So I have recently become addicted to Madewell's clothes, especially their jeans. I've spent some time trying on and purchasing their clothes, and have loved my experience! Here's my quick review of their fabulous denim. Please don't hesitate to add to this!
As for their denim...There are 7 main types of fits.
#1 - THE SKINNY SKINNY
- These jeans fit snug all the way down to below your ankle.
- All their jeans stretch pretty good, so don't worry going down a size so they'll stretch to mold to your leg shape. Especially the Bluemoon Wash (buy 2 sizes down... seriously).
#2 - THE SKINNY SKINNY ANKLE
- These jeans fit just like the Skinny Skinnys, except they end above the ankle.
- Great if you want to show off a heel or cute flats!
- I've found the Skinny Skinny Ankles that come in corduroy fit different than the ones made in denim. The corduroy are a bit more boxy fitting.
#3 - THE SKINNY SKINNY HIGH RISER
- These jeans also fit like the Skinny Skinny's except for their waistline is about 2 inches higher.
- These are great if you are comfortable with your belly region and you like to wear shirts tucked in, showing off a belt.
- These pants are also great for women that hate it when pants are so low they feel they're always pulling them up.
#4 - THE LEGGING JEANS
- These jeans fit much like the Skinny Skinnys except for they're made out of a lighter denim fabric.
# 5 - THE RAIL STRAIGHTS
- These are Madewell's straight leg jean.
- They are snug to about the knee and then straighten out.
- If you are scared of skinny jeans, this is a great alternative. They are still lean with out being too snug.
#6 - THE BOOT LEGGER
- These are Madewell's flared jeans.
- They are snug to about the knee and then flare out more dramatically than the straight leg.
- These are great for women that have more curves and want a flare at the bottom to flatter their leg.
#7 - THE BOY JEAN
- This jean is for women that want a free, casual look.
- They look best rolled up a bit at the ends with a flat for contrast.
- They fit loosely on all parts of you leg.
Hope this was helpful! Again, feel free to add on!