I've bought several of JJilll's pincord shirts over the years, and I enjoy them all. This one is no exception. The emerald green color is gorgeous -- a shade not often available. These shirts are comfortable, fit well, are easy-care, and a flattering style at a reasonable price. As long as JJill keeps offering them, I'll keep buying them!
I ordered this cardigan in both the red colorway and the green. I thought I would probably send one back, once I decided which I liked best. I ended up keeping both colors! The sweaters are lighter weight than I expected, which is actually a plus. It means that they will span three seasons here in the Pacific Northwest. The style is up-to-date, the fit is just right, and both colors are very attractive. Highly recommended.
I was looking for a very simple black, knit cardigan/jacket, and this is exactly what I wanted, so I'm very pleased with the purchase. The fit is good and the pockets are handy. The jacket is simple but stylish, since it is a classic. I would have preferred a 1-way zipper instead of the 2-way, but nothing is perfect. (I mean, what's the deal with 2-way zippers? I can see using one on a parka, but on a lightweight, fashionable jacket? Who needs it?)
Thank you, J.Jill, for bringing these corduroy shirts back WITHOUT the silly gathered area on the back! I buy a couple of these every year, but didn't like last year's version nearly as much as in previous years. The gathers across the center back were unnecessary, and now they're gone! Yea!
If you'll keep offering these simple shirts, in gorgeous colors, I'll keep buying them.
OK, I confess: The addition of this linen big shirt to my closet makes an even dozen! I now have 12 J.Jill linen big shirts, and I love all of them. This latest, however, is by far the prettiest. I was afraid the hibiscus color might be too coral, but it isn't. It's a gorgeous shade of red, and looks spectacular with either black or white pants.
I highly recommend these shirts. I'm sure I'll be ordering more as new colors appear.
I recently ordered this corduroy shirt in both the dark green and the dark brown colors. I'm a big fan of both colors, and was looking forward to adding these to my fall/winter wardrobe. I was a bit disappointed when I saw how VERY DARK they both were. They are so dark that it's almost impossible to distinguish the green one from the brown one. They are still nice-looking shirts, and they fit well. A couple of years ago I bought some corduroy shirts from J.Jill, and I prefer the styling on the older shirts. They didn't have the gathered area in the back, but hung straight.
Note to J.Jill: Please bring back the plain, non-gathered cord shirts.
This cardigan is very nice, and I love the way it looks on the model. Sadly, while it was really flattering on the model, it made me look like Mr. Rogers. If you have the right look, I think it would be a good choice, but I had to return it.
I liked the look of this tunic on the website, so I ordered a black one. It arrived today, and I'm disappointed. Although the size is just right, the style just doesn't work for me. The curved seam/pocket styling emphasizes my hips, making me appear broader than I am, even in black. Horrors! I'm actually fairly slim, so this is disconcerting. The real deal-breaker for me is the scoop neckline, which is cut much lower than it appears in the photo. I'm going to return this tunic, which makes me sad since I usually have good luck with JJill products.
Pique-knit slub yarns give our easy pullover tunic its unique texture. Crew neckline with ribbed trim. Princess seams lead to softly draped pockets. Long sleeves. Side vents. Banded trim at hemline. Low-hip length. Cotton and modal rayon. Machine wash. Imported.
I'm very pleased with this tunic. The red color is just right -- bright enough to feel cheery but not so bright as to look like a Santa suit. The fit is good, including sleeve length. This is a style that can be dressed up or down, and worn with jeans, or tights, or leggings, or wide-leg pants.
The only surprise I had was how very light-weight the tunic is. It's definitely more a spring time garment than a cold weather item, unless you wore something under it.