I’ve been a huge Misha & Puff fan for around three years. My girls have worn their products season after season, and they’re overall just really great quality! However, up until recently I hadn’t tried any of the pieces from their women’s line! Since many of you know how much I advocate for and love slow fashion, I wanted to write up a review of my Misha & Puff order from their Spring 2020 women’s line. Keep reading to see my Misha & Puff Women’s Cotton Sweaters review!
My Stats + History With Misha & Puff
I want to begin with my stats, as I know that will be a popular question. I am 5’7″ and around 125 pounds. I usually wear a size 25 jeans, and a size small in tops.
For Misha & Puff specific items I’ve tried, I own both the S/M and the M/L cotton sweaters from the 2018-2019 women’s line, but I was just dipping my toes in at the time, so they’re only the popcorn pullover style. I did like the fit of the S/M for a more cropped, fitted look, and also sometimes preferred a more oversized feel in my one M/L sweater. However, I’d never tried any other Misha & Puff style until just this month! Keep reading to see my review of the new items!
*wearing a size small/medium
I wanted to not love this cardigan. Honestly, I’ve seen the Misha studio cardigan on the buy sell trade pages so much, but never scooped one up because I didn’t feel like the style was for me… I was wrong!
The fit of this piece is beyond perfect. It drapes in all the right places, and surprisingly, I love how short the sleeves are, and how cropped the bodice is. I totally see myself wearing this with jean shorts all summer long, but also with black straight leg jeans and booties in the fall. It’s a total year-round investment piece, and I knew once I tried it on that it had to stay.
Since it’s hand knit from a great quality cotton material, it’s heavier than your average forever 21 cardigan, but breathable extremely breathable. Above all else – this piece will last FOREVER.
I love it styled buttoned up like a pullover, but I’ve worn it open with a tee too, and both ways of styling it are extremely flattering!
*wearing size medium
This style is only a year old, I believe, but it’s a GOOD one, friends! Picture this: a cool summer evening. You’re headed to dinner. You throw on this sweater, some high waisted jeans, and slide-on sandals. You’re set. The fabric is extremely light, but some how feels like it will hold it’s shape for years.
So, to say I’m INTO this style of sweater would be an understatement! I love the high neck style and the longer sleeves. The fit overall is just so flattering!
The medium is the perfect size for me. I think the large wouldn’t feel fitted enough, and the small would feel too snug. So overall the fit is true to size! They also are not see-through at all, so don’t worry! The windowpane is just for aesthetic. Though, I’m sure you could wear with a camisole underneath if you felt it necessary!
Overall, I love the style and the colors! The caramel color is very similar to another Misha color, Marigold. It’s a beautiful and rich dark gold. Neutrals are my favorite, in case you can’t tell!
*wearing a size medium/large
I’ve been a nursing mom for almost five years. While I love the Misha pullover style, the v-neck cardigan was an answer to prayers! The collared cardigan style they’ve had for awhile just isn’t my thing. I’m not a fan of the collar, so when I saw this v-neck piece released this Spring, I had to try it out!
I have another piece this color (or similar) but I love the versatility of the Macadamia color, so I went with that. The material itself is thicker than I expected, but in a good way. It feels like it’s made with quality yarn. It also feel sturdy enough to withhold years of use!
I love the look of this piece buttoned-up but also worn open with a camisole underneath. It really opens up a ton of style options having the v-neck and buttons.
Something else I noticed was the sleeve length. I’m wearing a medium/large, because I wanted to have this look oversized. It has a great drapey feel, and I love how the sleeves go past my wrist. It would be adorable worn over a maxi dress with combat boots, right?
That’s how I’m going to style it next!
Overall, I’m extremely impressed with the Misha & Puff women’s line this year! I can’t wait to see what they have up their sleeves this fall! (No pun intended.) 😉
I hope this review of the Misha & Puff Women’s Cotton Sweaters was helpful to you! Let me know if you have any additional questions, and I’d be happy to answer them!
Thank you so much for reading!