Everyone’s favorite ethical brand recently launched their underwear line! True to the Everlane spirit, the collection is the definition of “better than basic.” It’s simple and functional with no frills, but promises to reinvent a wardrobe staple.
I’ve been impressed with their marketing for the women’s underwear line. Models of color, inclusive body types, poses that show off tummy rolls in all their glory—this is definitely a step in the right direction, and for that alone I was already sold.
Many of the sustainable and ethical underwear brands I’ve seen have pretty steep prices, so I was thrilled to see that Everlane’s underwear line is affordable at $12 each and $9 each if you buy 3 or more.
My review of Everlane’s ethical underwear:
First impressions? They were packaged in cute paper boxes, which was nice because the last thing this world needs is more plastic. I was a little worried from the online photos that the underwear would look cheap, but in person they look well-made.
Sizing: I usually find Everlane clothing runs large, but I think their underwear line runs true to size.
Comfort: I have zero complaints. They are soft and don’t slip down or ride up. Even the thong is incredibly comfortable, which is always somewhat of a miracle. After a tumble in the washing machine and dryer, they felt even softer!
VPL (Visible Panty Line): The bikini style has some VPL if you’re wearing tight pants or leggings. The thong has 0 VPL.
Verdict: Everlane, you did good. I can’t complain about the quality or fit of the underwear, and the marketing campaign was beautiful, inclusive, and empowering. If you’re in need of new undies, look no further! I’m already planning on buying more because my other undies just don’t compare. Everlane also has men’s underwear.
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