Adult - Coats
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Wed Feb 01 00:00:00 MST 2012flouresce Rating:4.0
I think this coat would work well on a tall woman. It is really beautiful, soft, and comfortable. However, it is shaped like a bell, which is not flattering to a petite person. Also, the sleeves have enormous cuffs, which is again not very flattering if you are small. I felt like I was a kid playing dress up with an adult's coat on. I considered keeping the coat and having it altered, but in the end the expense of the alterations was not worth it.
Thu Sep 29 00:00:00 MDT 2011cdpmd2 Rating:4.0
My step-daughter is a size one and wears an adult small in coats however, when the coat arrived it was far too small for her. We are returning it for a proper size; we'll see how that goes.
Sat Oct 15 00:00:00 MDT 2011gyongyi03 Rating:5.0
I have ordered two of this product for my 11 and 15 year old daughters. They are 5'8" and 5'11", not so skinny girls. Size large and extra large fits them just fine. Coats are a bit oversized, it allows them to dress warm underneath. Colors are very nice, no disappointment. Both of my girls keep them in their closet instead of on the hook in the garage, which tells me how much they appreciate it. Also, these coats were made for adults, but can be used by teenagers as well. Very nice product.
Fri Nov 30 00:00:00 MST 2012mjohn80 Rating:5.0
I love this jacket. It is super cute, stylish, and a great price. I bought it for myself and I wear a size S or 4 in adult. I could not get the jacket to close over my chest in a sweater, and I am only a 34B. I guess it was fitted too closely for my shoulders (it was fine for my waist), so I would needed a medium especially if I wanted to wear a chunky sweater. I gave it to my preteen daughter who wears a 14/16 in kids, a 2 in junior, and 0 in adult, and it looks great on her. I haven't worn it outside so clearly I can't comment on how warm it is. Although my daughter got a coat, I wish I had listened to the other reviewers and got a size up because I really do like the military look.
Tue Jul 26 00:00:00 MDT 2011awtang Rating:5.0
Coming from the perspective of a bargain-hunting Cali girl, paying almost $100 for a coat seemed like an outrageous price at first. But because I'm heading off to merry Olde England AND Washington, DC in the coming school year, I figured I should invest in something more hefty in warmth than a thin hoodie or long-sleeved shirt. (Disclaimer: Have not worn in this in cold weather as of YET. Many reviews give it a good rating in that department though. If it helps, I was sweating the second I put it on.) I wasn't disappointed with this T. Hilfiger down coat. Here's my info for those looking for comparable reviews relative to their own stats: -5' 2" -125 lbs. -size M in Juniors, S or M in Adult (depending on brand) -I bought this coat in a Medium Pros: -the green color, which pretty much goes with most anything -thickness of the down -belt (actually gives you shape) -detachable hood (With NO faux fur or fur of any kind. Hate the stuff!) -availability of several pockets (Certain reviewers say the pockets are too small, but since I'm a petite woman, they fit me fine. Mittens can be a problem to fit them through if too big, though finger gloves are fine. There are two in the front where your hands fall, one front breast pocket, and another inner breast pocket perfect for your phone or wallet.) -plaid trimming (It's not too discernible, but there's elegant light and dark blue plaid thin trimming on the inside of the coat. Not noticeable obviously for those checking your fashion out, but I really enjoyed this minor detail that TH put into the coat.) Cons: -zipper (Beware of handling it too roughly. It can get caught/stuck and it takes a while for your berserker rage cools down for you to have the patience to fix it. Also, there's a curious metallic smell attributed to whatever metal was used to create the zipper. It's slight, but there.) -pockets (It IS rather at an awkward angle. Why TH did you not put the pockets on the side of the hips instead of the front?! Odd placement.) Bottom line: If you're used to the sun like I am, and wilt in the face of 60 degree weather, I would say get a size up from your EXACT sizing for extra padding against the cold. I'm exactly a Small Adult, and thus got a Medium. BUT if you're an ice monster from the North and can take the freeze, go ahead and get exact sizing so you can wear your light clothing inside, you crazy person. :) (Joking, I highly respect those who can face the Cold Mistress. You guys are made of sturdier stuff.)