It’s time for another Tradlands Review!
Taking a break from my October capsule to share two pieces by Tradlands that I could not wait until next month to wear! Tradlands gifted these pieces to try. 🙂
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The Monty White Stripe Turtleneck:
The Monty White Stripe Turtleneck
When chatting with Tradlands about which top to get — this one or the grey version — my main concern was that it would be see-through. However, the lovely ladies at Tradlands assured me that it was much like my Tradlands white striped tee, which isn’t see through at all. Gosh, this is why I just adore them. Nothing worse than a see-through white top that requires you to wear a cami.
I went with a small here because I like my longsleeves to fit tight. Usually I pair them with skirts or high-waisted pants (okay… maybe I pair everything with skirts and high-waited pants…). Anyways, I prefer the look of a tighter longsleeve to an oversized one.
I love the thin black stripes. So simple and re-wearable! It’s very cozy and the turtleneck doesn’t squeeze my neck or make me feel claustrophobic. All in all… a WIN!
The Beverly Chore Coat in Juniper:
The Beverly Chore Coat in Juniper
I’ve been wanting a chore coat FOREVER. This green is just absolutely stunning. I also got a small here, and I was worried I’d regret not sizing up to a medium. But with chore coats, I really like the look of thin layers underneath, not chunky sweaters. Plus, it’s not something I will wear in the dead of winter much anyways.
Can we talk about this color!? Stunning. And I love the pockets in the front. So nice to keep your hands warm and cozy on an evening walk.
It’s definitely sturdy but not too thick that you get too hot during these warm days with cool nights!
Speaking of keeping warm, Tradlands also updated this Fisher Sweater! I have last year’s version and absolutely adore it!
(Paired here with my Everlane jeans and Fortress of Inca mules)
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