Happy Thursday, everyone! Sorry for being a little MIA over here this week. Last night, we wrapped up that 3-Day work event I kept mentioning I was planning. It was incredibly successful (YAY!), but those extremely long days are always filled with a mix of emotions. That’s bound to happen when you’re in charge of 300 people from 7am to 11pm each night, right?! There’s the stress, an overload of details to manage, the occasional unhappy/rude person, things that don’t go according to plan, etc. On the other hand though, it’s also SO fun to see it all come together and hear the positive feedback from both fellow employees and our customers. You know, that weird mix of being both proud and exhausted at the same time?
Since things are shifting a bit moving forward (more on that soon!), I also decided to go out for a drink once all of my duties wrapped around 10:30 last night. Probably not my best choice since I was going on about 5 hours of sleep each night… but hey, it was fun! Pretty sure I’m just going to pass out right after dinner tonight ?
But this post isn’t all about work – it’s also about the perfect red and white shirt for the 4th of July!! Everlane launched their adorable new short sleeve Popover Shirt today and it’s both comfortable and patriotic! It definitely runs a little big and boxy, so I was excited that I could make it “petite-friendly” by rolling the sleeves a bit. Once I did that and tucked it into their white denim skirt, it was perfect. See, petite gals?! We can modify and style our way into making things work for us!
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If you’ve never heard of Everlane, you are in for a TREAT. I first became a fan when they launched their 100% Human Collection, and since then I’m always checking out their new products to look for petite-friendly pieces. Oh, and remember my ruby slippers?! That’s Everlane’s insanely comfy day heel. Obsessed.
But besides the cute merchandise, you should also know the other reasons why they’re a great brand to support. Everlane is dedicated to partnering with ethical factories with fair wages, reasonable hours and ideal working environments. On top of that, they sell directly to consumers, so they prices are super reasonable – especially for the quality you get!
What are you wearing this 4th of July?!
Also, are any of you Everlane fans? What have you bought from them? Give me all the deets!