Made for Madewell

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It's official. I am a walking Madewell billboard. I have been joking with my friend for a while about how much I love them and I just want to live there. You ever have a brand that just 'gets' you? Even when I am shopping online at, say, Nordstrom the majority of the items I find in my cart are Madewell. It just is a brand that feels like everything looks effortless, but chic at the same time. Many of the pieces can transfer from work to weekend and I'm all about that practicality.


Enter this new top. I saw this a few weeks ago and it was too rich for my budget. Over this last week with the Nordstrom sale I took a look at it again, then I remembered I had a giftcard. So full disclaimer I got a deal, but I love this top. I am not typically a fan of the peasant style but this is just enough that isn't over the top. The ruching in the front is really flattering. It's a fairly structured top otherwise, which is great. I don't love too flowy a top. The ruching is exactly where you would want it. I wore this to my mother-in-laws birthday lunch at an Italian place where I ate all the pasta so it was definitely needed. I kept the rest of the look simple with these Madewell jeans. I got these from Stitch Fix a while back and I think I'll never get rid of them. They are so flattering for a high waisted jean and fit like a glove. All my Madewell fit like this. The wedges are from Target last year and although I couldn't find the exact ones they had a few similar items. The price helps offset the rest of the look ;)








Top| Nordstrom
Jeans| Madewell (similar)
Shoes| Target (similar / similar)
Necklace| Mama / Gorjana 


What do you think? Are you into the peasant trend?

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