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Women's Lanz Jumper With Cord Trim

Women's Lanz Jumper With Cord Trim

WAS:  $69.95- $74.95
NOW: $39.99
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Classic Plaid Jumper From Lanz In Spring-Toned 100% Cotton

Looking for a classically styled garment with loads of flattering details and colored with spring-inspired hues? It’s Lanz to the rescue with this pink-and-blue plaid jumper expertly tailored in soft, easy-wearing 100% cotton. The button-front placket combines with the side zip to allow for easy dressing, while the corded trim at the neck and patch pockets, the princess seams along the front and back bodice, and the bias-cut skirt provide you with those special finishing touches you desire. Approx. 45" long. Machine wash and dry. Imported. Available in both Misses’ and Women's sizes.

  • 100% cotton plaid jumper from Lanz
  • Button-front placket
  • Side zip
  • Corded trim at the round neck and patch pockets
  • Bias-cut skirt

Add the ideal classic style to your springtime wardrobe with this alluring plaid 100% cotton jumper from Lanz.

Women's Lanz Jumper With Cord Trim


100% Cotton


Machine wash cold, gentle cycle with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Warm iron if needed.


Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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Jumper description needs updating. I was introduced to Lanz clothing by an affluent roommate in college. She was from Silver Spring, Maryland and her mother had always dressed her almost completely in Lanz (and I was pretty much envious). As a design major, I could appreciate the quality and attention to detail. It's a different world today where quality of fabrications and detail are hard to come by in moderate, and sometimes even higher end, clothing. I have enjoyed being able to purchase Lanz clothing from the Vermont Country Store; however, sadly, the quality is disappearing, as it is with most ready-to-wear. This Lanz jumper is a perfect example. The lovely spring plaid caught my eye online. I skimmed the description as I always do, which included the information that "... the bias-cut skirt (would) provide you with those special finishing touches you desire." While the bodice and the waistband are cut on the bias, unfortunately, the skirt is not and it needed to be, in order to fit the body gracefully, and to avoid problems with pattern matching and at the hemline. It's very difficult to work with an uneven plaid such as this one and this garment is fairly screaming for help at the hemline and side seams. Correct fabrication and the accurate description of fabrication is important for both the seller and the buyer -- the seller wanting the design to be profitable and the buyer wanting good value for their money. Perhaps it's time for retailers to demand more from supply sources. Refusal to buy is a powerful vote. February 18, 2014
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