If You Like Everlane, Then Try These Brands

Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour
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If you’re like us, then you’re a huge fan of Everlane . (You know, the relatively affordable brand that makes the best not-so-basic basics.) Everlane shoppers know that the brand’s pieces are constantly selling out—and for good reason. From its silk tops and tees to its trousers and shoes, everything the brand makes is an automatic home run (hence its loyal followers and waiting lists in the thousands). Everlane has been a pioneer in creating a new sort of luxury and accessibility of quality that is quite democratic. The brand doesn’t subscribe to a traditional collection release schedule, ensuring that it can drop new pieces when it believes in a product without being held to a calendar.

So whether you’re on a waiting list yourself or are simply looking to diversify your closet, we’re sharing five brands we think any Everlane lover would wear. These brands similarly offer wardrobe builders at a reasonable price point. We’ve got Aritzia, the Canadian brand well known for its fresh takes on basics that won’t make a major dent in your bank account, as well as Reformation, a favorite of ours for sustainable trend pieces as well as essentials, and more. Scroll on to discover and shop all five brands any Everlane fan would love.

1. Aritzia

Aritzia, the Canada-based retailer that boasts an impressive roster of covetable in-house brands and exclusives, is a mecca for simple yet statement-making knits, dresses, and separates that are perfect for work and the weekend.

Wilfred Dainty Cardigan ($98)

Wilfred Anthem Short ($98)

Tna Kait T-Shirt ($25)

2. La Ligne

Launched by former Vogue staffers, La Ligne nods to the timeless, classy feel that we love about Everlane. Expect reinvented staples and lots of stripes.

La Ligne Smocked Bodice Puff Sleeve Maxi Dress ($395)

La Ligne Wool & Cashmere Cardigan Sweater ($275)

La Ligne Charmeuse & Georgette Patchwork Silk Dress ($425)

3. Reformation

From celebs to editors, it seems that no one is immune to Reformation’s immense appeal. And while many think of the sustainable (and size-inclusive) line and immediately imagine only trend-forward pieces, the brand is actually a trove of amazing basics, too.

Reformation Zoe Skirt ($148)

The Reformation Ivie Dress ($278)

Reformation Zak Top ($78)

4. AYR

With the brand’s name standing for all year round, AYR’s versatile pieces really do work year-round. Consider it your new destination for elevated essentials.

AYR The Sizzle Pants ($225)

AYR The Long Weekend Dress ($265)

AYR The Jacuzzi T-Shirt ($75)

5. Totême

Elin Kling’s Totême is the quickest way to steal the It girl’s elegant, cool, and covetable style—all while investing in pieces you’ll wear for years to come.

Totême Stretch-Knit Bodysuit ($130)

Totême Ribbed Jersey Midi Dress ($330)

Totême Loreo Oversized Double-Breasted Woven Blazer ($700)

Shop My Favorite Pieces From Everlane

Everlane The Cashmere Crew Cardigan ($140)

Everlane The Wide Leg Chino ($68)

Everlane The Cashmere Wrap Sweater ($120)

Everlane The ’90s Cheeky Straight Jean ($78)

Everlane The Square Toe Flat ($75)

Everlane The Cotton-Linen Crew ($60)

Everlane The Easy Raglan Tee ($20)

Everlane The Kick Crop Work Pant ($50)

Everlane The Clean Silk Short-Sleeve Notch Shirt ($98)

Up next, nine basic outfits our editors wear over and over again.

This post was published at an earlier date and has been recently updated.

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