product review and, admittedly, I’ve become even more of an Everlane hoarder since then. I live in Everlane knit tees, particularly their classic v-necks, u-necks, and pima cotton half sleeve tees, and the store credit I receive when people order through
ensures that I have an incentive to try new products as they’re released.
Everlane, if you haven’t heard of them, focuses on
, meaning that they make the customer aware of both raw materials’ and production costs, and the welfare of their workers. They contract with facilities in the US, Italy, China, and Vietnam to make their clothes, so it’s nice to know that
about the conditions of the factories and the protections and resources offered to the workers.
For size reference, I have a 34″ bust and typically wear a Small in tops. My height is 5’7″.
THE MICRO-STRIPE CREW NECK, $20
U-NECK IN BLACK, $15
THE LINEN LONG SLEEVE IN GRAPHITE, $40
THE LINEN SCOOP NECK IN BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE, $35
THE PIMA STRETCH MID-SLEEVE IN BLACK AND HEATHER GREY, $25
I didn’t have a chance to take product shots for these, but I really love the long length, half sleeve, and soft, stretchy knit cotton. The neckline is a bit awkward on me – I wish it was slightly lower – but I get a lot of use out of these.
Let me know if you have any fit or quality questions about anything I reviewed. Happy Shopping!