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  • Angela G
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    Great jacket at a great price!!!!!!!!

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    Angela G. October 10, 2015
  • Cute jacket for the price.
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    I Bought this for my teenage daughter, it's a little "young" looking for me, as the cut is very fitted. The sleeves and shoulders were a bit tight at first, but loosened up after she wore it a bit. Now she wears it when she dresses up- looks adorable on her.

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    workingmom66 July 9, 2013
  • Love this Jacket
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    I love this jacket im usually a small but i decided to take a chance and order a large, and it fits great. The quality was better than i expected i love the leather smell as well so i got a great leather jacket for under $80 and this makes my 3rd knoles and cater jacket :).

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    asw1987 November 15, 2012
  • runs smalll--read the reviews
    Verified Purchase

    for a reference point, I'm '5'8" and bust is 34c. I wear M or 8-10 in shirt size. I usually order L in coats but read the reviews and ordered XL. the fit was acceptable but maybe a bit too big: the jacket hit at the hip bones, plenty of room in shoulders and chest and sleeves were long enough. the detail in the back of the "belt" gaps a bit--probably cuter if it was form fitting/tapered but that's just the style of the coat. It is buffalo leather. It is soft and thick, good quality. the bordeaux is a nice color--returned it thought just because I figured I won't wear that often

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    rarajo October 16, 2012
  • Good jacket, good price
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    Just like all the other reviews stated, the sizing of this jacket its off. I typically wear a medium in women's, but can fit a small in most things. With the help the other reviews, I decided to order two sizes up. My jacket fits perfectly. I am, however, petite. If you are tall you may not want to order this jacket because you'd have to get a really big size for your arm length, and won't have a true fit. Overall, I love the jacket. Thanks to the other reviews I got a good fit on the first try. Definitely order at least 2 sizes larger.

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    justlittleleann6 February 6, 2012
  • Great color!
    Verified Purchase

    This jacket is very stylish, well made. It is made of buffalo leather, and the leather is very very heavy and stiff. I returned it for that reason. If the leather had been lighter I would have kept it and given it 5-stars.

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    mtyeti December 6, 2011
  • Way way way too small

    Jacket was nice. I love it! Only problem is that it was way too small. If you order, order 3 sizes bigger. The sizing is absolutely ridiculous.

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    mscayjay November 16, 2011
  • Too small leather jacket.
    Verified Purchase

    I brought the jacket in a XL it fit like a L. Lucky, I'm losing weight and will be able to fit into soon.

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    kladonnaj37 November 8, 2011
  • Cut way too small
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    A size large which should have fit with room seemed to fit like a small so I had to return. Considered re-ordering but was unsure if I'd need a XXL or even larger so decided to forgo it - a shame because the jacket seems so well made and the bordeaux color is very pretty.

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    lenaj10 October 31, 2011
  • Nice but cut very small
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    Very nice jacket, the color was right on,but cut very small.

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    vanessab1 October 27, 2011
  • Substandard leather
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    It looks great on the picture. Not made of quality products. Substandard leather, very stiff. Not true to size at all, it runs very small. The hardware is nice, but I can see where they had to cut corners to offer it at this price.

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    goldita October 24, 2011
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