The merino half-zip is 30 per cent off right now — just in time to cross off those last few holiday gifts from your shopping list. Hundreds of men's and women's styles are included in Everlane's Cozy Gifting event, making it the ideal time to pick one up for a loved one, or simply update your winter wardrobe.
Selena's Everlane sweater is made of extra-fine merino wool and features a turtleneck-height zip neckline and a relaxed fit.
A favourite among Everlane shoppers, the sweater is available in six colours, including black, camel, and salted lime, and sizes XXS to XL.
The 'perfect sweater'
Even before the "Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me" star posted her Everlane-clad Instagram Story, the style was a hit among shoppers, earning an average rating of 4.59 stars out of 350+ reviews.
It's "warm, lightweight and totally stylish," writes one reviewer. "I'm a fan of Everlane and have a few of their products in my wardrobe. None have disappointed. First attracted by their ethical approach and now they are my 'go-to' for winter."
Another shopper says the sweater is "everything [they] dreamed it would be."
"I waited a long time to finally buy this and it does not disappoint," they say. "I love the cut, the weight of the merino, the wide collar when unzipped."
It's a "wonderful sweater" and "softer than I imagined," details a third shopper.
"The knit is high quality and looks expensive;" it's the "perfect sweater."
While the merino half-zip has earned hundreds of five-star reviews from shoppers, some experienced pilling early on, something to keep in mind when placing your order.
For a limited time, Everlane shoppers can save 30 per cent on some of the brand's best-selling styles, including sweaters, jeans, athleisure and more, as part of its Cozy Gifting event. To shop highlights from the sale, scroll below.
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