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10 Everlane Essentials You Need for Fall

It’s no secret that we at Jetsetter are obsessed with Everlane. The brand makes the perfect easy weekend clothes, affordable work basics, and other wardrobe essentials, all using sustainable practices and transparent pricing. You can’t go wrong with anything from the site, but if you want a few great places to start, we rounded up our favorite buys for fall—all with top-notch reviews.

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The Tread Trainer

Everlane’s latest and greatest? The Tread Trainer. The brand-new shoe is the company’s first foray into the sneaker game, and it’s already racked up a 4.63-star rating on the site. The leather trainer is made to last and uses 54% less virgin plastic than others of its kind. It comes in 14 cool colors (across three collections), but we’re grabbing the new dark Raven shade first this season.

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The Cheeky Straight Jean

Straight leg jeans are undoubtedly the look du jour, but it’s tough to find ones as flattering as these. Everlane’s Cheeky Straight Jean fits the bum perfectly, with slightly higher-set pockets that give a lifted look. The jean comes in five different washes, including faded indigo and black, and both ankle and regular lengths.

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The Luxe Cotton Crop Tee

For casual weekend hangouts, we love tucking the Luxe Cotton Crop Tee into jeans. The smooth cotton is soft as can be, and the roomy cut is just right for that not-trying-too-hard look.

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The Form Bag

Meet your new everyday purse. The Form Bag is made from 100% Italian leather and has an adjustable strap that can be worn on the shoulder or as a crossbody. The dark green shade packs a punch for fall, while the classic black and brown versions earn major points for versatility.

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The Easy Chino

It has “easy” in its name for a reason: this pull-on chino works effortlessly with just about anything. Dress it down with a tee, dress it up with a blazer—the cotton twill looks cool no matter how you wear it.

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The ReCashmere Varsity Cardigan

Cardigans are having a major moment—they're undoubtedly the most popular sweater among the style set this season. We adore the old-school style of Everlane's, with its chunky rib detailing and V cut. Plus, as part of the brand's new ReCashmere line, this version uses recycled Italian yarn for 50% less environmental impact. 

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The Japanese GoWeave Short-Sleeve Wrap Dress

Consider this the perfect plane dress. Everlane’s Japanese GoWeave material is drapey yet wrinkle-resistant, just right for when you need to go straight from the airport to a dinner or meeting. The fabric is used in several silhouettes, but we love the Short-Sleeve Wrap Dress for its elegant midi length, flattering tie waist, and V neckline. Layer a cardigan or denim jacket on top for early fall days.

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The Boss Boot

These block heel booties make even the most heel-hesitant folks confident enough to strut around in style. The 2-inch height is super walkable, and the pointed toe is totally on-trend.

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The Drape Trench Coat

Ask any style expert, and they’ll tell you a trench coat is a must for fall days and cooler evenings. Everlane’s has a chic relaxed fit and a water-resistant finish to brave any storm.

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The Italian GoWeave Easy Pant

Our go-to office bottom, the Italian GoWeave Easy Pant embodies a European sensibility with its clean pleats and smooth lightweight wool. The best part? It’s hard to choose between the elastic waistband and roomy pockets.

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