Ok ok I normally don't do this, but since there are several things that are on sale at Everlane that I would actually recommend I just wanted to let y'all know in case you're interested.
Reviewed here. I use this bag a ton when traveling. It's the perfect bag that lays flat at your side when you're carrying just essentials, but it also expands to fit quite a bit! Plus the leather on this is so nice and surprisingly durable.
Reviewed here. So I have the Day Market Tote, but I really love the hardy leather that these totes are made of. It can take a lot of abuse and it's the most used item in my closet. This Magazine Tote is the perfect size for those who don't have to carry as much but still want a really useful daily tote.
Reviewed here. This is probably my oldest and most worn shoe from Everlane. It was one of the first things I reviewed! It has worn in well over time and it's easily my most comfortable loafer type shoe I have. I really loved this white and black version when it first came out and now it's finally for sale.
Reviewed here awhile ago. I really liked this striped version when it came out this past winter and it looks great on Helen here. If you've wanted to try Everlane's cashmere before, this is probably the best deal you'll find.
So I have the Modern Loafer Mule, which I reviewed here. This is the same thing with an extra tassel on top. I really like my loafer mules because I find Everlane's regular loafers to be too narrow for me, while these mules accommodate my wide-ish feet. They are kind of heavy with a tendency to clomp so they're not made for extensive walking.
Tomorrow, all of these will be consolidated on the CWYP page and I have a feeling Everlane will be making an announcement (so some of these will sell out fast). Also I used affiliate links in this post (and thank you to everyone who clicks and purchases through my links! I am always very grateful for your support!).
P.S. Also don't let Everlane make you feel any guilt about choosing the lowest price to pay. I think this Choose What You Pay scheme feels gimmicky in the marketing sense and I have no qualms paying the lowest price (especially since we're doing Everlane the favor here of buying stuff they made too much of, so their excess is their mistake).