style: ethical fashion meets winter with everlane

I’m probably super late to the bandwagon here but lately, I have been so obsessed with Everlane. In an effort to embrace the minimal movement, the capsule wardrobe and ethical fashion, I was desperate to find a quality brand that was budget friendly. A few months ago, I was on the hunt for a classic and simple button-down top and stumbled across Everlane (through social, nonetheless). I love how easy it is to shop their site – super straightforward and to-the-point. I’ve also been trying to be way more mindful of my clothing purchases (quality over quantity) so I loved that Everlane’s pieces were good quality and ethically conscious as well.

One of the most frustrating things, , is spending money on clothes and having to replace said piece season after season (nothing worse than pill-y sweaters!) Everlane’s pieces are the definition of minimal – they can be worn a hundred different ways but won’t wear out after a few washes or wears. The style + quality is on par with high-end brands but for a fraction of the cost.

winter ethical fashion with everlane

winter ethical fashion with everlane

winter ethical fashion with everlane

I recently purchased this turtleneck sweater from Everlane and it’s seriously so soft, so comfortable and seems to fit just right. Also, this cotton turtleneck is under $70 which IMO is a total steal when it comes to a well-made sweater (my color is sold out but I love this gorgeous camel color!). It’s 100% cotton which makes for easy care. Part of embracing the minimal wardrobe means gravitating towards products that are made from real materials versus synthetic fabrics. You’ll get a lot more wears out of the piece because it will hold up through numerous wears and washes! Also, I love anything oversized, especially a chunky knit and this one does not disappoint. I’m constantly reaching for this cotton turtleneck to wear with denim and flats, like here with my go-to J.Crew wool coat and leopard loafers.

winter ethical fashion with everlane

winter ethical fashion with everlane

Shop my look: 

Everlane cotton turtleneck sweater – $68

J.Crew high-rise black denim – $110

J.Crew topcoat – $350

Sam Edelman cheetah print loafers – $140

J.Crew pom beanie – $39.50

Madewell sunnies (similar) – $65

I’ve linked to a few currently-crushing-on Everlane pieces that would be a perfect addition to any minimal + ethical fashionistas wardrobe. I can’t wait to keep stocking up on their super cozy sweaters for those BEYOND freezing New England months. Also, I looove a good t-shirt (or two).

Fave sweaters:

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Fave basics:

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Cheers,

Tash

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