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Decisions, decisions, decisions ...
- Reversible capability gives her two stylish winter jackets; solid for laid-back days and plaid for when she wants to make a statement
- 550-Fill down insulation keeps your gal toasty and comfy while she catches the bus to school mid-winter
- DWR coating helps shield her from melting icicles, lightly fallen snow, and surprise snowball attacks
- Quilted lining throughout gives her a cozy appearance
- Zip-in and snap-in compatibility allows her to layer on super-frigid days
- Elastic binding at cuffs, hood, and hem help keeps out the cold and seal in warmth
- Multiple hand pockets on each side stash her gloves, tissues, or lunch money
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Girls' XL is like Women's Petite Medium
I am short (5'1") but not skinny (about 125 lbs). I am top heavy with wide shoulders so I wear the North Face women's medium jackets. I was looking for another every day down jacket in black and thought I might try the kids jackets since they are cheaper. TNF Moondoggy was one of the coats I tried. As far as the fit is concerened XL was okay - sort of roomy around the chest but just right arm length (which means they're too short for most adult women - I find most adult size jackets 1-2" too long on the arms). I didn't keep the jacket because: 1) didn't like the quilting look on me; 2) didn't feel the feel of the jacket. It was sort of thin and stiff; and 3) the cut was not very figure flattering (dah, they're for kids!).
My little girl wears a 10/12 in clothing so i originally selected the XL/18 but I thought that would be way to big so i chatted with BC CUS SVC REP and the changed it to L14/16 which is just right. I am not gonna return it because the sleeves are a little long but I think the body is fitting. So i would suggest going 2 sizes up. Otherwise the price was great. I got on sale for
$83.00 & free 2 day shipping.