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Reviewed by Lawyer's Kid from Speedway, IN on Thursday, January 3, 2013
Just got it. Held the piece of fabric up and light poured thru -- straight thru in some spots. Only 2 buttons. Top one too low, collar sags and gapes. Bottom too high would never stay closed w/o flapping. Coat completely disappointing. Waaaay too expensive. Do not waste the funds - wear Kleenex.
Reviewed by Laurie J from Forestville, CA on Monday, December 10, 2012
I loved this coat and wanted to keep it so badly, but it was just a bit too small on top and the snaps wouldn't stay closed so I sent it back. It does belt high up on the waist and some people didn't like that, but I thought it was stylish!
Reviewed by camelot from North Jersey on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
I loved how this looked online. However, when it arrived it was NOT what I expected. I tried the blouse on and unfortunately, it just didn't look right. The other thing that was the double buttons...the "layered" look is created by a false full length dickie, if you will. So there are two sets of buttons to do up! Too much work!
Reviewed by MayKay from NY, NY on Monday, November 12, 2012
Did not work as a poncho for me. I removed the 2 enormous & heavy buttons at hips. I sewed the poncho up the sides to make a tunic\vest. I'm still deciding what to do with the 2 huge buttonholes at hips. They may stay and become a place for a belt or sash. I'll wear it and see. It is a very heavy weight knit.