I like to do this kind of post every once in awhile since 1) I know that even though Everlane is on the affordable side of the ethical fashion spectrum, not everyone can afford Everlane at full prices and 2) I do so many reviews that sometimes it’s hard to tell what are the real winners that I love and would recommend to my friends (ie you guys). Plus who doesn’t want to purchase a great quality item at a discounted price from a brand that cares about the welfare of their workers? So here are some of my picks that are currently available from their CWYP sale (and I always recommend paying their lowest price—don’t fall for paying for more out of any sense of guilt or obligation because who are they kidding, they’re trying to move these items out of their stock).
You can read my review of them here. I love my pale rose Day Heels and wear them whenever I want to dress up a little and wear heels. There is a short breaking in period but after that, they’re so comfortable even for my wide feet. The block heels are perfect for stability and I love the casual rounded toe. They no longer have them in the color I have but that oxblood color (linked in the header above) is such a great color for fall/winter.
Reviewed here. So I mentioned this already but these are my go-to shoes when I want a little lift. I love these more than my Day Heels and these are the only heels I’ll wear interchangeably with flats. There’s a brief breaking in period with these but trust me, once you wear them for a couple hours they’ll be the most comfortable heels ever. They previously only had the suede version on sale but now they have these cognac leather ones for sale now too (and I think the leather version is way better than the suede one). They are my second most worn pair of Everlane shoes after Everlane’s old Street Sandals (no longer produced).
Reviewed here. These were my third most worn pair of Everlane shoes and my favorite summer sandals. Not only were they really comfortable but I got a lot of compliments on them as well. Also I favor the woven leather version over the suede even though they’re a tad more expensive because the woven leather version has give and thus are way more comfortable on my wide-ish feet (I tried the suede version in the V heels and found they had minimal give). If you live in California or another warm climate than the black version of these could probably take you through fall to early winter since the covered toes will keep your feet warm enough (and I wonder how they’d look with socks and ankle length pants—I might have to give that a try).
Reviewed here. I love my modern loafer mules and wear it pretty often when I know I won’t be walking around a ton (usually for short errands that involve driving). These would also make awesome office shoes since they look professional but they’re also slip on. I just wouldn’t walk around in them because they can be quite heavy and since they’re mules you do have to drag your feet a bit to keep them on. You know, you gotta do the mule shuffle lol. If I’m walking around a lot, my go to mules are Everlane’s Boss Mules (reviewed here) because they’re so much lighter and easier to walk around in. But I just really love the look of these modern loafer mules and they work so much better for my wide feet than the regular modern loafers.
So this is what I’ve been waiting for—this overpriced but good shirt to go on sale. When I originally reviewed it (here) I liked the shirt though I didn’t think it was worth the original $75 dollars (that’s only $3 less than their Utility Jacket that was so much more substantial and useful). And as I predicted, not a lot of people probably purchased it at that price. Well now it’s $53 which is a lot more reasonable for a shirt (though still a bit high). I originally tried a size 0 (which was way too small and smaller than my usual size 4—but it said oversized and I wanted a more fitted shirt). I then tried a size 2 in store and that was much better, so if you want a less oversized look I would go one size down. If you like the oversized look, stick with your true size (which is what I ended up doing when I re-purchased this because of my current preggo status). If $53 is still high for you, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the price go down further if you don’t mind waiting another couple of months.
And that’s it, that’s all I see on their current page that I would recommend. Yes, it’s a bit shoe heavy but I have to say Everlane makes some of the best valued Italian leather shoes. And though their original selections (ie the modern loafer) used to cater to the narrow-footed, the ones above all work with my wide and getting -wider-by-the-week feet (due to pregnancy).