Best T-Shirt You'll Ever Wear

Have you guys ever heard of Everlane? I've been hooked since Joanna first blogged about them. The t-shirts are incredibly soft. It feels like you're wearing a $50 designer shirt, but it's only $15! They have different styles, but my favorite, by far, is the box cut shirt. It's so flattering. (I'm actually wearing the navy box cut shirt right now. I tried to look for pictures of myself in it, and there are two. But neither is very good. Here and here. I'm not really sure what's going on with the camera angles there. I guess that's what happens when I ask my mom to take a photo.)

I've also tried the sweatshirt, scarf (not the one they have in stock right now), the ryan tank, and the belt. They're awesome. I actually bought my brother the shirts, the belt, and the sweatshirt. The belt was too complicated for him to figure out, and the sweatshirt wasn't up to his standards. But he liked the shirts. (The sweatshirt is totally amazing, by the way. I don't know what his problem is.)


  1. How do Everlane shirts compare to American Apparel? I've become extremely attached to my medium 2001 t-shirts, but may have to give Everlane a try. One thing I really like about AA are the multitude of color options and you can get them wholesale (~$7) from

    1. Hm. I'm not sure. I never loved how the girls AA shirts fit me, so I don't really have a lot of experience with AA. Everlane used to have a little blurb about sizing as compared to AA, J.Crew, James Perse. I can't find it anymore.

  2. Heyyyy, I wear the belt whenever I wear a belt and I do love the t-shirts, but JCrew got them beat on sweatshirts.

  3. I think you made amazing the moment when you picked up this theme of the blog article over here. Do you mostly create your posts by yourself or maybe you have a business partner or a helper?


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