I know Everlane to a lot of people is the gateway to ethical clothing because it's priced at a pretty accessible price point for many, but I also realize that's not true for everyone. So here's a quick round-up of some things that I like from Everlane that they recently added to their Choose What You Pay sale page. And of course if you're not in the market to buy anything, please don't buy it just because it's on sale.
Reviewed here. The cognac leather version of these has been my favorite heeled shoe from Everlane ever (even preferred over my Day Heels) because once I broke them in (about 4 hours in one day), they have been my most comfortable heels ever. It's one of those rare shoes that I will choose interchangeably with flats, and this is from someone who before Everlane, swore off all heels. I loved these shoes so much I bought a second pair in the natural suede (unfortunately before they went on sale, woomp woomp).
Reviewed here. This is another item I loved so much I purchased twice (first in white and then in the black). If I didn't already have two, I would definitely be tempted by this peach striped version now on discount. And just a note on sizing, I purchased the white one in a size smaller than my normal and found the fit to be great since I prefer my shirts to be less oversized.
Reviewed here. I added this to the line-up because it's perfect for back to school! This is an Everlane classic and I first reviewed this bag 2.5 years ago! Though I would note that this backpack isn't meant to be loaded with heavy books, but rather just a laptop and notebook (but do kids even carry heavy textbooks anymore?).
Reviewed here. I really love this style of Everlane tee with the high neckline. I wear these on days when I'm spending a lot of time outdoors and don't want any sun damage on my chest. For the micro stripe tee like this one I would probably size up to a medium for a looser fit.
Reviewed the Short Puffer here and the Lightweight Puffer here. I know it's a tad early to be planning for winter (did I just say let's relish the summer and not rush into fall, lol). But if you're in the market for a new winter puffer jacket, Everlane makes a great high quality one (and you can't beat these prices now). The short puffer is probably best for places with snow, while the lightweight puffer is perfect for our California winters.