I can only claim to have worn a few brands for more than 10 years, but Madewell is without a doubt one of them. The Brand provides some of the best specialty basics on the market. Its pants compete with fancy labels while being significantly less expensive.
Because it’s reasonable to assume that a brand’s top sales are tried and true, and thus fantastic, I’m always intrigued about what they are. But I felt that using them personally was the best way to explain this, so I did. Despite the fact that Madewell has outstanding models, including plus size models. When you’re just 5’7″, it might be tough to estimate how something would seem in person. So, from the perfect white T-shirt to Madewell customers’ go-to pants, I chose eight favourites to put on in the comfort of my own home.
Northside Vintage Tee
To begin with, I can’t really complain about a $16 T-shirt, but I would still support the band even if I didn’t know how much it cost. This T-shirt deserves a place in my closet because it is the perfect weight for the forthcoming warm days and will function nicely as a layering piece. Normally, I prefer T-shirts that are a little thicker. Although it is not extremely roomy, it is also not too tight, since I am wearing a size S. If you like it, I’d recommend getting it in White first before deciding on other colours.
The Perfect Vintage Jean in Maplewood Wash
I like Madewell’s Perfect Vintage Jeans and was excited to put them through their paces in this popular wash. They appear to be a pair you’ll be able to wear for years to come, and the high quality of the denim ensures they’re built to last. They look to be quite clean and traditional. They’re elastic enough for me to work from home in them, but not as much as the skinny jeans I tried. I definitely recommend if you want a typical pair of jeans that are midway between slim and straight-leg.
The Perfect Vintage Military Shorts
I adore shorts. I have and will continue to do so. I’m looking for something unusual because my closet is full with denim cut-offs. These are an excellent fit. I really liked the subject, and they were a good length. Because of the material’s resilience, they hold their shape well while being stretchy. The tan colour will surely complement the other colours in my wardrobe.
The Perfect Vintage Jean in Ainsworth Wash
Because of the light wash and frayed hem, these jeans were the most relaxed of the three I tried. They are, however, a little stiffer. I had to dance a little to get them on, but after a time, they began to loosen up to the proper fit. I don’t mind stiff jeans since I like how they appear, but be warned that these are. However, if you want a slouchier fit, I recommend ordering a size higher with this pair. I ordered a size 28. Overall, I enjoy the 90s aesthetic of them, and I think they’d look great with sneakers or sandals come spring.
Broadway Cardigan Sweater
I knew I wanted to try this sweater as soon as I saw it since I’m a sucker for a slouchy cardigan with stunning buttons. According on the results, I now have a new favourite spring sweater. I like the boxy, cropped shape of a sweater because it’s comfortable and lightweight but not thin. I attempted an XS in order to get the elegant slightly bigger fit of the models’ cardigans, but would certainly prefer it in S.
High-Rise Skinny Crop Jeans
I’m not sure if they appear to be extremely comfortable, but I can promise you that they are. Even though the denim is soft, it keeps everything in place. I appreciate the length since it is just right for my 5’7″ height.
Caldwell Double-Breasted Blazer
I appreciate a lovely double-breasted jacket, especially in the spring when we can shed our heavy jackets but it’s still too cold to display our arms. It’s also one of the few items you can toss over almost anything and instantly seem 100 times hotter. I chose this jacket since it had a trendy big fit, was made of breathable linen, and could be machine cleaned. In truth, the fit was perfect; it was the perfect length and just loose enough to accommodate a light long-sleeve shirt beneath. It looks to be something you would have paid considerably more than $158 for. Although linen does wrinkle somewhat, this is to be expected.