funny because I thought I wanted a bunch of sweatshirts in this capsule because my life is so casual right now, but I ended up going overboard.

As with anything, sometimes less is more. I should have just stuck with the blush sweatshirt that I already owned.

Oy vey. Always learning something right?

Outfit details:

Hoodie: Everlane

Boyfriend Denim: Everlane

Statement Shoe: Converse | Ethical Option

Bandana: Madewell

Tote: Madewell

Until next time,

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  • Reply Lo

    I went overboard with an Everlane sweatshirt last season, too, and even ended up returning it. I think they’re just so appealing in theory, because they look so comfy and cozy!

    February 9, 2018 at 1:46 pm
    • Reply Karin

      They really do! I’m curious about their new style they just released, but I’m going to hold off for now 😉

      February 19, 2018 at 8:27 am
  • Reply Susan Fahning

    Sweatshirts are far more difficult than we think they will be. The fabric has to be right, and the ribbing needs to walk a very thin line for me. Whynis n it you love the blush so much? (My current favorite is one I bought in Steamboat Springs when I visited Diana before she moved to Madagascar. Not only because of the memories, but it is the perfect weight, the ribbing is just the right tight/loose, and the rest of the fit hits every note. )

    February 9, 2018 at 5:25 pm
    • Reply Karin

      They really are! I do actually really love the blush sweatshirt, but it’s not an Everlane purchase. It’s a few years old from the Gap.

      February 19, 2018 at 8:28 am

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