Everlane Wants You to Remember What Real Pants Are

The brand's bestselling jeans are on sale for one week.

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(Image credit: Everlane)

Like a good neighbor, Everlane has always been there for us. When we were on the hunt for a flattering pair of jeans (opens in new tab) that hug you in all the right places (no pesky back gap here!), they delivered. When we wanted to wrap ourselves in luxurious cashmere for half the cost we'd pay elsewhere, they gave us a wealth of baby soft styles to choose from. And now, when a global pandemic has the entire world world anxious, the eco-friendly and socially-conscious brand is bringing us some good news: Everlane's best-selling denim styles are on sale.

This isn't just any sale: Everlane's denim is running for a cool $50. Why?

"We want to offer you meaningful value in uncertain times," the brand said in a statement. "We always provided value through transparent pricing. But during this period we want to give back more to our customers."

But no pressure: Not only are select styles $50, but Everlane is giving you an entire week to decide whether you want to buy two (or four), ending on March 22. If you've found yourself becoming averse to skinnies, Everlane's kick crop and cheeky bootcut are a part of the $50 selection as well.The super-straight, skinny button fly, and high-rise in every wash imaginable are all there too.

I'd say "mic drop" but Everlane isn't done yet. From now until...whenever (?), the ever-reliable brand will begin to offer weekly promotions every Monday. So if you didn't snag a pair of jeans this week, maybe a discounted cashmere sweater or a relaxed-fit T-shirt in the coming weeks will help you feel more human in self-isolation. Until then, shop a few $50 styles below.

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Nerisha is the beauty commerce editor at ELLE.com, covering all things beauty (and fashion and music). She has a penchant for sneakers and nude lip glosses, and spends way too much time re-watching 90s sitcoms.