10 New Everlane Pieces That Will Help Ease the Transition from Winter to Spring

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It feels like the millionth month of winter and we’re so, so tired of our cold-weather wardrobe. But it’s still way too early to whip out sundresses and flimsy blouses. That’s why we’re loving these ten new arrivals from Everlane that we can wear now with cashmere and a puffer coat and also in a few months with a jean jacket and sandals. Suddenly, getting through the gloom of February and March doesn’t seem so bad.

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1. The Super-straight Jean

We’ll wear these jeans long after winter is over. That’s because we appreciate a straight leg that easily tucks into tall boots and can also be worn with sneakers or heels. This pair features a leg-lengthening high rise that’s oh so flattering on all shapes and sizes.

2. The Oversized Alpaca Cardigan

We fell in love with the first alpaca crew Everlane created last year, but this oversized cardi version is infinitely better. Knit from the same super soft alpaca yarn in the same ribbed texture, it’s just as cozy but even more versatile. Layer it over a turtleneck, T-shirt, dress, jeans, button-up shirt—you name it.

3. The Perform Legging

These highly reviewed performance leggings are perhaps the most anticipated launch from Everlane this year. PureWow’s fashion editor,Dena Silver, reviewed them and can attest to their buttery feel. She says, “These leggings are so soft. But they still offer just the right about of stretch and light compression to feel flattering, like your tummy and thighs are sucked in.”

4. The Glove Boot Reknit

This boot was just introduced in a new deep-brown colorway that’s lifting our winter blues. It’s made from the same recycled knit material we’ve been obsessing over since fall, meaning it’s comfy AF. Now we suddenly need another pair to wear with floral dresses in spring.

5. The Henley Waffle Tee

A comfy Henley thermal with a boxy fit looks good no matter how you wear it: tucked, untucked, worn alone or layered with a flourish. We’re partial to the rust hue, which somehow makes winter seem warmer than it actually is.

6. The Recashmere Vintage Crew

A wide ribbed collar and longer cuffs add to the retro vibe of this recycled Italian cashmere sweater. Thanks to its eco-friendly yarn, it has half the carbon footprint as a typical cashmere knit, which makes wearing it all the more satisfying. We can’t wait for this to become our go-to outerwear choice once it’s finally time to leave our heavy coats in storage.

7. The Collarless Air Shirt

Meet the perfect layering partner for cardigans, turtlenecks and jackets, adding extra style points without any bulk. Not gonna lie, we’re pretty obsessed with those puff sleeves.

8. The 40-hour Flat

Forget flimsy, unsupportive flats—this pair feels like clouds even after a 40-hour workweek. Made with soft, unlined Italian leather and a cushioned insole, it molds to your foot to get comfier with each wear. The flexible yet durable outsole has you covered for long commutes and lunch strolls.

9. The Square Neck Top

This do-it-all top has the most flattering neckline and slightly voluminous shoulder details, making it a surprisingly trendy Everlane find. It can easily be tucked into your favorite work pants, but is also sexy enough for date night. We’re buying one in every color.

10. The Lightweight Flannel Oversized Shirt

There’s simply nothing cozier than an oversized flannel, but that often comes with overheating. This one is surprisingly lightweight without skimping on the warmth factor, making it the piece you’ll reach for until at least the end of April.

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