Everlane relaunched their silk collection this week with the name Clean Silk and the tagline “More beauty. Less waste.” The company now uses safer dyes and has moved production to a more energy-efficient, LEED-Certified factory. By 2020, they aim to use silk grown from regenerative organic farming, and by 2022, their goal is to use silk dyed and washed with 100% recycled water and 100% renewable energy. (You can find more brands who’ve made a commitment to sustainability in our Slow Fashion Shopping Guide.)
One of the new Clean Silk offerings is this pretty boatneck blouse. It’s described as having a square fit — and it seems to look different in each photo, somehow — but I think the front seam breaks it up a bit and helps make it look less boxy (as does the silk itself). The sleeves are described as “voluminous,” but I wouldn’t go that far — I think the shape is subtle and a good match for the rest of the top. I like the boatneck, too. The blouse comes in sizes 00–16 in four colors: a light lavender, mustard, black, and white. Note that black is the only option that doesn’t appear to be somewhat sheer — so either stick to that for work or wear a camisole. Clean Silk Boatneck Blouse
A plus-size option is at Nordstrom.
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