So this isn’t my first Everlane post or haul (Read the last one here!). What can I say? I’m a fan of the brand. I needed some good fall basics, some to replace clothes that had worn out, or to fill gaps in my wardrobe. I’ve been on the hunt for a good pair of black jeans for a long time now. Its hard when you’re an in between size (10-14). Lots of clothing brands stop at size 10 or 12, and most plus size brands start at size 14ish (which is usually more like a standard size 16-18). I noticed that Everlane had began offering a size 33 in jeans. Seems like they’re trying to extend this sizing, kind of like how Madewell has extended their denim sizes to 35.

I was so pleased when I tried these on and they fit! And not only fit, but fit well. These are a high-waisted style that hit me (5’3) right at my natural waistline. They are stretchy, but not too much.

Cashmere. Oh cashmere. The softest, and warmest of knitwear. My first cashmere sweater was by the brand Joie, but I ended having to return it because it was poorly made (and twice the price of this one!). But this $100 cashmere mock-neck sweater is much better quality. I’ve worn it so many times! Its so soft and warm. So far there’s a little piling, but nothing unexpected.

One of my favorite things to wear in the fall is a t-shirt turtleneck. They’re so soft and are a good base layer. This one runs truer to size than the Everlane short sleeve t-shirts, so I might need to size up on my next one.

It wouldn’t be a haul without at least one dud. This is a silk button-up in a light gray (looks white in the picture, but it’s really gray). The material is wonderful, but the fit isn’t, not for me anyways. As you can tell from the picture, this shirt is very boxy. It hangs off my shoulders, but pulls tight across the bust. Probably a better shirt for a smaller busted person with broader shoulders.

Here are the links:

Black jeans:

Cashmere sweater:

Turtle neck:

Silk button-up:

Have you read my last post? You can here!