Everlane is a basics online retailer based in San Francisco that is a leader in sustainable apparel and pricing transparency. What started with t-shirts and basics, has evolved into so much more. They now sell everything from accessories, to tops and in 2017 launched denim.
I always knew about them and heard about them but really took notice when I heard about their denim. As you know, I am a huge fan of denim and I wear denim almost everyday. After all the buzz around this launch, I finally gave in and had to try it. I felt like it was something I heard a lot about initially. However, I didn’t actually know anyone who owned them themselves so I went ahead and bought a pair. Keep reading to hear what I think.
Everlane Jeans Review
Overall I think they are good jeans. They are super comfortable. The pair of jeans I have run true to size which is always nice to know that when you’re ordering online. I love that they put much so much effort into making sure their clothing is being made in a sustainable factory.
As far as styles, they make six different jeans styles with two length options. They have skirts / shorts, skinny, straight, kick crop, boyfriend and jackets and it comes in ankle length and regular length. I got the cheeky straight jean in ankle length — but I love that comes in regular length too. The pair I got was similar to a high rise skinny but a little straighter and wider at the bottom. They are a 5 pocket jean and they are actually in a very flattering spot.
I would definitely get another pair of jeans from them but I think next time I would try a different style and see how it fits. Honestly, I didn’t think the pair I wore was the most flattering fit. It wasn’t bad at all and I don’t not like them but I definitely have worn jeans that are more effortlessly flattering. Next I would try: kick crop jeans in a dark indigo color and the denim skirt with a raw hem.
I thought the jeans were high quality (although I would need to see how they wear after having them for a while to really know) but I was impressed. The are super soft, have an appropriate amount of stretch, but don’t feel like they’re stretchy in a cheap way at all. I probably wouldn’t be able to tell the difference much in the quality of Everlane jeans compared to a moderate to higher end designer.
When I saw the price of these jeans I was shocked! These jeans are amazingly priced…and even more so for the quality. The denim price ranges from $58-$88 which is crazy thinking that we can pay $250 for a single pair of jeans that are similar or the same quality.
Overall, I definitely recommend Everlane jeans. I actually think they are quite underrated. With the exception of the fit being good not great, I think they are a great idea for people to try. They are reasonably priced, have styles for everyone with so many different fits and lengths and I like that they put a lot of love and care into what they do. I love supporting brands and trying out designers that are new to me.
What designer should I try next and do a review on? If you liked this style post, you might like some of my other designer spotlight posts with reviews too here. As always, let me know what you think and leave your thoughts in the comments below! I love to hear from you and to get the conversation between us going.