There is so much to like about this brand, which started by offering extended sizes only, but broadened their range due to popular demand for their cool, classic pieces. I love the real women they employ on their website as models, and their reasonable prices, and the very good quality of the clothes they produce. And their Fit Liberty policy—in which if you change sizes, they’ll let you exchange pieces for free—is just unbeatable. I think this popover shirtdress looks like it’d be the simplest thing to throw on and look put-together. Like most Universal Standard pieces, it comes in several colors, and I also like it in black.
An easy boatneck top to throw on under a cardigan.
A simple crepe dress that reminds me of something similar I own by Zero+Maria Cornejo.
Just an easy pair of cigarette pants for when you want your look to skew more polished.
I think the black cuffs on this striped top are a cool touch.
I’ve been wanting to try wide leg jeans like these for ages, and this pair looks pretty flattering and very stylish.
The grey hue on this puffer is a more unexpected choice than black (which they also offer) and I think it’s a bit cooler too somehow.
Just a very cozy-looking pair of joggers.
A nice, drapey cocoon coat that I would wear (of course) layered over a hoodie.
Such a great caftan-ish dress that you could dress way up, if you wanted to.
I prefer a dark trench over a khaki one, and this navy specimen is such a good navy, which can be tough to find.
The military touches on this jacket are so on point.
And I love the ever-so-slight disco babe feel of this satin bomber jacket.