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Updated: Aug 14, 2021

Everlane is a San Francisco based brand aiming to normalize transparency among the fashion industry. Here are 2 features that set Everlane apart from other sustainable brands:

  1. 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!

  2. Boasting their “radical transparency”, Everlane lets their customers know their exact costs of production for their most popular products in their About Us tab. They even compare their costs and markups against traditional retailers.

Our Favorites

We love Everlane’s versatile Perform Cropped Top! This lightweight top comes in three colors and is an essential piece to add to your wardrobe. It can be styled down as a sports bra with leggings and your favorite sneakers or styled up with a bold skirt and your favorite heels. This top is made with recycled nylon which reduces emissions by up to 80%, or 5.7 tons of CO2 emissions, per ton of nylon produced.

Why We Love Everlane


  • It's for everyone! They carry men and women's lines

  • Carry a variety of apparel, including athleisure

  • In fact, they carry just about everything from footwear to outerwear

  • Offers a wide range of deep neutral colors


  • Recycled fibers

  • Recycled plastic

  • FSC-certified paper

  • Certified organic cotton

  • Certified organic fiber

  • Regenerated nylon

  • 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:


Dahlia Certifications

  • Dahlia Certified

  • Closed Loop Water

  • Donates to Racial Justice causes

  • Donates to Social Justice causes

  • Donates to Environmental Initiatives

  • Renewable Energy Factories

  • Recycled Packaging

Third-Party Certifications

  • 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

  • OEKO-TEX® 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

Cover image: @maddy_macs

First image: @laurenelizabethross

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