Madewell debuts its Spring Collection by Joyce Lee

Madewell fans can have more of feminine and classy vintage collection with a more personalized touch of the brand with its first spring collection by Joyce Lee, the new head of design. The same woman who was the former head of design for Somsack Sikhounmuong is now part of Madewell.

We can expect from the spring 2016 collection some of the signature styles of the brand, like its denim collection with appropriate cuts according to weather, purpose and time. There are denims available for traveling along with necessary accessories, denims for warm temperature and so on. The light weight dresses for day time with layers and knits looks extremely cute and comfortable.

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Lee was extremely happy and excited with the latest collections, which are simply add-ons to the old collection. This time Madewell will offer its customer personalized denims where they can monogram their names and special phrases according to their choice. Since monogramming was successful for leather bags, the brand has simply expanded it to its denim collection. The vintage bandanas can also have the customers personalized initial and phrases. Thus the fresh update to the brand will definitely be a hit with its customers as they are being able to add their personal touch to their shopping.

Madewell has joined hands with JM Drygoods and has come up with beautiful and exotic collection of tops and tunics. Certain stores can be seen with colorful embroidered tunics and tops along with army jackets which are vintage and colorful. The collection has got its inspiration from places, like Morocco and Mexico, and has some vibrant and colorful patterns available. The lace tops, rope belts, tassels, wide leg pants, rompers and summer dresses are all part of the collection. There are some good clothes for the tomboyish looks, like the plaid camisole, long denim skirts, body con dresses and so on.

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