Geometric pottery made by the Zuni people, as well as prized Navajo blankets, serve as inspiration for the Utah-based designer of this wool blend wrap coat. Lightweight and unlined, it's the perfect outer layer for cool days, in desert hues of turquoise, red, and orange. Single button in the center with a self-belt.
Made in Murray, Utah, of Italian fabric. 25% wool/40% acrylic/30% poly/5% other fibers. Women’s sizes S (4–6), M (8–10), L (12–14), XL (16–18).
I really like this, although any Irish knit sweater would be a lot warmer. For what it is, it's gorgeous. It is a boxy shape, but that works for me; my shoulders are much wider than my tush. Bonus: the pockets are bigger and sturdier than I expected.
Feels true to size
Feels true to length
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I have been eyeing this coat for a while and decided to give it a try when it went on sale. The colors, pattern, and knit are really beautiful. It is soft to the touch and comfortable for a wool-blend material. Unfortunately, the style was not flattering on me. It looked boxy and the tie closure didn't secure the front/neck/chest area enough. I look better in a more tailored piece and this wasn't it. If you're looking for a loose fitting, very casual, drapey fit - it just might work for you.
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