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Are you a sweater person? You know, those folks who never leave home without a little something to cover their arms, even in the summer?
Chances are you’re stoked that it’s officially your season because you can now wear sweaters all day, every day. If you need a few new nice ones to add to your collection, do yourself a favor and go check out Madewell. Not only do they have tons of great styles for fall and winter, but right now, lots of them are up to 30% off. When you’re ready to check out, just type in the code GOSPREE, and you’ll save 20% on orders over $100 and 30% on orders over $200.
If you don’t already own Madewell sweaters, then you’re probably wondering about the quality. I’m here to tell you that I’ve had several Madewell sweaters for more than two years, and they’re still in great shape. As long as you follow the care instructions and store them properly, your Madewell sweaters can last for years.
The current Madewell promo ends on Oct. 25, so you’ll definitely want to place your order this weekend. Start by adding a few of the sweaters below to your cart, then browse the site to see what else catches your eye.
A perfectly comfy and slouchy V-neck sweater? This one is a total wardrobe essential.
Dillon Mockneck Pullover Sweater, $79.50
Pair this cozy black Mockneck Pullover Sweater with everything from jeans to leggings.
Bowden Henley Sweater in Coziest Yarn, $74.50 (Orig. $89.50)
There’s something special about the buttons on a Henley sweater. This one’s cool blue hue makes it even better.
If prep is your aesthetic, then you absolutely need this Cable Pullover Sweater this season.
You can totally wear this Cableknit Mockneck Cardigan Sweater on its own, or layer it over a dress or long-sleeved top.
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