LifestyleStyle Everlane 'Pay What You Want' sale lets shoppers choose a price By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Updated December 29, 2015 2:53 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email You can't beat these prices. That's because you're choosing on a scale of three discounted prices at Everlane's end-of-year "Pay What You Want" sale. The San Francisco-based online-only clothing and accessories retailer offers total transparency about where its garments come from and the factory standards in place for the pieces they sell. According to its website, Everlane's biggest market is in New York, though its clothing is sourced from all over the world. To celebrate the end of the year, Everlane is letting customers name a price that they feel is fair for selected overstock apparel. "The program was started as a way to be transparent with customers on the brand's inventory process and markups," said an Everlane spokesperson. "It sometimes happens that they get so excited about a new design that a bit too much is ordered. They're using the Choose Your Price program as a way to move some of that overstock and clear inventory." So far, The Street Shoe, Women's Slim Trouser and Women's Wool Trench have been the most popular items in the sale. Check out what you can price yourself -- happy shopping! The Woven Street Shoe, $93 - $126 Photo Credit: Everlane Usually priced at $140, these leather shoes are imported from Italy. The Wool Trench, $100 - $225 Photo Credit: Everlane Usually priced at $250, this Italian wool-cashmere blend coat is made by a factory in a production facility in Suzhou, China, which has offices in New York. The Cashmere Scarf, $99 - $134 Photo Credit: Everlane This 100% cashmere scarf is made at a factory in Dongguan, China and usually retails for $148. The Slim Fit Poplin, $30 - $53 Photo Credit: Everlane This 100% cotton dress shirt comes from a factory that originated as a family-run business in 1956 and is now based in Shenzhen, China. It usually retails at $58. By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.