Venario Julia Wrap Jacket - Ruffled Collar, Boiled Wool (For Women)
About Venario Julia Wrap Jacket - Ruffled Collar, Boiled Wool (For Women)
Closeouts. Equal amounts elegant and timeless, Venario's Julia wrap jacket is also as warm as can be in smooth, wind-resistant boiled wool and styled with a ruffled collar, waist-whittling wrap front, and rounded front hem.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by skilletgirl from Mountain View CA on Monday, April 6, 2015I loved the feel of the boiled wool and wish that this coat had worked out for me. Something about the fit wasn't right for me. It attaches at the waist and accented my chest and shoulders in an unflattering way. The ruffle added bulk where I did not want it. I'm 5 ' with an average build. Maybe it would work better on someone taller?
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Art teacher from Colorado on Monday, January 5, 2015Nice boiled wool sweater (I wouldn't necessarily consider it a jacket since the wool is somewhat thin). I purchased this product for my mother in the large. It looked attractive and she was pleased with it.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by dcoop from NY on Wednesday, December 31, 2014This sweater looks good with a pair of leggings and boots. The ruffle "dresses" up this look. Overall, the sweater is nice. The boiled wool is thinner and stiffer than what I would expect from boiled wool. I suppose if it was thicker, the sweater would be too bulky, I ordered an XL and this was true to size for me. For the price I paid (50% of the regular STP price), it is worth it.
Reviewed by mw from santa monica on Tuesday, December 9, 2014I purchased the Julia Wrap in both Black and Brown, for a combined insane $100.00, wear one of them every day in Southern California and have gotten more mileage in them than I do from my car. The weight is light but filled with warmth and I can't remember purchasing another garment that makes me feel as wonderful as this coat, which I have worn to interviews instead of a suit, meetings, over jeans, to barre class, and always feel unexpectedly elegant and uplifted. I was worried that the ruffle would be too much but it is a subtle hint of feminine styling that is counterbalanced nicely with a pair of Frye boots or oxfords.
What attracted me to this coat when I first saw the picture was the absence of any hardware which gives it a modern and actually minimum look, and more so because the coat is also unlined and without pockets which makes it feel like a second and luxurious skin. I'm thinking of going one step further and having a tailor remove the self-belt which adds a bit of bulk as I got into the habit of wearing the coat unbelted and open anyway because there isn't enough fabric to cover my hips the way I would prefer. I am a true size 10 in pants and jeans and a Medium top and ordered the Medium sized coat. If you are a Size 8 and get the Medium it should fit perfectly. I think the Large may have been too big as I love the fitted styling but possibly it would have worked too.
This coat is high quality and worth its weight in gold compared the junk one encounters in bricks-and-mortar stores when you are pressed to find something that looks well for a special occasion. I've written this detailed review because I was surprised that no one else has commented on this beautiful coat. The burgundy looks like it would be majestic as well.