has replaced Old Navy as my go-to for basics in fun colors ever since I learned that GAP Inc. can’t manage to follow its own corporate social responsibility standards. I’ve talked about Everlane over and over again here because 1. they are committed to ethical manufacturing and 2. their price point is reasonable. With rapid expansion of offices and product offerings in the past year, their business model has proven to be what the people want, and they’ve just hired
, Rebekka Bay, to steer the design team as they continue to grow. I’m a little bit anti-corporate, so I hope they don’t lose sight of their original mission of radical transparency as they scale. Let
be a lesson to us all: getting huge means not knowing when you’re exploiting people in your supply chain.
I’ve tried out lots of things from
this year, but I’ve never posted a formal review, so I thought I’d review 5 items in one go.
<img src="https://stylewise-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/c782b-img.png, it's a steal. I own the v-neck in three colors and wear them frequently. I wear my typical Small in this.
(Also, get ready to see a lot of wrinkly shirts – I’m not great at hanging up my clothes in a timely manner and I don’t currently own an iron.)
<img src="https://stylewise-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/cca1f-img.png. Ordered a small; fits true to size.
<img src="https://stylewise-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/5f7a6-img.png. I ordered this in an Extra Small initially, but the arm holes were too small, so I sized up to my regular Small.
<img src="https://stylewise-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/17b26-img.png. Size Small.
has that certain something that keeps me coming back. I haven’t loved everything, but I always feel like the cooler version of myself in an Everlane item. They might be branding geniuses and I’m just drinking the kool-aid, but I’m ok with that.
Check out Faye’s (of the Sustaining.Life blog) assessment of