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There’s no denying that having a closet full of statement clothes is fun, but having quality basics at the ready is what can make your morning routine a lot smoother. While style is all about personal taste, putting together an outfit with a few solid basics is an easy formula for creating a chic look.
If your own wardrobe is in need of a few fresh staples, now is a great time to stock up, seeing as Everlane’s sale section is chock-full of marked-down basics. Known for its minimalist designs and neutral color palette, Everlane is consistently a go-to retailer to visit when a plain white T-shirt or unembellished jeans are needed.
If you’re new to Everlane, its mission is worth noting. The brand partners with ethical factories around the world that prioritize factors like fair wages and reasonable work hours. Everlane also is passionate about using the right materials so it can continue to produce clothes that will last much longer than a season in terms of both style and quality, so you can truly feel confident about your purchase.
And while the brand’s prices rarely top $100 outside the shoe department, we’ve scoured its sale section for the best pieces for women and men that are now under $50. Keep scrolling to shop some of the top selects that are on sale now.
Best Everlane sale finds for women
The Long-Sleeve Ribbed Scoop-Neck Tee, $26 (Orig. $40)
The Forever Sneaker, $48 (Orig. $65)
The Vintage V-Neck Hemp Tee, $37 (Orig. $50)
The Track High-Waist Pant, $46 (Orig. $78)
The Pima Micro-Rib Short Tank, $30 (Orig. $40)
Best Everlane sale finds for men
The ReNew Air Pant, $37 (Orig. $75)
The Flannel Popover Shirt, $42 (Orig. $85)
The Waffle Lounge Jogger, $34 (Orig. $68)
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