Hi everyone! It's been busy busy here at the Airstream rental garage and with our impending move out of our house. But of course, I still need to get my Everlane fix so here's a quick review of Everlane's Pima Stretch mid-sleeve shirt. First a note about the size: I usually wear a size 4 or small on most tops including Everlane. But this is the first shirt from Everlane where I needed to size up. These shirts are super fitted (when I wore the small it looked like the top half of a leotard. And now that I see the shirt on the Everlane model, I'm sure it's not a coincidence that the skinniest of their models is the one wearing this). Luckily I ordered both a small and a medium and was able to see that though the medium is also quite fitted, it wasn't as Spanx-like as the small.
-The Pima cotton is super soft (as expected of Pima from Peru) and the stretchiness of the cotton makes the shirt really comfortable. The material is thin but seems durable enough.
-I think the scoop neckline and sleeve length are both really flattering. (Sorry didn't have time to take any pictures, but I'll try!). Overall the cut is feminine and really flattering (for my more skinny days. I don't recommend wearing this shirt to go eat a buffet).
-Other than the sizing issues, the only real con I think for this shirt is specifically for the white pima shirt: it's super sheer. I'm sticking to the black and grey colors for this shirt.
Overall, I think these are great shirts and a good alternative to the Everlane cotton V-neck and U-neck shirts I usually wear. The cut of the Pima shirt is most like the drop-shoulder t-shirt but the Pima version is a lot more fitted and softer. I'm pretty sure I'll be adding these Pima shirts to my rotation of daily Everlane shirts I wear and I'm excited to see Everlane expanding their network of ethical factories (I always like to scan their factories page and this Peru one sounds exceptional!). As always, reviews are done on items I've purchased for myself and are not sponsored. Check out my other Everlane reviews here and Everlane's items (referral link). Thanks for reading!