PSA: The Best Flats You'll Buy All Season Cost Less Than $130
Anyone who has followed Everlane since its 2011 launch knows that its thoughtfully designed and transparently priced (the company’s website has an entire section dedicated to a breakdown of its direct-to-consumer business model) basics are destined to sell out. We've seen it happen with everything from the perfect goes-with-everything T-shirts that every fashion insider buys in multiples, to luxe Italian-made totes (FIY: while less than $400, these are made in the same factories that work with high-end European brands), to the stretch block heels that just came out on Monday—a style that's summoned such desire amongst fans of the label that there’s already a waiting list 14,888 people deep.
The two new shoe options debuting today are sure to spark similar fervor. First up, there’s a chic update on classic ballet flats: A seamless fusion of of sturdy leather and elegant design, it has all the feminine allure of of those stretchy slippers that make ballerina attire so appealing, but are strong enough to survive an active commute. And despite a going rate of $125, everything about them looks and feels expensive, right down to an of-the-moment (and très Celine!) high vamp.
Meanwhile, an equally sophisticated mule rounds out the drop. They, too, boast a clean minimalist silhouette that's sure to go with about 99.99 percent of your wardrobe, and the $120 price tag all but guarantees they're going to sell out. Get to them first below, where we've gathered the full collection for your shopping enjoyment.