Is there any reason you should be spending more than $100 on a pair of jeans? I used to think so, but after discovering this pair of High-Rise Skinny Jeans in ankle length from Everlane for $68, I think I've changed my tune. Here's why: Jeans in general just don't cost that much to make. For example, because Everlane has transparent pricing, the company reveals that the "true cost" of making these quality, fabulous-fitting jeans is only $28. Traditional retail will sell these same jeans for $140, while Everlane offers them for $68. A quality bargain? I think so. Find them here.
I'm all about high waisted pants right now. For a long time I avoided them because they showed off my curves. Now, I'm embracing them...since they show off my curves. I'm finally at a point of accepting the shape of my body and I've finally realized that this silhouette is made for girls with curves.
I have two pairs of high waisted denim pants, but they cost me a bundle, so I've been looking to expand my wardrobe in an affordable way. That's where these Everlane jeans come into play. At only $68 (the company believes in transparency with their pricing, yay for them!), these are super affordable and well made. I had a chance to try them on recently at the new Everlane store in San Francisco and I was as impressed with them in person as I have been online.
Find these jeans here.
One of my favorite companies, Everlane, just released a new line of oxford women's shoes, and they are stunning. This admirable company offers transparent pricing (telling you how much things really cost and sell for), and they couple that with exquisite design and practical fashion. The result: a shoe that will carry you all over your city adventures and beyond. The blush version is my favorite. Check out the line here.
If you're a commuter, a city girl, or someone who hates carrying multiple bags (like me), this new release from Everlane is going to impress you. The company's new Modern Commuter Backpack has the practicality of a day pack, with an injection of style.
I'm especially partial to the gray color. It's a must-have with a cotton twill exterior, a side zipper pocket so you don't have to take off the backpack and kneel down in the middle of foot traffic, two roomy interior compartments (and a padded laptop sleeve), and two external pockets that are perfect for water bottles.
While it doesn't have the same pizzazz as a purse or tote, for a girl on the run with lots of stuff, this is your answer. And, if you're traveling this fall, this bag will hold everything you need.
Check it out here.