Styling the New Everlane Wide Leg Pants

I’ve loved Everlane’s wide leg pants ever since they first launched years ago. I found them to be a flattering and affordable option to other wide leg crop styles (like the popular Kamm pants!). For at least the past year they’ve been discontinued and I was sooo sad because I needed to reorder them in a larger size (hello Covid + postpartum weight gain!). That’s why I was THRILLED to see them re-released this past month. I immediately ordered a pair and I’m excited to share an Everlane Wide Leg Pants outfit today!

Everlane Wide Leg Pants Outfit

Everlane Wide Leg Pants Outfit

Everlane Wide Leg Pants Review

There are a few difference between the old Wide Leg Crop Pants and the new Wide Leg Pants. First of all, the new wide leg pants are not cropped. At first I thought they were Wide Leg CROP Pants but when I got them they hit right around my ankle which seemed a lot longer than my old wide leg crop pants. Sure enough, the inseam on the new Wide Leg Pants is 28.5″ and the original Wide Leg Crop Pants is 26.5″. That’s fine with me because it makes these pants more wearable in the fall/winter. I’m also on the taller side so I appreciate the longer length (usually I have to order tall sizes in Everlane). However, if you are shorter, you might want to keep this in mind because these might be too long on you.

Everlane New Wide Leg Pants Review

The new Wide Leg Pants seem to have the same feel as the old pants – it’s a heavier cotton with a bit of stretch. Except the new pants are made from Organic Cotton. They are also more expensive at $98 instead of $68. The new Wide Leg Pants also have two little buttons for the closure instead of one larger button. I find the two little buttons annoying – it’s harder to button/unbutton them. I’m wearing the pants in the Kambaba color which is a nice dark green color. I don’t think they are as grey-green as they appear on the website. This is the perfect neutral shade to go with any top, IMO!

Sezane Leontine Jumper with Everlane Wide Leg Pants

Overall, I’m glad to have the wide leg pants back again. Like I mentioned above, I’ve gained weight so my old Wide Leg Crop pants are a little tight. Still wearable, but tight. I ordered the new pair in a size 6 and I definitely have more breathing room! However, I think I prefer the old wide leg pant style. It was a lot cheaper and I feel like they were more flattering. The new Wide Leg Crop pants don’t have the same butt-boosting look, IMO. I don’t know why – maybe it’s because I’m wearing a larger size now and it just doesn’t look the same. Also, those two little buttons annoy me…lol.

You can see me wearing the original Wide Leg Crop Pants in this post!

Sézane Leontine Jumper

I loooove the Sézane Leontine Jumper. I wear it a ton year round actually. It’s made from 100% cotton so it’s not super hot. But it has a nice drape to it and I love how it lays on the body – just effortlessy chic! I’m 99% sure I’m going to pick it up in the navy stripe version as well.

Sézane Leontine Jumper Sweater

You can see me style the Leontine Jumper in this post as well. And in the winter you can layer button down shirts underneath for added warmth. This sweater is definitely one of my top picks from Sézane (and I have A LOT of Sézane pieces).

Outfit Details: Sézane Sweater || Everlane Pants || Everlane Loafers

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