Everlane boosts the sale of designer quality clothing and accessories without the designer price (or brand name). I’m unsure what they mean by designer quality without the designer costs because the prices are still astronomical. Yes, they are much cheaper than a lot of the brand names, but don’t be mistaken in thinking they are cheap by any means.
If you’re a crafty shopper, you can get designer clothing for just a portion of the retail price. For example, many J. Crew things goes on sale and then there is that additional 50% off final sales at some point. Combine that with the occasional deals or the amazing 15% discount if you are a student. Not a student? Send your teenage kid to do your shopping. 😉
I will have to give Everlane a try at some point to test the quality and design, but I can’t say it’s something I’m excited to try. “Basic” should not have to cost this much unless it is going to last me many years. And from what I’ve gathered from my reading, “many years” is not something I should be expecting from Everlane or most cotton basics.
Style.com says of Everlane: “We just never understood why the
most beautiful and simple products
needed to cost so much. We’ve just
cut out the middlemen so we can
take smaller margins without
sacrificing on quality at all.”
Have you bought anything from Everlane.com? Would you ever?
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