I’m not sure if I’m alone here, but I definitely go through phases with where I shop, and about two to three years ago, I was in a major Reformation phase. The brand’s selection of trend-forward denim fits alone had me down bad, not to mention the number of cool girl–approved staples I wanted to lift right out of Emily Ratajkowski’s and Kendall Jenner’s closets. While I can’t say that anything specific happened to make me slow my roll with the brand (besides, you know, a global pandemic), I recently found myself scrolling through Reformation’s new arrivals and finding plenty to be excited about.
I was so excited, in fact, that I may have gone a little overboard. A few solid hours later, I realized that my cart was overflowing with potential new buys. Needless to say, my infatuation with Ref is back—and stronger than ever. As for the items that are bringing me right back, well, there are clearly too many to justify buying, so while I compare and contrast a knit skirt set, a pair of loose jeans, and a sequin miniskirt, I’m sharing the 30 Reformation items that are filling up my (very full) cart. Shop all my favorites ahead.
Reformation Marah Top ($128)
For once, I have no words.
Reformation Zia Dress ($128)
*The* color of the moment.
Reformation October Top ($88)
Okay, hear me out: this knit top with the below jeans and ankle boots.
Reformation Cynthia High Rise Straight Long Jeans ( $128) $77
I’m always looking for versatile jeans like these.
Reformation Provence Dress ($278)
There are slip dresses, and then there’s this.
Reformation Landers Set ($198)
The only question I have is whether to get it in black or olive (or both).
Reformation Marble High Rise Straight Long Jeans ( $188) $113
I haven’t stopped thinking about these jeans ever since they first launched.
Reformation Gerard Top ( $88) $44
You rarely see Ref pieces that discounted.
Reformation Feliz Skirt ($148)
Suddenly, I have the urge to casually wear sequins with a T-shirt.
Reformation Davies Bustier Denim Mini Dress ($178)
This dress with cowboy boots? Perfection.
Reformation Rowan High Rise Relaxed Corduroy Pants ($84)
If EmRata says so…
Reformation Miller Bodysuit ($98)
I’m definitely bringing cutouts into 2022.
Reformation Casey Relaxed Mid Rise Straight Jeans ($128)
Just the right amount of relaxed.
Reformation Parker Relaxed Shirt ($78)
Now that’s a good basic.
Reformation Greenwich Coat ($288)
The kind of coat I know I’ll have in my closet for years to come.
Reformation Briea Dress ($248)
Reformation Len Pant ($168)
Reformation Toby Top ($128)
This looks like a really good ’90s vintage score.
Reformation Jordana Pant ($178)
My hunt for the perfect trousers might end here.
Reformation Brynn Dress ( $148) $104
The kind of dress you can easily dress up or down.
Reformation Mandy Minimal Block Heel Mule ( $198) $99
Don’t let the animal print deter you. You’ll get more wear out of these than you’d think.
Reformation Hugh Dress ($218)
Trust me. You don’t want to miss out on the vintage-inspired section of the site.
Reformation Bailey High Rise Utility Pant ($148)
Cargo pants are the next trend I want to try, and this pair looks pretty wearable.
Reformation Banjo Dress ($218)
Simple but striking.
Reformation Leslie Two Piece ($168)
Now, we’re entering the loungewear section of the story.
Reformation Hunter Classic Sweatshirt ( $58) $29
An easy way to wear 2022’s color of the year, Very Peri.
Reformation Dev Ecostretch Short Jumpsuit ($98)
Reformation Luisa Cropped Cashmere Sweater ($198)
The perfect cropped length.