Everlane Wide Leg Crop
I mean, look at ’em. They’re pretty perfect.
The Everlane Wide Leg Crop Pants fit perfectly out of the package. No adjustments needed. I don’t have much else to say on that front other than that I’m still in shock they worked out so well. I already have a pair of wide leg crops courtesy of the thrift store, but they’re such a comfy and flattering fit (well, besides the fact that my butt looks huge) that I thought I’d use some Everlane store credit* to purchase this pair.
Ethical Details: Tank – United by Blue; Wide Leg Pants – Everlane; Sandals – Deux Mains
Before I purchased, I read Grechen’s and Andrea’s reviews, as well as the reviews on the product page. Most people advised sizing down from what the size chart indicated. I typically buy for my hips, which can leave the waist feeling a bit loose, but the 4s in these work great, likely because the wide leg silhouette leaves a bit of wiggle room at the widest part of the hip.
Everlane Wide Leg Cropped Pants Review
The cotton twill fabric is quite heavyweight, which means these hold their bell shape and make me feel more put together than usual. The 1% elastane keeps the cinched waist comfortable even when I’m sitting down. The high set wide pockets are flattering. At $68, these are definitely worth buying.
My Measurements: 28″ waist, 38.5″ hips, 5’7″ height
Size Ordered: 4
Fit: If between sizes, size down
As I’ve discussed before, Everlane prides itself on transparent, safe, and ethical production. They could do more to prioritize eco-friendly fabrics and production processes, and the jury’s still out on what wage factory employees are paid, but I see them as a really great option for building out an ethical wardrobe. The items are extremely well made, basic, and affordable.
I have a few more Everlane reviews in the works. The pants are currently backordered in a lot of sizes, but you can get on the waitlist. I had to wait for the initial restock myself.
P.S. I tried the Day Flat and found the elastic at the back very uncomfortable. I also tried the Micro Rib Cami Dress and found it very unflattering on my pear shaped frame (too small at the hips even in a large)
Leah Wise is the founder of StyleWise Blog. She has been writing, speaking, and consulting on sustainable fashion, the fair trade and secondhand supply chain, and digital marketing for over ten years. An Episcopal priest, Leah holds a B.A. in Religion from Florida State University and an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School. When not working, you can find her looking for treasures at the thrift store.