Salter Herringbone Blazer

Coté 4,3 sur 5Â par 4 les évaluateurs.
Coté 5 sur 5Â par gorgeous, impeccable, and wearable This is such a lovely jacket. I was a bit worried about the price, but as soon as I pulled the jacket out of the bag, I knew that if it fit, I was going to wear it for years. It looks even nicer on. The photo makes the jacket look blue, but it has a lovely sea-green tint. The lining, buttons, pockets, and patches on the back of the arms are all impeccably detailed. The cut and the fit are what I like the best. I wear an 8/10 in anthro jackets. I'm 5'9" and 148 and 36c. I could have taken either size in this, but I opted for a 10, and I will keep it. If you have very thin arms, though, you might want to size down because the arms are not tight at all. I plan to wear this jacket to a job interview or two, but it is great for every day and could double as a light coat. But don't get the idea that it is bulky, because it isn't. It's a susbstantial piece, the fabric has a thickness, but it is above all elegant. 5 novembre 2012
Coté 4 sur 5Â par Gorgeous blazer, but runs small I am pretty petite, but with broader shoulders and usually wear a 2 in jackets. Sadly, I'm having to return this one because it was really tight in the shoulders. I suggest going up a size when ordering 7 janvier 2013
Coté 3 sur 5Â par Sadly, no. I was heartened by other reviews suggesting this jacket is not as frumpy as it looks in the pictures, but I did not find that to be the case. It is FAR MORE frumpy than shown in the picture. The quality seems good (nice strong-feeling lining, which seems hard to find these days) and it's a nice color, but the whole thing is very bulky, down to the ineligant weave of the tweed. If it was slightly less boxy, I'd keep it and wear it when it's cold and I don't have to go to work, but as it is, back it goes. 18 janvier 2013
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VERT N° de style : 25689738 Salter Herringbone Blazer