Rated 3 out of 5Â by LindaDee Bought 5 and still did not receive my desired colo
Taking the suggestion of suggestion/solution, I called customer service before ordering. I was told they 41 size smalls in stock. I asked if the 3 color choices on line where the only selections available and I was told yes. So, I thought by purchasing 5 at least one would be the color in the catalog. Instead I received 5 different colors and none were the colors that were online. Thus, all 5 were returned to the local store today. Very disappointing. I did try one on for fit and I agree with other reviewers - size up if you plan to wear anything heavier than a t-shirt underneath.
August 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by kpower Unique and special
First the good: This jacket is very well made with great attention to detail. The ethnic prints are gorgeous, and the one-of-a-kind fabrics make each jacket special- something you'll never find at a mass market store other than Anthro. The jacket is cropped and fitted, so size up if you plan to wear something thicker than a t-shirt underneath. I am 5'7 and 130 lbs with a small bust, and the size Small was perfect. Now the bad: I agree with the previous poster that it's a shame we can't choose a color, or even a "category" of colors like blue/green, red/orange, etc. For this reason, I ordered 2 jackets hoping that one would arrive in a color I like. Unfortunately they were both yellow-based. Now I'm stuck debating whether to roll the dice a third time and order another jacket with no say in what color might arrive. If customers get no choice, Anthro should waive the shipping costs on this item.
August 7, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Ette Buyer Beware
I agree with the first commenter. A customer should have a choice when she is paying full price for an item. I loved the concept of this jacket and really wanted the catalog orange/yellow color. So, I took a risk, ordered it and received the most hideous color combination of mustard, rust red and pine green (I wonder why they didn't have it pictured). I don't even wear red and green at Christmas let alone be willing pay $300 for the surprise - it was utterly disappointing. Needless to say, I shipped it back the same day. Lesson learned, never pay for something when you don't have a final choice in the matter.
August 6, 2012