Meghan Markle's favorite sustainable brand Everlane has 40% off wardrobe essentials

Meghan Markle's favorite sustainable brand Everlane has the chicest basics around like her favorite jeans and knitwear that's chic and cozy

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Wheelchair Tennis on day 3 of the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 at Nathan Philips Square on September 25, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. The Games use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for the Armed Forces.
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Everlane has long been a fashion industry secret on the other side of the pond. Selling premium-quality basics without the premium price tag, they're a one-stop-shop for elegant, pared-back style. 

Black Friday may be over but there are still exclusive offers available and bargains to be had. Famed for selling the best cashmere, the best winter coats, Everlane is also offering some of the best Cyber Monday deals too! 


, Now  $58

The Authentic Stretch High-Rise Skinny, Was $78 (£76), Now  $58 (£57) | Everlane

Meghan's favorite pair of jeans is a skinny fit, slim at the ankle, and sits high on the waist. It's available in size and height inclusive sizes too.


Known for their elegant, ethical basics, US-based brand Everlane has found firm fans in everyone from Meghan Markle to Angelina Jolie. And now the brand has slashed their prices on some items by up to 40%. 

Offering customers amazing savings on everything from gorgeous cashmere jumpers to premium-quality jeans, this isn't one you want to miss. There are some gorgeous pieces for your autumn/winter wardrobe on offer in this one. 

The basics brand shot to international attention back in 2017, when Meghan Markle was photographed carrying the brand's affordable Day Market Tote in her first official appearance with Prince Harry, at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

Meghan has since gone on to wear the brand on numerous occasions, gaining it many fans along the way. We're especially loving their great selection of knitwear—perfect for the colder weather!

Shop some of the picks of the best pieces to buy in the Everlane sale below.

Go on, treat yourself...

, Now  $30

The Cinchable Chore Jacket, Was $88 (£85), Now $30 (£29) | Everlane

The Cinchable Chore Jacket is the perfect transitional staple, thanks to its light cotton canvas fabric and adjustable shape. It features a classic point collar, a clean button front, four traditional chore pockets (three exterior and one interior), a hidden drawcord at the waist, and a slightly longer length for easy layering.



, Now  $74

The Put-Together Pleat Pant, Was $88 (£85), Now $74 (£71)  | Everlane

Featuring easy pleat detailing and a just-right taper, the Put-Together Pleat Pant adds polish to any look. Plus, it’s made of elegant, drapey lyocell—a fabric that moves with you, lays beautifully, and feels comfortable all day long. 


, Now $90

The Fatigue Short-Sleeve Jumpsuit, Was $120 (£117), Now $90 (£80) | Everlane

The Organic Cotton Fatigue Short-Sleeve Jumpsuit features a classic mandarin collar, an oversized front patch pocket, elongated short sleeves, a zip front, a cinched waist with a removable tie-front belt, handy side pockets, and a relaxed curved leg.



, Now $105

The Cloud Turtleneck, Was $150 (£146), Now $105 (£103) | Everlane

The chunky sweater of your dreams. Made of an extra-cozy blend of merino wool, pima cotton, and alpaca yarn, the Cloud Turtleneck has all the warmth of a bulky sweater with a weightless, cloud-like feel.

So stop while you can, because this brand's sale might be ending soon, but their styles never stop being fabulous!

Kate McCusker
Kate McCusker


Kate is a freelance contributor to woman&home, covering everything she loves most: fashion, fiction, and fancy face cream. If she’s not working, she’s probably reading, feeding her online shopping addiction, or judging the taste level of celebrity houses (10/10 for Dakota Johnson, 2/10 for Tan France).


She graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2020 with a BA in fashion journalism, and her byline has also appeared in British VogueThe Times, and Marie Claire.