continuing my search for solid basics to support my wardrobe, i recently came across tradlands, a new san francisco-based company dedicated to constructing well-made, hand-crafted shirting for women. the brand, founded by partners sadie beaudet and jeremy roberts, combines the fabrics and techniques applied to traditional menswear shirts but with a fit designed by and constructed for a woman. the shirts are classic and timeless, made with high-quality fabrics like raw denim, fine cotton plaid,  and slubbed chambray sourced here in the states, just like many of the shirts i’m always coveting in my boyfriend’s closet. reading a bit about the brand, i really enjoyed reading some of sadie’s philosophy around the brand:

“we are focused on women’s clothing. people often ask when and if we will make clothing for men. i see many companies making womenswear as a side note to their menswear line. the heart of our story is making great essentials for women.”

not only that, but the brand has a very strong connection to san francisco, where all of the garments are designed and constructed. each shirt in their first collection is named after a different sf locale. i’m already smitten with their first selection and can’t wait to see what other styles they roll out with this year.

photos courtesy of tradlands.



super awesome bonus: tradlands would like to offer you 15% off your entire order with code “calivintage15” now through may 22!


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