Taylor Stitch Rosie Jean in Washed Cone Denim
Reader Kate reminded me about Taylor Stitch yesterday, so I went over to check them out. I don’t have any experience with Taylor Stitch aside from having two t-shirts come through slowre on consignment, but I was very impressed by their fit/quality.
And since we were speaking about 100% cotton denim, she noted that they have a pair, The Rosie, in their Workshop section for pre-order. The Workshop section is basically crowdfunding for new designs: if they reach their funding goal, they’ll produce the designs, and pre-orders get a discount. I’m assuming that if they do not reach their goal and do not produce the designs, credit cards will be refunded, but it’s not clear.
I want them to produce those Rosie jeans, so I’m going to pre-order a pair. Won’t you join me?
These are truly American made jeans; they’re 100% cotton denim made from Cone Mills denim in North Carolina, and manufactured in California (it’s not clear where the components are made). They look like a super-basic pair of jeans, straight leg, high rise, and you can cut the legs to the right length, or hem them. I love the heavy washing and light color too. All this for $88? Impressive. I can’t wait to try them!
This Emma dress is also very appealing:
Taylor Stitch Emma dress (cotton/linen blend) | $118 pre-order
And they have a wonderful “shirt” dress that’s 100% cotton, and doesn’t button down all the way, so no button gap in bad places…These Isla denim pants are pretty cool too.
If you sign up for an account they’ll apply 20% off your first order. I’m going to try this Elle tank in black also – I can use more tank tops with high necks to keep my chest covered. And maybe these leggings which are in production after being funded. Because POCKETS!!!!!!!
Who’s in? Who else is interested in the Rosie jeans? Has anyone else tried Taylor Stitch? What are your thoughts?
Some really cute stuff – I like the look of the merino pant but am worried it’s too narrow for me. I like how they have sizing info for each piece, but I worry it’s still too narrow for me….
Alisha D says
I have that black brushed cotton shirt dress, and it is DIVINE. One of my favorite pieces in my closet. I also have a pair of the Cavallo pants and I really love them. I will say their bottoms tend to be straighter cuts, which is a little bit hard for me and my big hips. But everything I’ve ordered has been such amazing quality.
Wow, that was fast!
I have the Juniper dress in black and love it. It provides a little bit of waist definition without the fuss of a belt. The fabric is super soft, almost like a lightweight flannel, and it goes from casual to dressy really nicely.
I also have the Riley dress in indigo stripe, which I’ve only worn once so far because we’ve had such a chilly spring — but it’s probably going to go to a couple weddings and showers this summer. Again, the fit and fabrication is really nice, so hard to find in a dress these days.
I also ADORE my Cavallo pants. If they ever bring them back in stock in my size I’m buying, like, three more pairs.
I have a pair of Chore pants from them and just thrifted a crew sweatshirt. I haven’t had a chance to wear the sweatshirt yet with this heat wave we’re experiencing here in the northeast, but the fabric is incredibly light and soft and looks durable. (The neck is also tighter than my Tradlands one that I had mentioned to you before, so Taylor Stitch’s sweatshirts might be worth checking out for you!) I love the pants but found the sizing to be way off. I am consistently a 6/28/29 in pants and I had to go all the way up to a 10 to get the right fit. Fortunately, customer service was great about exchanging. That said, the pants are great and I generally wear them once a week. I too am SUPER excited about the Rosie and will be pre-ordering as soon as I off load another pair of jeans I don’t wear. (I also might be taking a second peek at the Cavallos after the couple of rave reviews above!)
This is a really cool concept! I am always nervous to buy from designers like Elizabeth Suzann because I worry that the made-to-order item won’t fit or I won’t like it. But Workshop overproduces their pieces so exchanges can be easy. I really like the Emma Dress in the Indigo print.
I meant to say that Taylor Stitch overproduces their Workshop pieces, oops!
Grechen Reiter says
YES. isn’t that a great idea??
I bought the 2 slowre t-shirts and absolutely love them! Soft and comfortable. Can’t wait to try other pieces by them. Thanks for the post.
I love Taylor Stitch. I have the best dress and shirts from them. Made in US, amazing quality. Cutest store worth visiting in SF
Thank you for the post! The juniper dress looks great! I think I need to place an order 🙂
check right now! oddly enough, they just throw in things to Last Call that have been out of stock for some time