My Picks in the Everlane Choose What You Pay Sale

everlane choose what you pay summer 2018

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Everlane’s Choose What You Pay Sale

started something like a month ago, but it’s ok to be a little late to the game. June is not exactly prime time for adding things to your closet, but late July is, at least in my view.

I woke up this morning thinking I was going

back to school

soon. There’s a chill in the air thanks to a cold front that blew in last night, and you can feel the calm-before-the-storm anticipation of fall. Never mind that I haven’t gone back to school in eight years.

Since shopping more intentionally, I have begun to embrace off-season shopping. If you know what you like, why not buy the sweater in July?

Everlane Choose What You Pay Picks

Cotton Striped Tee Dress, $25


have this

and its the perfect weekend lounge dress that’s still suitable for grabbing lunch or walking around town.

Splitneck Jean Dress, $60

This would look great over leggings or black jeans in the fall.

Silk Sleeveless Square Shirt, $55

A classic silhouette to tie at the waist or tuck into a skirt.

Cashmere Crop Mockneck Sweater, $60


have this one

, too, and it is so fashion-y. Looks great with mid and high rise denim, or swinging over a vintage dress.

Cashmere Crew, $65

Available in color-block, too, the cashmere crew is one of Everlane’s earliest pieces and the fit is classic and streamlined. I own

this in pink

and dappled gray.

Wool-Cashmere Square Crew, $69

If you want a truly warm sweater that air can’t squeeze through in the winter, the wool-cashmere is for you. I have an earlier version of this sweater and its often the only sweater I bring with me when I travel in the winter.

everlane choose what you pay 2018 my 6 picks

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