Style: 34075689 Colour:
Crisp linen blazer with a relaxed cut and a classic feel. Features double breasted button closures, hip pockets, and three rows of tonal grosgrain trim at cuffs. Work it with a tee and some classic blue denim for relaxed weekend style.
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Unfortunately, this jacket fit very oddly. Whereas another reviewer said the jacket fit wide, the one that I received was straight down and snug through my hips (I'm very slim). I would never feel comfortable buttoning it. Around the elbow was kind of tight as well, but I could have lived with that. I was looking for a fit like the one on the model: loose and relaxed--that's not what I got. I returned it.
Stylish, Challenging for Curvy Types
This linen blazer is a great staple piece. The simple, classic lines hit the mark and the color is a cool, ivory-sand. However, be warned that this blazer is a bit snug. I'm a 36C bust with a 34 waist and a 41 hip. I purchased a Medium (which may have been a mistake). While the coat looks great on, the upper-arm area is a bit tight. I was able to button both sets of buttons, but I must admit, this too was a tad tight. Let's put it this way: it'd fit perfectly if I were 5-10 pounds thinner. But overall, this is a classic piece that will still resonate in your wardrobe for years to come.
sleeves too tight
I liked it except the body of the blazer was a little big which is ok The reason I sent it back is the sleeves were way too tight. You would need to have very slim arms to wear this blazer. It is a shame because it was really cute.
Sizing is so weird
At 5'7" and 120# I'm usually an xs in the majority of FP clothing and it hangs just right. However with this jacket, seeing how it fit on the model I was concerned it may be a little small so I sized up to a S. The jacket I got was true to color, but the torso was so wide it looked like I was swimming in it. I've been looking for a blazer like this for so long, something that can be dressed up or down in a casual lighter color so I'll end up trying the XS to see how that works but I'm concerned the arms may be a bit tight. We'll see. I really want it to work but I don't think the torso width will be that different. Fingers crossed.