Everlane is a San Francisco based brand aiming to normalize transparency among the fashion industry with their “radical transparency” movement. Their factories tab contains detailed descriptions on how they sourced all their factories. Customers are able to read real accounts from the factory owners, many of whom are women! Everlane manages their global supply chain by limiting chemical usage, utilizing water-saving techniques, and providing livable wages and benefits. The clothes at Everlane are high quality, and more affordable than other similar brands. Everlane has everything from office wear, casual clothes, loungewear, and activewear. We love that they are about closet staples and building a wardrobe that can be worn any day of the week.
We love Everlane’s Cutaway Tank Bodysuit! It is a perfect basic for your closet which you can dress up with a blazer or dress down with a button up. It is made with a blend of soft Supima®cotton and stretchy elastane to create a soft and durable product. The bodysuit features a thong or bikini cut with a classic crew neckline and form-fitting shape. Everlane provides exactly which factory each product is manufactured in.
The Cutaway Tank Bodysuit is perfect when paired with The Way-High Jean. It is the perfect jean for every season. It comes in an assortment of washes, and sizes, with three different inseams. Ranging from sizes 23 to 35, there is a perfect fit for everyone. With 98% organic cotton, and 2% elastane for more comfort and stretch. These jeans are manufactured with carbon emissions reduced by 80%
Why We Love Everlane
It's for everyone! They carry men and women's lines.
In fact, they carry just about everything from footwear to outerwear and accessories.
Offers a wide range of deep neutral colors
Casual clothes for women
Certified organic cotton
Certified organic fiber
Recycled cashmere and wool
Has a goal to be 100% landfill-free
Has a reusable shipping carton program
Renewable energy certificates (RECs) for 100% of the power used at stores and offices.
No New Plastic commitment (2018): eliminate all virgin plastic from their supply chain by 2021. Click here to see their progress since then.
They have a "strict compliance audit to account for ethical practices on-site" including fair wages, reasonable hours, and environment
With this audit, every factory must meet a score of at least 90
DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) tab on their website that explains practices to establish safe spaces for employees to provide feedback, creating new employee handbooks and onboarding processes, etc.
Brought in third party companies to help with DEI, including anti-racism training.
Racially diverse models but not many plus size ones
Has detailed descriptions on their website for sustainability practices but otherwise not much community engagement.
*In the spirit of complete transparency, we are aware of the doubt behind Everlane. We stand behind them as a brand, but to read more you can visit: https://imperfectidealist.com/is-everlane-actually-ethical/
Closed Loop Water
Donates to Racial Justice causes
Donates to Social Justice causes
Donates to Environmental Initiatives
Renewable Energy Factories
GOTS-Certified Organic Cotton
Bluesign® Systems Partner
Cradle to Cradle Gold Certification
California Prop 65 Prohibited Chemicals Free
Free of Consumer Product Safety Commission Banned Substances
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals Certified
Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals Contributor
Global Recycling Standard Certification for recycled materials
Five Freeoms of Animal Welfare Certified
Responsible Wool Standard Non-mulesed wool Certified
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Certified Factories
Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production Certified
Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit
Zero Distributor Waste to Landfills
Global Fashion Agenda Associate Member
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