Rated 5 out of 5 by NJshopper45 Wonderful shirts!
Keep making these! I love the 3/4 sleeves. Shirt is so comfortable and ladies, the material is suppose to be thinner because it is a summer shirt! Wrinkle free, I put it in the regular wash and hung dry and they wash beautifully.
June 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by wendell777 Attractive blouse
This blouse is more lightweight than other Foxcroft blouses that I have purchased in the past. Cooler blouse for warm Florida summers. Good value for price and the Cobalt color is very attractive.
June 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tanglemorley Love this shirt!
I have six of these shirts in different colors. They are light weight and great material for spring and summer. I wash on delicate and put in the dryer for 10 minutes then hang to complete drying. They are comfortable, crisp looking and in beautiful colors. I love these shirts!
June 11, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Oregon27 Lower quality than Foxcroft in other stores
The fabric in these Foxcroft blouses is much thinner than in other Foxcroft blouses I have purchased elsewhere. While in the catalog photos they look the same as the ones I had purchased in a store, in person they are much flimsier and will probably wrinkle worse than my other Foxcroft blouses. I would not buy these again from a catalog. I would wait to buy them from a store where I could check the quality of the fabric.
June 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by holly70 Love foxcroft shirts- travel friendly
Wrinkle free from dryer to hanger. Love the shirt.
June 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by pjde Shirt is beautiful and fits well.
What a neat looking and fitting shirt.. Very classy
June 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by SimpleChoice Sizing was way off
I sent the first item back because it was too small. It was beautifully presented but terribly small. I ordered the next size up. When it arrived it was still too small.
I gave up. Nice to look at, great feel to the fabric.
June 8, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Winnie81 Something changed with Foxcroft
I own ten Foxcroft shirts in all colors and have always been a big fan of the way they come out of the dryer looking like they've been professionally starched and ironed. They are crisp and beautiful and fit well -- not boxy, not too shaped, just right.
But something has changed, or else NormThompson has a separate deal with Foxcroft for their own run of these, because the material is not as nice to the touch, the buttons are smaller and harder to manipulate, and the 3/4 sleeves are tighter around the ends with an extra button added.
I don't like shirts with buttoned sleeves, and the usual Foxcroft 3/4 sleeve shirts don't have them -- they have just the large 3/4 cuff you can roll up or leave down.
With this version of Foxcroft, you have to either button the sleeve, which, to me, makes it feel tight and confining, or if you leave it unbuttoned, it flaps around in an unattractive way. The earlier Foxcroft version with the rolled cuff and no button had a beautiful crisp slight flare to the cuff when rolled up, a very classy look -- not too confining and not too tight. Just right.
Norm Thompson, I don't know if you had a special edition made just for you, but this version of Foxcroft blouses is not the classic, and you need to have the company make you some of the classic ones.
These feel cheap and awkward and don't look as nice as the originals.
June 6, 2016