Everlane is known for dependable, minimal basics that come at hard-to-beat prices. Whether you’re new to the brand or one of its (many) devotees, you should consider adding it to your Black Friday shopping spree.
In 2019, Everlane held its first Cyber Monday promotion, which included discounts on coats, boots, jeans, cashmere, and more. And in 2020, the brand fully committed to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping tradition and offered discounts on an array of products throughout weekend. Last year? You guessed it! More sales! So it’s not a big stretch to expect the same kind of deals this year. Even better? A fresh crop of deals can already be snagged in the retailer’s sale section.
Esquire has already begun to gather the best deals in tech, home goods, and fashion to help you start to strategize for all of your Black Friday shopping needs. And with deals for under $25 already live (in addition to other savings), Everlane’s sale section is a smart place to start shopping now if you don’t want to wait another week.
As we perused the sale section, we counted over 70 items with discounts up to 60 percent off, including everything from sneakers and sweatpants to hoodies and T-shirts. One more important factor we should mention: Everlane is known for selling out of items pretty quickly, and it’s reasonable to expect that during this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, items will fly off the (digital) shelves with all due speed.
Oh. Wait. One more thing we should mention: Ahead of Black Friday, Everlane is hosting three days of deals on some of the brand’s most popular items. Here’s how it breaks down:
Wednesday, November 16
Everlane’s popular waffle tees and hoodies are 2 for $70 (just one waffle hoodie is normally $75, so this is a steal)
Thursday, November 17
Mix and match loungewear and track suit separates, 2 for $100
Friday, November 18
Take 25% off cold weather accessories
Whether you’re shopping for yourself of a loved one for the holidays, check out Everlane for some steals on versatile closet staples.
Jacorey Moon is a commerce editor at Hearst Magazines, where he covers small businesses, LGBTQ-owned businesses, BIPOC-owned businesses, fashion and grooming.
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