The Best Everlane Sweaters, Reviewed – Cashmere, Alpaca, Wool + More!



Out of everything Everlane makes, I think their sweaters are the best buy.

They tend to be made from high quality materials, like merino wool or cashmere, and the simple designs are timeless and quite wearable. I find myself reaching for these sweaters year after year, so I decided it was time for a round up of my favorites!

Today’s post is a review of my favorite Everlane knitwear, from cotton to cashmere, wool and alpaca. The best part is they often continue to make the same sweaters, with subtle tweaks and new colors from year to year.

If you’ve been curious about Everlane’s sweaters and especially their affordable cashmere, then keep reading!





Everlane Sweater Try On Haul

I’ve filmed a couple try-on videos of my Everlane sweaters. You can watch a couple below, or see them all my Youtube channel here


EVERLANE HAUL (late summer / early fall try on)

2021 early fall Everlane tops + sweaters


Winter Everlane Haul 2020: Cozy Cashmere, Alpaca + Knitwear Review (2020)

Everlane winter 2020 super cozy sweaters





Everlane Felted Merino Half-Zip Sweater

in Antler, size small


Everlane Half Zip Sweater Review

Before it arrived, I debated getting this sweater. It seemed a little pricey for such a simple design. 

Now that I have it, and have worn it to death, I think it’s one of the best sweaters Everlane has ever made. 

I like the thick heavy weight of the sweater and how the sleeves balloon just slightly before tapering at the wrist. I’m especially impressed by the material – this sweater is made from 100% wool, which is extremely rare to find these days, much less at this price point.

The half zip has a slightly oversized fit and is extra soft and warm. It’s super cozy and in fact, feels almost as soft as cashmere. 

For a luxurious but well made sweater, you can’t go wrong with Everlane’s merino wool half zip! I’ve also picked it up a new color, Grey Blue!

Available on Everlane here (4 colors)





Everlane Puff Sweater

in Heathered oat, size small


Everlane Alpaca Sweater Review

If you like oversized sweaters, this one’s for you.

It’s a loose, comfy, slightly thin knit made from a blend of merino wool and alpaca. I like how the sweater has contrasting horizontal stripes of different size knits. The pattern is pretty subtle, but gives the sweater a lot of texture and makes it look more expensive than it is.

The fit is great too. Perfect for layering, very cozy and very winter appropriate. 

Since it’s made to be oversized, I stuck with my usual size but could have sized up for an even slouchier, casual feel.

Available on Everlane here (2 colors)





Everlane Cashmere Polo

in Canvas, size small


Everlane Cashmere Polo Review

Normally I wouldn’t say I’m much of a polo shirt kind of girl.. but this long sleeve, open collar sweater looks so simple and chic.

Made from 100% cashmere, it features a button-less plunge collar and relaxed shape.

It’s the perfect top to throw on with jeans or sweatpants for that effortless, ‘just threw it on’ vibe – which is exactly what Everlane intended.

Available on Everlane here (4 colors)





Everlane Belgian Waffle Henley in ReCashmere

in Canvas, size small


Everlane Cashmere Henley Review

I always love a good henley.

Usually I’ll get them from the men’s section but this time, Everlane made the perfect slouchy, oversized henley for women!

I’m obsessed with the round collar, chunky buttons and boxy fit. It’s the perfect kind of top to lounge around in, but also looks cute to wear to brunch.

Finally, the good quality cashmere and waffle knit texture add just a little something extra! 

If there’s just one negative, it’s that the recycled cashmere isn’t as soft as true cashmere. I usually layer a cotton base layer or turtleneck underneath though, so that there’s no hint of itch!

Available on Everlane here (4 colors)





Everlane Cashmere Dress

in Oatmeal, size xs

Everlane Cashmere Dress Review

Everlane’s made this cashmere dress for a couple years now and I finally tested it out.

It’s a breezy, relaxed turtleneck dress with a very comfortable loose fit. I like how you can definitely eat in this dress, but at the same time, it’s not entirely shapeless. 

Throw a blazer over, add a belt and some flats and you can wear this to work! Or, layer a long shacket and knee high boots for a cool, comfortable winter look.

Available on Everlane here (4 colors)





Everlane Cashmere Sweater Tee

in Black and Sky Blue, both size xs

Everlane Cashmere Sweater Tee Review

I have this cashmere tee in a number of colors, because they go with everything! 

I wrote a more in-depth post here, but they’re a dressier alternative to a simple tee. They’re lightweight, but made from a fine grade A cashmere, so they’ll keep you warm as a base layer in the winter. 

I like the subtle rib detail on the sleeve and hemline and the sheer range of colors means anyone will find a version to like!

Available on Everlane here (8 colors)





Everlane Cashmere Square Turtleneck

in Camel, size small


Everlane Cashmere Turtleneck Review

I always go back and forth on turtlenecks.

On the one hand, they keep you warm in the winter. On the other hand, they can be really annoying to wear! 

So I picked up this cashmere turtleneck not sure if I’d love it or hate it.

The neckline is sort of an in-between height, comfortable enough to wear up, but I like to roll it down a couple times anyway ha.

The fabric is soft, with a medium weight – very comfortable and flowy, especially with its extra boxy shape.

I think this would look great over leggings or skinny jeans since it has a bit of a longer, wider fit.

Available on Everlane here (8 colors)





Everlane Oversized Alpaca Crew

in Dark Copper / Almond, size small


Everlane Cashmere Turtleneck Review

I usually never wear stripes. Especially horizontal stripes.

There’s a ‘fashion rule’ that wide stripes going across the body will make you appear wider. But when I saw this alpaca crew, I kind of liked the ‘Where’s Waldo’ vibe and got it anyway.

Thanks to the crew neckline, oversized fit and balloon sleeves, I think the sweater offers a relaxed, casual vibe that’s still flattering, stripes aside.

But – don’t worry. It comes in a whopping 12 colors (most of which are solid) so there’s plenty of options. If you like cozy, comfy and thinner knit sweaters, this alpaca crewneck is for you.

Available on Everlane here (12 colors)





 Read More:  Everlane reviews:


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Everlane Flats - These 5 Pairs are Extra Comfortable

Everlane Denim: Thoughts on 3 of the Brand's Best Selling Jeans

Everlane Cashmere: Is It Worth It? (with Outfit Photos)

How do the Everlane Leggings Perform?

Everlane Underwear Review: Bra & Bralettes

Everlane Bodysuits: Reviewing a Wardrobe Staple


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Everlane Summer Outfits

Everlane Choose What You Pay Sale - Spring Try On Haul


Everlane Try On Haul Videos

Everlane Spring 2020 Haul

Everlane Summer Basics Try On


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1 Comment

  1. Larissa
    March 22, 2021 / 7:58 pm

    I’m glad I found your blog. We have similar styles (although I think you can handle stiletto boots better than me lol) and I appreciate all the reviews of Everlane pieces! They have wonderful stuff but I agonize over any new item I bring into my life and your posts are providing great info for me to decide. I’ve been considering the cashmere polo for a couple weeks now. Think I’m gonna do it.

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