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Everlane Stocks Up on All the Cozy Basics You Need This Summer

Tank tops and T-shirt dresses for days.

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Everlane Stocks Up on All the Cozy Basics You Need This Summer

Tank tops and T-shirt dresses for days.

Hot summer days call for cozy attire that keeps you looking fresh and stylish without all the sweat — literally and figuratively. Having already launched a range of effortless shirt dresses and minimalist sandals, Everlane now makes warm-weather dressing even easier with a new lineup of must-have basics.

Crafted with finely ribbed pima cotton, the new drop features everyday wardrobe essentials including T-shirt dresses, tank tops, short-sleeved tees and more. Staying true to the brand’s less-is-more philosophy, all pieces are designed with neutral colors of white, light grey, soft pink and timeless navy blue. Scroll through above to see it for yourself.

Retailing between $25 USD and $35 USD, you can now shop these pieces at Everlane.

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