These days, we’ll take all the retail therapy we can get. And just in case we needed a reason to justify our spending habits, tons of brands have been having great sales. The latest of which is Everlane with its “Choose What You Pay” Event. Now through May 17, shoppers can score up to 50 percent off full price items—including Meghan Markle’s favorite jumpsuit. The “choose what you pay” aspect means that you can choose between one of three price points, the lowest of which covers basic production costs while the highest contributes towards office overhead and future production, too. And regardless of which option you choose, you’ll be scoring a major discount.
Here, five items from the sale that are in our cart right now.
1. The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit
It’s not every day that one of Markle’s favorite styles goes on sale, so we’re gonna take advantage of it. Plus, we have a feeling that throwing on the occasional jumpsuit is about as “dressed up” as we’re going to get this summer.
2. The Tank Bra
Branded content editor Roberta Fiorito dubs this one of her best quarantine purchases, and she’s totally convinced us to buy one too. We stopped wearing real bras over a month ago, but it would be nice to have a little support.
3. The ReNew Fleece Oversized Sweatshirt
Dare we say we’re getting tired of wearing tie-dye sweatshirts? This simple oversized fleece sweatshirt is a welcome departure from the rather loud trend.
4. The Trainer
The Asics we bought in the fall are looking pretty sad, so it’s time for an upgrade. These babies have a full-grain leather upper and soles made from a combination of natural and recycled rubber. They’ll look super cute on our daily social distancing walks around the neighborhood, too.
5. The Linen Pant
Everlane calls them “the perfect summer pant” and we couldn’t agree more. Between sitting in them all day to WFH and throwing them over our bathing suit post tanning in the backyard, we have a feeling we just found a replacement for our sweatpants.
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