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Meghan Markle’s style is all about practical, sustainable, and classic staple pieces, so it makes sense that she’s been a longtime supporter of Everlane. Meghan chose Everlane’s Editor slingback flats for a long day of walking around during her royal tour of Johannesburg. She paired the Persimmon flats with a black shirt dress for a pop of color.
Trust us — you’ll want to take advantage of the deal. The comfortable suede flats feature a pointed toe, low heel, and square opening to flatter the foot. Made from responsibly sourced Italian leather, Everlane is transparent about manufacturing costs, materials, and production.
The flats are available at three prices starting at $109, which Everlane says covers the basic costs to develop, produce, and fulfill the product. The next price option, $117, puts the additional $8 toward office overhead. The third price option, $124, puts the additional $15 toward office overhead and future product development.
Actually, Meghan brought a few of Everlane’s best items with her on her royal tour of Africa, like The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit ($120), and The Editor Flats in a now sold out color — what did we tell you about jumping on these sales?
Meghan incorporates Everlane into nearly every comfortable outfit she wears, from The Cashmere Crew sweater in Light Oatmeal ($100) on a flight to London to The High Rise Skinny Jean in Black ($68) and The Day Tote in Cognac ($168) at the Invictus Games. If it’s good enough for Meghan, we need to get our hands on it.
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