Everlane Cropped Cashmere sweater | size small, purchased with credits at Everlane
Zady organic cotton shirt | size medium, gift from Zady to review
Eileen Fisher slouchy pants | on sale at Nordstrom!! I’m wearing a petite large (also at Bloomingdale’s for 25% off w/F&F)
Sydney Brown vegan clogs | sustainable, made in the US
Kristen Elspeth necklace
So, here’s the third way I’ve worn the Everlane cropped cashmere sweater. I think in this example you can see more what I mean about how the sweater doesn’t drape very well in the back, and thus “sticks” more to whatever layer I’m wearing underneath.
Perhaps if I got the medium it would drape better in the back, but then it would probably also be too long in the arms, and droopy at the shoulders and not fit like I want it to – like a TRUE cropped sweater. As it is, I don’t really mind it like this, slightly clingy. I personally like this sweater best with my first outfit, the Kit & Ace pants, and will probably wear it most often with those, or over one of my long fitted JP dresses. With those things, there’s no clingy-ness with the sweater – it fits beautifully as-is.
That said, I do think I’d like to try the medium anyway, just to see how it fits. It may be that it’s just a little more drapey in the back without being much too big at the shoulders or in the arms, or NOT cropped anymore; I won’t know until I try. And it’ll give me a chance to try the burgundy color…