Everlane makes classic, everyday staples that will be your go-to’s for years. Everything they make is cool — the kind of cool that’s also comfortable and not try-hard — and Everlane’s radical transparency with regards to everything from manufacturing to pricing makes their products that much more enticing. The clothes are sourced from sustainable materials, with prices that won’t make you choose between new jeans and paying your mortgage. Everlane’s summer sale, on now, includes everything from linen button-downs to everyday shorts, at markdowns of up to 40 percent. Just note that in many cases, the sale doesn’t apply to select colors. All the items shown below make the cut. Grab these picks while you can.
This effortless short-sleeve linen button-down will look good with everything. Linen is naturally breathable and looks good wrinkled, making it the perfect low-maintenance Dad summer shirt.
A good pair of chino shorts can serve as the foundation of so many classic looks. This pair hits a few inches above the knee and has 6 percent elastane for just the right amount of stretch (read: comfort).
A linen button-down is a classic staple that every guy needs in his wardrobe. It can be dressed up or down and keeps you cool in the summer. This one is made from 100 percent linen and would normally retail for $100, but is on sale for $30.
The superfine weave on this 100 percent cotton tee adds a nice texture that makes for an uber-breathable fabric. Grab one in every color.
This french terry crewneck looks polished like a sweater but provides the comfort of a sweatshirt. Its lightweight cotton makes for a great summer layer.
These everyday white sneakers are made from recycled rubber and plastic and have an entirely offset carbon footprint. The leather exterior wipes clean, and the cushioned bottom adds extra comfort. They're said to run small, so size up.
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