Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 1



Happy Friday! Honestly, this one felt as though it might never come so I’m particularly relieved by its arrival. Plus, long weekend baby!

The Labour Day holiday always signals the end of summer for me. Between the first changing leaves, the crisp morning breeze and the back to school buzz, the spirit of fall is definitely in the air.

Although I’m not packing up my shorts and sandals just yet, I thought this would be the perfect time to revisit a few of my favourite fall staples from Everlane. You know how I love a seasonal closet prep and reinvesting in old favourites always helps me feel less overwhelmed by a new season. Each year, without fail, I find myself gravitating back to these styles. The reasons being dependability, timelessness and versatility, which as you know, are qualities that never go out of style!

Read on to see the three looks I created and why these pieces are some of my personal fall favourites:


Plus a few items currently on my list!

This post was produced in partnership with Everlane and Style Bee earns a commission on sales made using the affiliate links below (at no additional cost to customers). All opinions are my own and I was encouraged to share my honest thoughts on each product. Some items shown were gifted but most were bought by me. Thanks to Everlane for supporting Style Bee!


Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 1
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 1
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 1



I love an oversized blazer all year round but early fall is definitely prime time for this style, especially in black. I wear mine as a light top layer in place of a denim jacket, trench coat or even a chunky knit sweater. I wear blazers during the day, to meetings, presentations, dinners out and meet-ups with friends and family. When it’s warm I throw one on over a silk tank with jeans and when it’s chilly I’ll wear it over a fitted tee or knit and wrap a scarf around my neck for extra coziness.

I’ve had the Oversized Wool Blazer for 2 years now and it’s still in pretty much perfect shape. I like that the material (95% Italian wool, 5% elastane) doesn’t attract a ton of lint or pet fur compared to other wool garments in my closet. The sleeves are easy to cuff or wear long and the shape is just oversize enough to feel intentional.

FIT: I wear a size 2 in Everlane’s Oversized blazer. I have both the Wool and the Cotton/Linen styles and the fit is the same in both. It’s oversize without being enormous and has the perfect amount of room to layer over a shirt, tee or even a sweater. For reference: I’m 5’7 and about 125 lbs.

SHOP THE OVERSIZED BLAZER > $170 USD (Available in three fabrics)

Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 1
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 1



A fitted long sleeve tee is a true staple in almost any cold weather closet. They’re an ideal base for layering and the tight fit keeps heat in without creating extra bulk. I particularly like the Pima Micro-Rib Long-sleeve Crew because of the super soft pima cotton and a high neckline that works well under lots of sweater and jacket styles. There are no saggy spots under the arms and they retain their shape all day. I’ve had similar garments in the past that always stretch around the elbow and bunched up under the arm when layered. These are definitely a contender for closet MVP!

I wear my long sleeved tees as a base under jumpers, tucked into jeans and high-waisted pants, under blazers, jackets, sweaters and cardigans. Basically, anything I can when the temps dip! I bought a couple of these tees last fall and after washing them many times since, I’ve found that they maintain their fit and size very well. I typically hang dry but on the few occasions that they’ve snuck into the dryer they came out just fine.

FIT: I wear a size Small in this tee style and it’s fitted without being super tight. For reference: I’m 5’7, about 125 lbs and wear a 32C.

SHOP THE PIMA MICRO RIB LONG SLEEVE TEE > $32 USD (Available in three colours)



Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 2
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 2
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 2
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 2



I was so excited to test out Everlane’s washable silk collection because I love wearing it but the biggest barriers to getting more use out of my silk pieces is either the expense of dry cleaning or the hassle of hand washing. Thankfully, the washable collection eliminates both of those!

I’ve worn my Washable Silk Relaxed Shirt a couple of times already and I’m kind of obsessed with how it feels. It drapes like a traditional silk but has almost a suede-like texture to it. It feels less precious than other silk shirts in my closet so I won’t hesitate to wear it whenever the mood strikes.

While this particular one is new to me, silk shirts are a long standing fall staple. I love wearing them under sweaters with jeans on a casual day or tucked into a skirt with a belt and some cute flats for a work meeting. It’ll be perfect front tucked into my silk Florence pants under a wool duster vest or with black ponte pants and a long cardigan too. You can see a few different ways I like to style shirts in the fall in this post.

Note: I haven’t washed this shirt yet so I can’t comment on how it comes out, but I’ll add an update on here once I do.

FIT: I’m wearing a size 2 in the Washable Silk Relaxed Shirt. I’d say it’s more oversized than relaxed so for a more classic fit you might consider sizing down. For reference: I’m 5’7, about 125 lbs and wear a 32C.

