Everlane's new raincoat is made from recycled plastic water bottles

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A comfortable pair of sneakers, a tote bag roomy enough for a laptop and a waterproof jacket that tackles the rain are just a few key wardrobe essentials. Lucky for us, Everlane has mastered the latter with their latest ReNew Anorak.

The California-based brand, known for their minimal aesthetic and ethical approach, recently released the perfect raincoat that we're adding to our cart ASAP. Made from 100 percent recycled fabric derived from plastic water bottles, the $88 jacket is water-resistant, lightweight and most importantly, totally chic. Plus, it's available in five different colorways: Canvas, Royal Blue, Midnight, Taupe and Dark Green. It also comes in a shorter version for just $78!

Shop: Everlane ReNew Anorak, $88

Featuring a spacious hood and easy snap closures, it's no wonder why Everlane shoppers are obsessing over this coat.

One customer wrote, "I loved the fit, the color, I was highly impressed. It exceeded my expectations. Kudos! Good job, someone finally came up with a great raincoat, that's lightweight and not bulky and the fit is amazing. THANK YOU!"

Another said, "Finally! I've been looking for the perfect raincoat for (literally) years. This jacket is super stylish and functional. It has all of the features I wanted and more. I love the snaps on the wrists and the cinch in the back. "