Surprise sale! Madewell just massively marked down over 900 items — save up to 80 percent

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Save up to 80 percent on cozy winter styles from Madewell. (Photo: Madewell)
Madewell is synonymous with high quality foundations. From great sweaters to casual but cool coats to cozy slippers, Madewell is a mainstay in almost every wardrobe for fashion lovers. The cuts are classic, the designs outlast trends and the quality is designed for years.
At the moment, the classic brand is enjoying massive sales: over 900 items are up to 50 percent cheaper - yes, even newcomers and existing sales items. The choice of sweaters is something you don't want to miss. And with this sale-on-sale, some items save a whopping 80 percent. ($ 20 silk blouse, anyone?).
Use code TINSEL when checking out to apply the discount. Here are our favorite items - all 50 percent off (or more) off - to shop for on this insane sale.
Charley pullover sweater
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This boxy-in-a-good-way sweater comes in six colors - and you'll want them all. The open, woven beauty with a classic round neckline is a bestseller. If you touch them once, you'll see why. Made from luxurious alpaca poly, you'll never want to take it off again.
Shop it at: Charley Pullover Sweater, $ 49 with code TINSEL (previously $ 98),
Crisscross Scuff Slipper made from recycled leopard faux fur
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Another best seller, these slippers are so cute and cozy that you'll want to wear them anywhere.
Shop it: Recycled Leopard Faux Fur Crisscross Scuff Slippers, $ 20 using the code TINSEL ($ 39.50),
Ashbury Mockneck Sweater
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Light, minimalist and perfect for layering. This chic mockneck made from a wool-alpaca blend is child's play. It's soft, has a roomy fit and comes in three elegant colors: black, camel and lilac.
Shop it one: Ashbury Mockneck Sweater, $ 35 with the code TINSEL (was $ 69.50),
Holmes Ribbed Cardigan Sweater
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This sweater is the definition of cozy. It has an oversized fit that is roomy without looking tent-like. It also hangs like a dream over your favorite leggings and covers your bum - no “real” pants are required.
Shop it one: Holmes Ribbed Cardigan Sweater, $ 64 with the code TINSEL (was $ 128),
Harvest Vine peplum top with silk buttons
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A chic silk top with a print that works all year round and a cut that flatters every body shape - for $ 20? That's a whopping 83 percent less, and we can't believe it. The peplum style creates an hourglass silhouette, goes with almost anything, and looks great on all skin tones.
Shop it: Harvest Vine peplum top with silk buttons, $ 20 using code TINSEL (down from $ 118),
Suede Scuff Slipper
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You never have to replace these textured, incredibly soft slippers in classic suede shearling. They are the perfect shoe for rolling out of bed on cool winter days.
Shop it up: Suede Scratch Slippers, $ 22.50 with code TINSEL (up from $ 45),
Marion sweater coat made from the most comfortable yarn
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Imagine a fancy Snuggie - it doesn't exist (no offense) but it's what we all secretly want to wear. This soft, open front, roomy fit, longline cardigan is just as cozy, but you can actually leave the house.
Shop it: Marion Sweater-Coat in Coziest Yarn, $ 74 with code TINSEL (previously $ 148),
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