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Review: Upper Class Fashion UK Women’s Vintage Air Force Flying Jacket Sheepskin Aviator Flying Jacket

I bought this jacket and it is pretty solid in terms of a sheepskin aviator.

It feels comfortable, light, but came with a strange perfume smell.

The stitching is not perfect inside either, I can see the seams clearly, but it was still warm and cosy.

I took the US 6 size and it was perfect (just my size, my shoulders are US 6 but my body is US 4).

The cuffs could be rolled up or left down.


It even had a hood which I was not a fan of.

Overall, a nice aviator jacket and a good purchase for the price ($300 USD). I ended up returning it because I bought another sheepskin jacket instead, but this is a good price for a jacket that is about the same quality as the super expensive classic brands, only that the quality and stitching are not perfect and while soft and comfy.

I expected it to be a lot thicker and heavier (I guess aviators are not like that though, the more expensive Avivrex one I tried on was just the same texture and thickness).

Made in Uruguay.

 

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2 Comments

  1. marco

    hi! it looks great!! What is the name of the mark? i would like find it for man.
    Regards!!

    Reply
    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      It is called “upper class fashion UK”..

      Reply

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