The weather in Vancouver has been perfect for wearing cashmere pullovers, which is a good thing because that’s about all I brought with me. I add one or two to my collection each fall because they’re my go-to look with a nice pair of jeans, and booties, all winter long.
They’re downy soft, easy to pop on and add just the right amount of warmth for me. I do have cashmere from other brands but the majority of my pullovers are from Everlane. The quality is wonderful and I love the price.
The pop-in shop only carries a small selection of the Everlane collection, but it’s large enough for you to try different shapes and fabrications.
I thought the Rose was my favorite color until I held up this Deco Green;)
My cashmere scarf is sort of perfect to wrap and tuck, adding a bit of warmth with being bulky. Rather than tossing the front piece over my shoulder, I bring the back piece forward over the front which helps keep it in place, even without a brooch.
Puffer coats are in just about every store in downtown Vancouver, as people gear up for the cold. It’s not cold enough for me to need one in California, but it sure is in most other places.
Everlane’s Re:Down® fill is made from recycled down comforters and pillows. The outer shell is made of 100% recycled fabric with flurorine-free water-repellency. I love that Everlane is lowering their carbon footprint in so many of their products. You can read more about the whole process here.
This is my first cashmere turtleneck from Everlane but it won’t be my last. Most turtlenecks feel like they’re strangling me but this doesn’t. It a super soft timeless classic that will go with everything. Because I have a short neck, I fold the neck down in thirds so it doesn’t crowd my chin. I’m wearing black, because me…but it does come in four other colors.
Are you a fan of cashmere?
Remember to enter to win this cashmere wrap. I will announce the winner on the blog tomorrow.
Thanks for reading and remember to wear what makes you feel confident.