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R29 Exclusive: Everlane Introduces Cashmere That Won't Break The Bank

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    We can totally justify a splurge on cashmere. For a sweater we'll rely on all winter or a cardi we wear at least twice a week, spending in the triple digits is worth it, especially if it's on something that could last a lifetime! Luckily, now, it seems that we can leave a little more of our paycheck in the bank and still indulge in the luxe, wool fabric that we love.

    Everlane, the online retailer that has been offering affordable wardrobe staples and high-quality basics for the past year, is celebrating its birthday with a present...for us. Just in time for November's inevitable temperature drop, Everlane is introducing the premiere of its cashmere collection.

    Available for men and women, the super-soft pullovers come in neutral shades of charcoal, heather gray, black, and navy, which, of course, allow for endless styling possibilities. And, with a friendly price tag of $120 per piece, this little piece of luxury can be yours without any significant damage to your wallet.

    Preview the entire collection here first. We've got all the looks in the slides, ahead.

    Photo: Courtesy of Everlane
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