Women's Vintage Floral Jean Jacket
Still valued piece of my wardrobe
I bought this jacket at an "end of season" sale several years ago....one of those "finds"! I love it and still wear it often. I receive compliments each time I do wear it.
August 5, 2014
Have eyed this jacket for a long time. I do like it, but very pricey for the quality:(. I will keep it
July 19, 2014
Very good product
This jacket is very well made and if it had two more pockets it would be excellent. Thank you.
July 10, 2014
Just what I wanted!
This is elegant but casual. Perfect for work or play. Very comfortable. Matches many different things in my closet.
May 24, 2014
Nice Jacket, but needs more pockets
I have several "jean" jackets from Norm Thompson and I like how neat and pulled together I am, being casual while not appearing sloppy. I ordered this jacket to wear with khakis while traveling to warmer climates. However, there are no side pockets only the patch pockets. This is a distinct disadvantage for traveling as I prefer not to carry a purse, but I'll keep regardless. The fabric is heavy enough that side pockets and/or inside pockets could have easily been added without ruining the drape of the jacket. Men's jackets always have these types of pockets, why doesn't someone make them for women's jackets as well?
December 26, 2013
so happy this jacket is back. i am ordering it a second time (larger size) i purchased a petite xs several years ago, but have gained too much weight to wear it. it wore well, it washed well, LOVE IT!
May 3, 2013
Just received this and bought it because a good friend has one, and I've admired it on her for a number of years and couldn't resist any longer. The boxy style is very attractive, it will go with almost all of my jeans and dressier slacks as well as many different colored tops. The fit through the shoulders and the length of sleeves couldn't be better. It's light enough for warm weather yet could be layered with a turtleneck on cooler days since there's ample room for more bulk under it. I'm very pleased.
March 5, 2013