12,000 People Are on Waitlist to Buy These $50 Work Trousers

in
everlane

Many women around the world will make complaints about how hard it is to find an affordable and great pair of trousers for work. If you make a quick search online at any big clothing store, you will realize that the cheapest quality pair of pants suited for work starts from $70 and if we’re talking about famous brands the price goes to even $200 for a pair. This is why Everlane’s $50 Work Pant has women waiting in lines so that they can grab a pair and not need to spend half their salary so that they can own a decent work attire piece.

Ahead of their release, the pair of pants had a waitlist of 12,000 women.

everlane

Are you one of those people?

The pair was sold out a few hours after its release, but thankfully they are again available.

everlane
Advertisements

The more I see these pants, the more they grow on me.

Everlane has been for a long time a favorite brand for Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence and Meghan Markle.

everlane

We are talking pretty big names here.

The pair of pants comes out in five different colors (navy, ochre, black, grey and green) and two silhouettes (ankle and regular length).

everlane
Advertisements

I think I prefer the grey one.

The fabric is stretchy and it fits women of all sizes and shapes being flattering for curves.

everlane

That’s my jam! What? I’m a curvy girl!

The discreet side zipper is adding to the formality of the pants and it also makes women more comfortable wearing it.

everlane
Advertisements

It really seems comfy.

The flattering and comfortable fit is what helped the pair of pants literally sell itself on the minute.

everlane

It makes sense.

The brand has informed customers that the pant costs $21 to make, with the rest $29 being the profit.

everlane
Advertisements

Everlane is one of the very few if not the only clothing brand that lets customers know the true cost of their products, from materials to transportation to the traditional retail markup.

Advertisements

What do you think?

0 points
Upvote Downvote
Advertisements
Advertisements