Welcome to one of my first blog posts ever where I share an outfit with pieces that I LOVE! Why haven’t I done this before? (Yes, I’m talking to myself…)
DISCLAIMER: The products seen here, all except the glasses, were gifted to me by the brands.
But really, who wants to know which jeans I’ve been wearing 24/7!? (Okay I don’t sleep in them but I could!) They’re high-rise, straight legged, bootiful (if ya know what I mean) and UNDER 70 bucks! You read right! Ethically made and super cute…Everlane doesn’t disappoint with its classic, comfy, yet still edgy staples.
One thing I love about Everlane is the brand’s minimalistic approach in its fashion and product photography! But even better, they take an ethical approach to being transparent. “Radical Transparency” as they call it. Everlane has devoted an entire section where it discloses a line-by-line breakdown of costs for producing their products and then they compare their “true costs” to those of traditional retailers. On top of that, they publish a list of factories around the globe they use, along with the manufacturer’s stories and pics. Pretty cool, pretty cool.
Oh, right, you want to see the jeans! Here you are:
Another fave by them that I’m diggin’ are these Modern Loafer Mules in Buffed White – I wore them in Disney Springs and they were actually comfy! No rubbing or anything! #blessed. They go with so many cute outfits and they’re easy…slip-on, slip-off! They run pretty true to size. (I say pretty because I’m weird and wear a 9.5 in sneakers but in flats and boots I’m a size 10. Maybe that’s not weird and a common thing?) They are 100% Italian Leather, so they do stretch a teensy bit and get comfier as you wear them! I had to really break ’em in. Just something to keep in mind. Anyways, they’re the best!
This silk green shirt I’m wearing is from Grana and they don’t carry it anymore, however, there are a couple of shirts that are similar!
UPDATE – FAVE EVERLANE PIECES
(March 8, 2019)
Also, I get asked quite often where my glasses are from and what style they are! They’re the Warby Parker, Leith Clark “Zelda” frames in Crystal Taupe. If you’re still looking for a pair, but not quite into the Zelda’s and want something similar, here are a few I also tried on and love and have a similar cat-eye shape!
And of course, if you want to try on any other frames…as you know, Warby has an awesome Free Home-Try-On Program!
Happy shopping! x
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