If you’ve ever tried on a pair of Madewell jeans you know they make some of the best denim. The brand has become a go-to for those looking for modern jeans that have a subtle vintage quality, producing wins like those wide-leg cropped jeans you’ve seen on half the women in Brooklyn, and their high-rise skinnies that actually hit above your belly button. One of their most popular styles? The universally flattering Cali bootcut—and it’s finally on sale.
Marked down at Nordstrom’s famous sale, the ‘Bess’ colorway is everything you want in a springtime jean: A faded medium wash; A high, button-fly rise that sits comfortably at your natural waist; An ankle-cut inseam that will make your legs look impossibly long; And, most importantly, a hem that’s just distressed enough that your grandma won’t ask “Why did you buy a pair of ripped jeans?”
Priced generously at $60 from its original $135 ticket, they’re still available in a range of sizes. Cop them now before they sell out.
Shop Our Favorite Picks from Nordstrom’s Sale:
Eastheath Vintage Check Trench Coat
Burberry’s trench coat is a classic, and they applied their iconic checkered pattern all over this style. It’s perfection.
Water U Doin Net Bag
This lightweight tote is the ideal beach bag. Disclaimer: sand will get into this.
This boot was a fashion industry favorite, and they are finally on sale. Get them now, and they’ll be just as popular next fall.
Flag Cotton Sweater
Polo Ralph Lauren is making a major comeback, and we can’t get enough of that little bear. An alternative motif, however, is their knitted American flag.
Pro Classic Dri-FIT Padded Sports Bra
This is one of my favorite sports bra. It offers support on the most sorest days, but doesn’t feel restrictive.
Zip Top Transport Leather Tote
Much like their denim, Madewell’s Transport tote is the stuff of legends. It’s super sturdy and makes for a great everyday bag.
Cassidy Packable Hat
Vacation hats are always hard to pack, because the fear of smushing them is high. You’ll live in this indestructible style by Eugenia Kim, no matter where you are.