All-cotton jacket holds up through years of use without thinning or pilling. Has a regular, boxy cut so it's somewhat of a forgiving fit. Hits most wearers at the natural waist. Available in 10+ washes, and many women end up buying more than one.
Sleeves are narrow, so you can't layer beneath the jacket unless you size up.
Runs fairly true to size, and hem hits most wearers at the smallest part of the waist for a flattering fit. Made with a cotton-polyester-spandex blend so there's a moderate amount of stretch. Available in four washes. Wearers are big fans of the mini pockets at the bust.
Shoulders aren't well-contoured or flattering. Material has a bit of a rough feel.
Unique details include an oversized collar, distressed areas, and double pockets. Denim is on the heavier side, making it ideal for cool weather wear. Sleeves can be worn rolled down or rolled up. Quality construction and looks like the design from a high-end brand.
Jacket runs small, so size up. Waist could be more defined than the images suggest it is.
Contrast stitching tapers at the waist and creates a flattering silhouette. Blended cotton material flexes with your natural movement and won't wrinkle or stretch out. Doesn't shrink in the wash. Fits petite wearers well. Sleeves are on the longer side and can be rolled.
Denim is fairly stiff, so you'll need to wash it for it to get softer, but it will fade a bit at that.
Throwback design with distressed details available in a couple of retro washes. Spacious and roomy, wearers say it's great for travel. All pockets are functional. Hem covers the rear on most wearers. Ideal for layering in colder weather. Popular "go-between" jacket for expecting moms.
Buttons "jingle" when you walk. Hem doesn't always fall in a flattering location.
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