Everlane Is Coming to Canada—But Not for Long

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Everlane models; Everlane Canada
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RED. ALERT. Everyone and their mom’s favourite ethical brand is coming back to Canada, just in time for the chilly weather. Yup, it’s Everlane, and it’s returning to Nordstrom’s pop-in section starting October 4 at Toronto’s Eaton Centre and Vancouver’s Pacific Centre. Can I just say that I’m losing it? Their stuff is available online, but I can’t stand the hassle of trying on clothes, then returning them (and I also love instant gratification), so this is a big moment.

Even if you order from Everlane all the time, you’ll still want to check out the pop-ins for the exclusive new colours. For starters, there will be new shades in the Grade-A Cashmere Collection, including persimmon, pink lipstick and purple to help you infuse a little colour into fall. The brand’s new carbon-neutral sneaker, Tread, will be also be offered in lightning yellow. Along with the exclusive stuff, popular basics and accessories will be there too. Best-sellers like the ReNew collection, with outerwear and fleece made from recycled plastic bottles, is especially relevant now that the cold’s setting in.

Weaning off fast fashion is a good idea if you can afford to do it, and Everlane’s a great, approachable way to start building a more sustainable wardrobe. So if you’re thinking about a fall shopping spree, or even just need to replace your old coat or jeans, now’s the time to do it—the pop-ins will last until November 17. So many goodies, so little time.

Here are some of the best picks, including the exclusive shades.

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