Katydid Poplin Jumpsuit

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Get close to this smooth cotton one-piece to see that its angular mosaic motif is actually composed of ready-to-spring grasshoppers. An Anthropologie exclusive from Charlotte by Charlotte Taylor, the British design darling whose latest collection was inspired by the somewhat disparate realms of fishing, beekeeping and Japanese art.
  • Back patch pockets
  • Self tie
  • Snap front
  • Cotton
  • Hand wash
  • 58"L
  • 33" inseam
  • Imported
  • Style #: 24871600
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Rated 3 out of 5 by very stiff! I loved the print and deep rich blue of the jumpsuit! However, the cotton material it's made of is very stiff!! I really wish it were a softer silkier material. Without the belt cinching it at the waist, it looked like a bad flight suit! Even in the XS (I'm 5'2''), it was so big and wide at the top and that combined with the material being so stiff - it created two big armholes that stood straight up at the shoulders and also gaped too far out and far down. Also, you can't really tell in the pictures, but the shoulder straps were definitely wider in person than on the model - making the jumpsuit look more bulky and not as feminine. Oh yea - and the pant was obscenely long. Overall - I think it could be fixed with a lottt of alterations into something pretty cute but for the price I think I could do better! May 8, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by The pros win. The cons; questionable, thin material for the price, long- will need hemming Pros: The light weight will be cool in summer, style is appropriate for the office and the graduation season, timeless, grasshoppers are cute, it snaps instead of zips. applied my birthday discount and my husband really liked it on me. So, i guess it's a keeper. It will be lovely with my new espadrilles once hemmed. I'm 5'3" 132 lbs with thick, athletic thighs and got the 4. May 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this Jumpsuit This jumpsuit is super cute. I've worn it once so far and received many compliments. I'm 5'10 and about 135 lbs... I was between a 4 and a 6 in this jumpsuit - ended up going with the 6 and having a few areas altered. Such as the waste and arm openings. As most pants at Anthro go... they are rarely long enough for me. The length of the pants just barely hit the floor. I could have worn this with flat shoes but ended up having my tailor crop the pants to more of a long capri length (just above my ankles). It turned out really cute and allows me to wear my highest of shoes which I prefer :). June 16, 2012
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