Everlane is Putting a Major Discount on (Almost) Everything for 48 Hours Only

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Everlane is Putting a Major Discount on (Almost) Everything for 48 Hours Only
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It was an unusually warm December in New York, but that description hasn’t lasted into the new year. Case in point: the wind-chill hovering around zero this past weekend (I walked to the thermostat and raised it to a sensible 74 degrees). Winter has officially come, it’s here, and it ain’t going anywhere anytime soon.

If you’ve been following our programming for the past few months, then you’re more than prepared. From trousers and sweats to coats and hoodies to beanies, we gathered the best of the best to keep you warm and cozy. And a common denominator in many these roundups is Everlane, because the brand is, simply put, a winner when it comes to wintry stuff. But if you missed our memos, don’t fret; we’ve gathered all the styles from the label and collected them into one place. What’s more, all of ’em are now 25 percent off.

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This is perhaps the one time that your procrastination has paid off, because you now can get your hands on a sleek waffle henley, shawl cardigan, cable-knit crewneck, performance jean, and a mighty fine parka all at discount. From Jan. 17 to 18, the entire—again, entire—lineup of normally full-price items is on sale. This is a rarity, folks; Everlane is just so good that it seldom needs markdowns to move products. And if you need help sifting through everything, we corralled 15 essentials you need this winter. So get to it, cop the necessities, bundle up, and save yourself some coin on that electric bill.

The Organic Cotton Ribbed Crew Sock 3-Pack

The ReNew Fleece Pullover

The Slim Fit Performance Chino

The Heavyweight Overshirt

The Slim Fit Performance Jean

The Felted Merino Shawl-Collar Sweater

The Cashmere Crew Sweater

The Felted Merino Cable-Knit Crew Sweaters

The ReCashmere Waffle Henley

Barry Samaha is the style commerce editor at Esquire, where he covers all things fashion and grooming.

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