Openwork Army Jacket

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Disagree about sizing down While I could size down ONE size in this and it still fits, if the top I wear underneath is even a little bulky in the sleeves, the sleeves on the smaller size are too tight. I highly recommend getting this in your normal size to allow room for whatever you're wearing underneath. Nice unique jacket and i find it to be flattering too. September 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Boxy Jacket If Too Big Jacket So, I felt inclined to review this jacket for two reasons. The first is that it is beautiful and a little different.The second, I don't understand why so many people rated it low because it's so boxy. Yes, it is boxy, which is why I sized down a lot. I'm normally between a 10-12 and I first tried a 10, too big and boxy, tried an 8, again too big and boxy, finally tried a 6 and it fits beautifuuly. You will definately need to size down at least a size maybe more but if you size down enough it is really beautiful. Just an added note as well, even though I sized down 2-3 sizes there is no pulling across the chest or shoulders. In my opinion the whole jacket is just oversized. Great piece. July 26, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by cant see the value and hype on this one The last review summed up everything I was going to say. looking from the front it just looked boxy and thin. You dont see the back so you really dont know how it looks it just feels akward and boxy. Ive sent mine back as the value ( as I have found with their products lately) is just not there. It is unique yes but flattering ??? maybe on certain figures, I dont know as I havent seen it on anyone else. do I reccomend this...definately size down but I cant see that this helps with the boxy design. July 19, 2012
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MOSS Daughters of the Liberation added a femme twist to their collarless, military-inspired coat - a heathered sweaterknit panel at the back. Style #:24541922 Openwork Army Jacket