New in at Everlane: Sock Boots, Fleece, and Corduroy

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I’m going to keep this intro brief because I may go into labor at any point as I write this (if you’re new to my blog, I’m 38.5 weeks pregnant with a baby boy), and I want to make sure I’m able to hit publish and get this into your hands.

Why?

There have been SO many good releases this month and I wanted to give you a peek into what’s new at Everlane for September. I’m sharing the pieces that stood out to me the most, and I think you’ll love as well.

I’m still going to review each piece I have for you guys, but I’m going to do it in bullet list form. K?

Let’s get to it!

For your reference: my pre pregnancy size was a S/4 and I wear a size 9 Shoe… I’m 5’5″ and I weighed between 130-140 lbs.

Also, these pieces from Everlane were gifted (with the exception of the lantern top) so that I could provide this review for you. This post is not sponsored, but I do make a commission if you purchase something through the links in this post.

The Glove Boot ReKnit in Toffee, Size 9:

The Glove Boot comes in 5 colors (black, brown, white, red, and blue), sizes 5-11, and retails for $155.

Thoughts:

  • SO comfy. Soft, stretchy, but yet they hug your foot in a super supportive way. They are a true sock boot.
  • The heel is easy to walk in. It’s a nice stacked heel so it’s very supportive, and it doesn’t dig into your heel after a few hours of walking.
  • True to size, but if you want to wear them with thick socks then size up.
  • The ribbed detail on the fabric (which is recycled polyester) is a really nice touch. It makes them look more luxe than some of the neoprene versions I’ve seen out there.
  • The material is thick enough that I’m not worried about it stretching out.
  • These should fit a wide variety of ankle sizes because the fabric is stretchy. It stays snug, but there’s definitely room for the boots to give quite a bit.

The Silky Cotton Lantern Top in Golden Palm, Size 4

The Silky Cotton Lantern Top comes in 5 colors (off white, terracotta, yellow, black, and blue), sizes 00-16, and retails for $55

Thoughts:

First of all, this isn’t technically a new release, but I just got it in and loved it so I wanted to share.

  • The yellow color is a really pretty sunshine, golden color. It’s not mustard or a true bright yellow.
  • The balloon sleeve is a nice subtle version of the trend, and there’s a really pretty decorative seam, and pleating around the cuff that give the shirt a little bit more interest.
  • The v-neck should work for most bust sizes. It’s not too deep, but it’s deep enough to show off your collarbones. Plus you have the option to unbutton if you want a little more va va voom.
  • It hits me at about hip level. For long torsoed ladies, I would suggest ordering a tall because I am very short torsoed.
  • The sleeves hit about six inches above my wrists so it’s technically more of a 3/4 length sleeve.
  • The buttons are nice and thick so they shouldn’t chip or break.
  • It’s true to size. I ordered my normal size 4 and it fits perfectly.

The Corduroy Chore Jacket in Pink, Size XS

The Corduroy Chore Jacket comes in 3 colors (for some reason, my blush color is not currently on the website, but it comes in navy, off white, and a mustardy brown color), sizes XXS to XL, and retails for $75

Thoughts:

  • The jacket hits me right at my hips, and has a boxier fit.
  • The sleeves hit just below my wrists.
  • The corduroy is thin enough that the sleeves roll up easily, but it’s not thin enough to be considered a “shacket.” I would say it’s as thin as a lightweight denim jacket.
  • I like the monochrome buttons. It lends to a more minimal design which I appreciate.
  • It’s a medium width corduroy so the texture of the fabric really stands out, even from a distance.
  • I sized down to an XS, and the fit is perfect. If you want to fit bulkier sweaters underneath stay true to size.

Eco Teddy Fleece Liner in Oatmeal, Size XS

The Eco Teddy Fleece Liner comes in three colors (navy, oatmeal, and rust), sizes XXS-XL, and retails for $68.

Thoughts:

  • It has a boxier fit, and hits right at hip level.
  • The nice edging detail and monochrome buttons make it look a bit dressier than your average fleece jacket. It’s marketed as a liner, but I think it would be nice worn like a blazer type jacket.
  • It’s lightweight, but it is warm. It’s perfect for layering, but it would also work as a lightweight jacket in cooler weather.
  • It’s a thin fleece so it would work layered under a bulkier coat to lend extra warmth for those really cold days.
  • The sleeves are a bit long. They hit me right above my thumbs.
  • It has nice, big decorative pockets which I think really elevate the overall look of the jacket.
  • I sized down to an XS. Again, if you plan to wear bulkier sweaters underneath I would stay true to size.

In these photos I’m also wearing this dress from storq (gifted) (review here), a thrifted eileen fisher tunic, these maternity pants from Isabella Oliver (gifted), these sneakers from Everlane (gifted) (review here), and these earrings from Madewell.

And that’s it for this month! I hope you guys enjoyed this sneak peak into what’s new at Everlane for September… I also hope you guys are having an excellent September so far. Has the weather cooled down where you’re at? It definitely has for us and I’m here for it!

We’ll see if baby comes tonight. šŸ˜‰

To see the rest of my everlane reviews go here. I also have an Everlane denim guide which you can find here.

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Hi there! My name is Karin and I am a lifestyle blogger with a focus on mindful style, clean beauty, and joy filled motherhood. I hope you find some inspiration here!

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2 Comments

  1. Mallory
    September 18, 2019 / 10:33 am

    I keep checking in to find out when you have your baby! Haha.
    I like the idea of nice looking, warm liners. I have an old Uniqlo collarless lightweight quilted jacket that I use for the same purpose, and it really helps me carry some of my favorite fall jackets into early winter. This fleece one is cute.
    I love the idea of the chore jacket but sadly a boxy jacket that hits at the hip is not a good look on my 5ā€™2ā€ pear shaped frame. If they came out with a cropped version Iā€™d love it!

    • Karin
      Author
      October 3, 2019 / 5:11 pm

      I wish I would have had a liner like this when David and I traveled Europe 6 years ago! It would have been such a nice way to add a little warmth and still pack light! A cropped version would be really cute in that style… fingers crossed!

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