The Everlane Trench: A Review

trench derp pose
So, I finally got my Everlane trench exchanged for a size smaller. I was a bit worried about how it would fit on me, because Everlane doesn’t have petites and I am petite lady, but as it turns out, it’s great.

Okay, so I’m bad at clothing reviews. Let me rack my brains for something to say about this. It’s a classic style, with a vent on the back and a cinched belt that actually looks better tied! It accentuates my waist! It’s perfect for springtime in Vegas!

One thing I will say, though, is that the fabric is a little crunchy. So it’ll be interesting to see how it wears over time. I know it’s touted as some sort of premium weather-resistant cotton*, which is probably the reason for the stiffness.

Pardon my extremely silly fashion pose.
Pardon my extremely silly fashion model wannabe pose.

In any case, I love it. I’ve been having a heck of a time with my wool J.Crew peacoat recently. It’s just too hot for mid-fifties. But I can’t go without anything! Which is where this trench comes in. I’m going to take it out for it’s first test run tonight.

*”Fabric is a premium water-resistant cotton canvas that’s lightweight but still holds its structure.” Wow, I wasn’t too far from the truth

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