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Distressed wash denim jacket. Stretchy fit. Buttons up the front. Two front flap pockets and two normal pockets. Button detailing at sleeve hem and sides of waist.

**Note: The fit of this jacket is most like the fit of the clay colorway as shown in pictures. The color of the Morning Zen colorway is a lot more distressed and faded in wash than pictured.

*By M2F by Free People
*98% Cotton, 2% Spandex
*Machine Wash Cold
*Made in the USA

Measurements for Size XS:
Length: 19"
Bust: 30"
Waist: 28"
Sleeve Length: 23 1/2"
Shoulder Width: 12"


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PERFECT I got this in an XS in azure color. (I am 5'2" 110 lb. for reference) Let me just say, this thing is amazing. It goes with everything, especially dresses, and I feel so utterly adorable yet casual in it. Perfect for spring and summer. I plan on not washing it for quite some time (end of summer?) as I fear the dye may fade. Came perfectly worn in. 4.3.2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love! I just bought this jacket today and I love it! I got it in the azur color and I know it will go with any other color! The jacket has a nice stretch which is different from so many jean jackets that are really stiff. I love the fit too! 3.26.2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Too big I'm surprised that other reviewers thought this jacket was too small because it was huge on me. I got the xs and though I am petite, I find xs usually fits. I found the jacket to be very large in the shoulders. I know the fit around the waist should be loose, but there is probably a good five or six inches of extra fabric around my midsection when the jacket is done up. My waist is about 24 inches. The actual color is beautiful (I got the rust color) and the fabric is really soft. Just wish it was a bit smaller! 3.14.2012
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