Oct 14, 2017

Try on: Everlane’s Feel Good Denim

This post is sponsored by Everlane.

Everlane's feel good denim. Eco-friendly, affordable, great fit.

Wearing Illesteva Mirrored Leonard Glasses, Cuyana Dolman Silk Shirt, Everlane Modern Boyfriend Jeans ℅ Everlane, Cuyana Classic Leather Zipper Tote, Everlane Modern Loafers.

For quite some time now I’ve been trying to convert my minimal wardrobe to items that are eco-friendly and sustainable. Of course if you already have and love an item, the most sustainable thing you can do is keep it! But if your items wear out and you find yourself in need of a new one like I have lately, finding a feel good brand to get it from is a great option. If you read often, you know that I’ve always been a big fan of Everlane. Their radical transparency and commitment to sustainability in the world of fashion is extremely refreshing. I was over the moon when they offered to send me their new denim before it launched and I’ve been wearing them nonstop since so I thought it would be a good idea to take a minute and share it with you.

Everlane's feel good denim. Eco-friendly, affordable, great fit. Everlane's feel good denim. Eco-friendly, affordable, great fit.

The pair I chose is the Modern Boyfriend style. It’s a relaxed slim fit that is straight at the ankle and I love to wear them cuffed. The rise is 10″ so it’s a little higher than normal but is comfortable none-the-less. I’m 5’4″ and wearing a size 27 and it fits a little slouchier. I also wear a 27 in J.Crew, AG Jeans, and Levis for comparison. For a snugger fit I could absolutely size down in these.

High Rise Skinny

The High Rise Skinny will likely be my next Everlane Denim purchase. The black jeans I’ve had for years and years have finally started to fade a little and I love the structured feel of these. In Everlane’s own words:

“The perfect high-rise jean. Made of premium Japanese denim with just a touch of stretch, this pair is designed with a holds-you-in high rise for a sleek fit. Quite possibly the most flattering jean—ever.”

Shop High Rise Skinny:

Mid Rise Skinny

I’ve always been a huge fan of mid-rise denim. Not only is it super flattering for shorter torso’d gals (like me!), it doesn’t accentuate the hip as much for the curvier set. Everlane describes their Mid Rise Skinny as:

Why mess with a classic? Our go-to skinny jean is designed with an easy, natural rise and is made of premium Japanese denim with just a touch of stretch for a perfect fit. Don’t be surprised if these become your new go-to’s.

Shop Mid Rise Skinny

Modern Boyfriend

A good boyfriend jean can go a long way, from loafers and a button down to rolled up bottoms with a sweater and sandals, this pair hasn’t let me down for the last couple of months. Everlane describes their Modern Boyfriend as:

Way better than vintage. For a modern take on the time-tested boyfriend jean, we designed this pair with a slightly higher rise, a flattering relaxed fit, and a leg width that’s right in-between slim and straight. Bonus: They’re made of premium Japanese denim with just a touch of stretch.

Shop Modern Boyfriend

Everlane's feel good denim. Eco-friendly, affordable, great fit.

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This post is sponsored by Everlane, a brand I’ve loved and shopped at for years. All opinions are my own.

Photos by Sarah Hettervik for Hej Doll.

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I love quality denim! These jeans look very nice on you.

Great outfit! Elegant and stylish

Your outfit is amazing. I love the color of the jeans.

I’m thinking about buying some too. Should I size up or down in the skinny fit?

I bought my usual size in the high rise skinny (ankle length). I think if I bought the mid rise I would have sized up as they were tighter in the hips. I will still have to get them taken in at the waist, but I nearly always have to do that.

The skinny fit runs true to size, so I’d stick to your normal size! 🙂

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