These Everlane shorts are $45 and they are MAGIC. The waist is elastic, which basically means they feel like pajamas, yet here they are looking chic with a cami and blazer. These are the kind of shorts you can wear on a date and also to the park with your kids (and I have done both, actually). They look good with shirts tucked in or let hanging loose and wash like a dream (on cold, hang dry!). Yes, it’s also shorts weather, still–and it will be well into September so hold on to your shorts and don’t let go of summer; I’m not ready to see it go.
Also check out five Everlane favorites I’ve been loving this summer (photos below):
Lightweight Wide-Leg Crop – As you know by now, I LOVE the Everlane wide-leg crop. They’re a very heavy and sturdy cotton, so they released a lightweight pair for spring and summer. This are great and just a little more breathable. Will I give up my beloved original wide-leg crops? Never. But it’s nice to have a lightweight, chino option on a hot, summer day (especially if you work at an office and commute in this heat!) . PS. I can’t wait to wear them during the fall with booties and loafers.
Air Silk Cami – Another piece that I’ve beaten to death on here BUT I’ve only ever had it in one color–the light, dusty pink. I finally sprung for another color that I could wear now and during fall and am loving this military green. These camis are so damn versatile and I find myself reaching for them all the time. And I have other camis that I spent WAY more money on, yet these are just as gorgeous and have held up beautifully.
Japanese Go-Weave Cami – This cami isn’t silk, but it is a heavy crepe that hangs on the body really nicely. The fabric has wrinkle hesitant properties making it a great choice for work (or for those who are scared of silk). Yes, this pink is intense (but fun) so if you want a basic that you’ll wear to death, go for black.
Cotton Picnic Dress – This dress has been an easy one to throw on this summer. It’s flattering, feminine, and perfect for just about any occasion. I personally love it without the belt, but you can’t go wrong if you decide to use it! I don’t have that defined of a waist naturally, so I love that this dress creates that illusion.
Poplin Wrap Top – Bonus info for my blog readers: I’ll be styling this top on IG stories today. You all LOVED when I wore it during last week’s #shopyourclosetseries and received so many messages telling me how much you loved this so I thought I’d give it some love on stories this week! Poplin is so chic–it’s crisp enough for work and cool enough to wear with jean shorts.
*Thanks to Everlane for sponsoring this post!