You can officially consider Everlane as your one-stop-shop for all things minimal. From cozy T-shirts to bags and even shoes, the San Francisco-based brand has long been a go-to for the essentials. Now, it’s expanding into denim starting September 7.
The new collection stays true to all things Everlane, being sustainably made while still maintaining quality, both at a decent price. For transparency’s sake, each pair of jeans is made from premium 11-ounce Japanese denim fabric at a Silver LEED-certified factory in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. This means that the factory, which uses alternative energy, recycles 98-percent of its water and air dries each garment. For $68 USD a pair, Everlane is doing its part to save the world — and save you from splurging.
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