SHOP THE WASHABLE SILK RELAXED SHIRT > $110 USD (Available in five colours)



Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3



The Boss Boot has been in my closet for 2 full years (gifted in 2017) and I still can’t wait to wear them this fall. I’d lusted after the Acne Studios Jensen boot for so long but at almost $600 USD they just weren’t a viable option. The Boss Boot has the same sleek shape and perfect proportions with what I think are even cleaner details like an inner zip, higher heel and straight line across the ankle.

These are definitely one of my most worn pairs of boots because they’re super comfortable, versatile and add a polished feel to any look. They have a couple of small scuffs on the toes but otherwise they still look great and both the heel and sole have withstood a lot of wear and walking. I haven’t been particularly careful with them and simply wipe off any dirt with a wet cloth and spray with salt/water protectant a couple of times each season.

There is a very good chance that Everlane has a fabulous new boot style up their sleeves this season but I’ll always keep my Boss Boots in rotation.

FIT: I wear a size 7 in the Boss Boot and in all Everlane footwear. I have a narrow instep but they’re not too loose. The leather is beautifully soft and has relaxed where needed but hasn’t stretched out too much. I can wear a dress or regular cotton sock without any issue.

SHOP THE BOSS BOOT > $225 USD (Available in several colours)

Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3



I declared my love for the Authentic Stretch Cigarette Jean a couple of months ago in this post but every time I share a look with the black denim version, I get lots of questions. They were my go-to jeans last fall and I have a feeling that will be happening again this year!

I really love how these jeans hug my curves without feeling tight and how the straight leg cut offers a contemporary take on a vintage shape. I also appreciate the effect of a button fly on a high-rise style because it helps the front lay flatter than a zip fly.

FADING: These jeans started out as a true black but the wash has faded a bit over time. I wish that wasn’t the case but it’s tough to keep denim from showing signs of wear some spots like the fly and pockets. I wash them as infrequently as possible and turn them inside out to help limit that amount of fading.

FIT: I have this denim style in a size 27 and I’m typically between a 26 and 27 in Everlane denim. These run TTS and are intentionally fitted through the waist, hip and thigh. The leg falls straight from the knee down for the classic ‘cigarette’ shape I’ve always loved on Audrey. Usually I need to have the waist taken in on high-waist pants but these fit perfectly, right out of the box! For reference: I’m 5’7, about 125 lbs.

SHOP THE AUTHENTIC STRETCH CIGARETTE JEAN > $78 USD (Available in three washes, two lengths and sizes 23-33)

Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3
Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3



Ah, cashmere, it’s been too long my friend! Being one of those perpetually cold people, I’ve genuinely missed wearing my sweaters and knits over the last few months and it was such a treat to pull out some of my favourites for this post! Everlane puts out a lot of great knitwear but my favourite styles by far are the Cashmere Crop Mockneck and the Cashmere Crew.

This sweater style is one of my favourites because the slightly cropped length makes it so easy to front tuck into high waisted or mid rise jeans but it also looks great left out. The slightly relaxed fit layers well while still being jacket friendly. The mockneck is great for extra coziness and I find it has a contemporary elegance to it too. The reverse stitched cuffs a ideal for folding over or pushing up as needed.

PILLING: I’ve had this sweater in my closet for almost two years now and other Everlane cashmere knits in my closet for twice that long. I’m very happy with how they’ve held up and compared to brands that retail for 5 times as much I’ve found that the quality is top notch. Pilling is something that’s going to happen with all cashmere, especially in high friction spots like under the arms. My recommendation is to use a sweater comb or dull razor to remove the pills.

Read more about How I Care for My Knitwear for some easy ways to look after your sweater collection without dry cleaning or much fuss involved.

FIT: I’m wearing a size Small in this sweater but often size up to Medium so I can layer comfortably over a fitted base tee. This helps with warmth, increased the number of wears between washes and improves the longevity of the sweater. For reference: I’m 5’7, about 125 lbs.

SHOP THE CASHMERE CROP MOCKNECK > $70 USD (ivory is almost sold out but there are more colour options in choose what you pay and a Cotton version is also available at $50 USD)

OUTFIT #3 DETAILS: CASHMERE CROP | DENIM JACKET | CIGARETTE DENIM gifted | BAG* vintage | BOSS BOOTS gifted | BELT | ARTWORK gifted | *Linked to similar

Style Bee - Everlane Fall Staples - Look 3


I hope you enjoyed this mini fall closet review! What are some of the pieces you can’t wait to wear again this season?

