Sequin Tweed Jacket

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  • From GREGORY by Gregory Parkinson
  • Open front
  • Acrylic, wool, nylon, polyester
  • Dry clean
  • 21"L
  • Imported
    • Style #: 25717406

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Rated 2 out of 5 by I think it looks like a $30 jacket Can't believe the original price was $300. In the picture it looks like a structured Chanel style jacket, but it is not structured at all. It is more like a thin cardigan. It is not lined and the fabric is very thin so probably good for spring and summer. No button, no hook so just wear as a summer cardigan-jacket. Unless you wear a thick sweater or under a think coat, you can't wear this as a outerwear in winter. The fabric is 72% acrylic, 16% wool, the rest poly and nylon. In my opinion, it looks cheap and feels cheap. I really love to love this jacket. Waited for a week to ariive. I think I can get a similar quality and design jacket at $30 from forever 21. I am a loyal anthro customer but this one should be returned even though I paid the sale price. sigh!!!! January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by So unique! I could not disagree more with the previous reviewer. I took a chance on this jacket because the photo is very difficult to see clearly. Yes, this jacket is more in line with a cardigan; it is incredibly thin and no, probably not worth close to $300. It is however, unlike anything I have ever seen before. The fabric is shades of blues and pinks swirled together in the most gorgeous pattern, with very subtle sparkly sequins strewn throughout. The sleeves and lapel are trimmed in the coolest fabric that I can't even describe. I showed my mom and she couldn't stop staring at all the details. I wore it out for an hour and had 3 compliments. I got this during the extra % off sale so it was a great steal and I'm so glad I took the chance. January 15, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by A jacket made of shapeless colorful paper Initially when I saw the online picture, I think the model did an awkward job in putting all those colorful flowerish things together, and I thought I might do better. So, I did give the jacket a try once it is on sale. I have to say that I was wrong. It really wasn't the matching problem. It is the materials. Can't believe that the original price for this colorful piece of paper jacket is $300. January 16, 2013
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Natural Waist

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Drop Waist

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Hips

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Inseam

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Rings

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