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

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Frayed Crop Jacket

£85

In stock

Pre-order items will be despatched as soon as they become available. Despatch dates are best estimates and may change. Often items may be sent sooner.

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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 5'9" 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.

Reviews
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"This jacket looked perfect - sadly the size 8 was so small, especially on the sleeves and I had to return it. I nearly always wear a size 8 but I wish I had ordered a size10 before they all sold out. Very sad. Please, please let me know if it will be coming back!"

Posted by Sally  /  15th January 2017

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"Had to wait for this jacket for two months, but it was definitely worth it. Have worn with boyfriend jeans for a smart casual look and also velvet trousers for the evening. Very versatile jacket; looks more expensive than it is. Love it."

Posted by Katherine  /  3rd January 2017

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"Everyone should have one of these. Love the idea that it is not lined, so lightweight and very handy."

Posted by Karen  /  10th October 2016

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"Been looking for a fab jacket like this.....sadly it was too small, especially the sleeves. Had to send it back, very sad."

Posted by Sian  /  6th October 2016

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"Perfect fit - size 10 gives a little room which is what I was seeking and still looks chic. Great to wear for work or casual with jeans. Great VFM - looks expensive."

Posted by Gill  /  26th September 2016