Any additional questions about these pieces? Let me know!


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  1. Kiran says:


    I’m a new reader and enjoyed this post. And I really like the flat ring you were wearing in some of the pictures. May I ask where it is from?

    It is lovely.

    Thank you!

  2. Ann says:

    Hi Lee! Thank you for your thoughtful posts and wonderful inspiration! Your blog has really helped me focus my style and invest in good pieces that work together. I’m in the market for a professional (but still comfortable) flat and would love to know what you think about the square toe croc flats. How do they compare to the modern loafer and day glove in terms of versatility and wearability? Thanks again!

    • Lee the Bee says:

      That’s great to hear Ann! I think the square toe croc would be a great professional flat. I’m wearing them today actually! I have found them very comfortable so far and they’ve been easy to break in. I haven’t done any super long walks in them though. I think they’re more polished than the Day Glove but a bit less comfy (although I found those took ages to break in) and they’re not as rigid or narrow as the loafer, which I had to have stretched in the toe by my cobbler. Oh and I mean, the croc leather is GORG! The perfect brown that’s not to yellow or too red. I hope that helps! xo

  3. Kaja says:

    Look 2 – so rétro ! Gorgeous ! Greetings from a regular reader 🙂

  4. Everlane has such beautiful clothing and so timeless. I really love that olive button down top with the white skirt.

    • Lee the Bee says:

      Thanks Julie! Saw the two hanging together and had to try it out. I agree that Everlane really does a great job creating timeless options that you can wear for a long time 🙂

  5. Julia says:

    hi lee! just wanted to say how much i appreciate your transparency working with brands. i love your content, and it is always good to know when it is produced in partnership. keep up the good work!!

  6. Chrissie Dyson says:

    When black jeans fade but are OK otherwise, it’s very easy to dye them. If there is contrasting top stitching then that will dye black too, however our black jeans tend not to have this. I usually use Dylon which goes in the washing machine. Always do a couple of empty machine washes afterwards to make sure the dye has been completely removed and give the drum, door and rubber door seals a good wipe to be on the safe side.

    • Kaja says:

      Hey… The idea sounds great, but the couple of empty machine washes seems very wasteful to me! There has to be a way to do this just by soaking and rinsing it by hand?

    • Lee the Bee says:

      Thanks for this idea Chrissie! My husband has re-dyed his black denim but I’ve never tried so maybe I will with these one day.

  7. Katherine says:

    What size do you wear in the denim jacket? I’ve always thought it looked too fitted on the everlane site, but I love the way you styled it!

    • Lee the Bee says:

      I have a size Small and it fits quite oversize. Everlane recommends ordering a size down for a more classic fit so I think that’s how they’ve styled the models. A little oversize is great for layering over sweaters and wider sleeved tops.

  8. Anna-Lena says:

    I am sooo impressed with the amount of work you put into your posts. Very inspiring, well done!

  9. Sarah Winton says:

    I’ve lusted after the Acne Jensen Boots for many years too!

  10. Paige says:

    Hello! What do you think about the small tote you’re carrying in some of the photos? I have been debating purchasing the black version. Seems like a fair price for the size and shape. Is the quality good?

    • Lee the Bee says:

      I have really liked the mini tote actually! I got it to test out (and maybe not keep) but I love the size and versatility of it so much. The leather is thinner than I expected but has held it’s shape well so far and it’s easy to wipe clean. I like the smooth texture and removable strap too. It’s a great practical option when you don’t want to haul a huge bag around but want enough your to bring what you need. Hope that helps!

  11. mary dolan says:

    hi lee! just curious about your opinion about everlane copying styles from small businesses and capitalizing on their success? for example they just released the texture cotton crop cardigan – which is a dead ringer for babaa sweaters (a tiny, family owned operation that hand makes all of their goods). i have mixed feelings about everlane in general but you seem to still be very loyal to them and you’ve always been very candid and honest. i’d love to know your thoughts!

    • Lee the Bee says:

      Hi Mary! Fair question 🙂 I’ve purchased Everlane product over a smaller brand’s version in the past and wrote about the thought process (ie: the Day glove).

      Of course, it’s not great when a large brand replicates something a small brand has been producing but at the same time I think price points for those pieces can be a barrier. So it’s a toss up. If someone is in a position to support the smaller brand they should go for it but if not and the garment is something they’ve been dreaming about and suits their needs then they should go for the one within their means.

      My general approach is to stick to the basics from Everlane rather than jump on the trendier pieces. Hope that makes sense!