If you’re a fan of Everlane (like we know Meghan Markle is), then you’re probably familiar with Choose What You Pay. In case you need a refresher, it’s the sustainable fashion brand’s unique and clever strategy to get rid of all its overstocked items. And here’s how it works: Everlane marks down tons of items and gives shoppers three price options to choose from. As a brand that prides itself on transparency with customers about its production methods, it will tell you what your money goes toward based on the amount you choose to pay. Seems too good to be true, right?
That means if you opt to pay $84 for the ReCashmere Varsity Cardigan sweater (originally $128), then you’d be covering the basic cost to develop and produce that piece. The more you pay, the more money the company has to keep creating innovative, sustainable products. Regardless of what you select to pay, you’re still getting an insanely good deal!
What’s even more exciting is that Everlane just added a slew of new styles to its sale section, including jeans, sneakers, sweaters, and more. That also includes Meghan Markle’s popular olive green Japanese GoWeave jumpsuit — we’re adding it to our shopping carts ASAP, and you should too!
Scroll down to shop six of our top picks from Everlane’s Choose What You Pay sale before it ends, or before everything sells out!
Buy It! The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit, $60, $72, or $84 (orig. $120); everlane.com
Buy It! The ReCashmere Varsity Cardigan, $84, $96, or $108 (orig. $128); everlane.com
Buy It! The Trainer in White, $59, $69, or $79 (orig. $98); everlane.com
Buy It! The Teddy V-Neck Sweater, $58, $66, or $75 (orig. $88); everlane.com
Buy It! The Mid-Rise Skinny Jean, $48, 55, or $62 (orig. $68); everlane.com
Buy It! The Boss Bag, $158, $180, or $203 (orig. $225); everlane.com
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