Hi friends! I’ve got another short Evereve try-on haul for you this week.
SIZING NOTES: I’m 5’5″ with an hourglass shape. Unless I say otherwise, I’m wearing a 6/28 in pants/jeans, a small in tops, a 6 in dresses/jumpsuits, and size 8 shoe. Also, in the interest of full disclosure, all of these items were gifted, but I picked them out.
Evereve Millie Shaker Pullover
This sweater is a soft and cozy acrylic/nylon/spandex blend. The shaker knit and raglan shoulders give some nice texture to any casual look, and I love the extra long sleeves.
It’s true to size with a somewhat relaxed fit, and it’s long enough that I felt like it needed a front tuck to keep my proportions in check with these jeans, plus I like how it helps define the waist.
STYLE TIP: When doing a front tuck, try tucking it a little off to one side. It looks a little more unintentional and effortlessly chic.
VERDICT: Keeping! Not that I need another neutral sweater in my life, but they were out of the pink when I placed my order, and I really do love this ivory. It’s hard to see here, but it has some variegation in the knit, which makes it really pretty.
Kut From The Kloth Reese High Rise Straight
I really like this straight ankle style from KUT from the Kloth, and the versatile medium indigo wash. They have a 9 1/2″ front rise, 27″ inseam, and 13 3/4″ leg opening; and the fabric is 68% cotton, 28% polyester, 3% rayon, 1% spandex.
They’re not as soft as premium denim, but they have good stretch so they fit comfortably, and I feel like they flatter me. The raw hem looks a little too clean for my tastes, but that will loosen up some the first time they’re washed.
Here’s the same sweater/denim pairing with burgundy pumps. I like the juxtaposition of dressy and casual and the mix of textures, and the pop of color is fun, especially at holiday time.
VERDICT: I like these enough to keep them, but I already have jeans that play a similar role, and I will always reach for better quality denim if I have a choice so I may not keep these. However, I do recommend trying these if you like the price point. They’re flattering and modern without being too “mom jean”.
Hudson High Rise Barbara Ankle Skinny
In this look, I left the sweater untucked. As you can see, it isn’t so long that you have to tuck it. As long as I can still see some of the zipper on the jeans, most tops look okay left out, as long as the jeans are long enough to offset the length of the sweater. Adding a heel helps too.
In this case, the jeans have a 10″ rise, 28″ inseam, and 10″ leg opening, so they’re basically your typical high rise ankle skinny jeans. Those measurements are almost identical to the AG Farrah, but the denim has a slightly rigid look and feel to it, although it has plenty of stretch to keep them comfortable. The fabric is 77% cotton, 20% lyocell, 3% lycra.
VERDICT: Keeping for now. I like the off-black wash and the clean cut, and while I have a lot of black jeans, these seem like they might serve a purpose in my wardrobe. I’ve already worn them once.
Evereve Tegan Moto Sweatshirt
And this is the last piece I have to show you today. This sweatshirt is super soft and cozy, and I really love the density of the fabric — not too thick but not too thin. I have a few sweatshirts that I like, but they aren’t quite warm enough for winter.
I also like the funnel neck, raglan sleeves, and generous sleeve length with thumbholes. It’s 22 1/2″ long so I just left it untucked, but I notice the model on the website front-tucked it. Everything about this sweatshirt is cozy and comfortable. It’s a polyester/rayon/spandex blend, and they recommend laying out to air dry.
VERDICT: Keeping! I love everything about this one, and I’m finding myself reaching for my sweatshirts more than my sweaters on casual days at home.
I used to wear sweaters all fall and winter, but a lot of them require dry cleaning, and sweatshirts are easier to throw in the wash. There are so many good elevated sweatshirt options these days, and they just make a lot of sense for my casual lifestyle. I think I need to add this clothing category to my Winter Wardrobe Essentials, which I’m planning to update in a few weeks.
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