“I knew I'd love this.
True to size and it looks fabulous, very chic.”

Sarahe

  

Frayed Crop Jacket

£85

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Description

The epitome of chic dressing, this tailored jacket will smarten any outfit, effortlessly. Wear with jeans and a simple tee or over a dress.

• True to size, try your normal size. This tailored jacket has soft and understated shoulder pads for a comfortable, close fit.

• 4 patch pockets and frayed trim detailing.

• Edge-to-edge closure.

• Structured and unlined.

• Length 54cm (size 10)

• Model is 5'10" and wears size 10.

Fabric & Care

• 100% Cotton.

• Machine wash inside out at 30 degrees using gentle cycle.

• Hang to dry. Do not tumble dry.

• Iron on reverse on low setting.

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"Simple and beautiful. Have been wearing it with a plain white T-shirt, boyfriend jeans and converse - perfect. A classic I will be wearing for years!"

Posted by Veronique  /  Yesterday

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"This is a gorgeous stylish jacket that can be dressed up or down. Perfect for in between seasons and gorgeous with jeans and ankle boots. It does size small so if you are in between sizes go up. I am a 10 -12 and the 12 is perfect. Love it."

Posted by Shiona  /  20th September 2016

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"Timeless and beautiful!"

Posted by Debbie  /  16th September 2016

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"Bought this jacket in the larger of the 2 sizes due to previous rewiews and it fits really well. It's really unusual in a good way and not like any other jackets I've seen elsewhere. I would almost describe as a more substantial cardigan rather than a jacket - I love it and am finding endless ways of wearing it. My biker jacket will get a rest for a while I think!!"

Posted by Rachel  /  14th September 2016

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"I love this jacket in so many ways mainly because it is so versatile and well priced. I have learned so much from this company as to what as a 70 plus person can wear. It has changed my ideas so much.. without becoming the proverbial mutten dressed as! Well done!"

Posted by Vicki  /  10th September 2016