The Daphne is an impressively warm and well styled jacket option from Flylow.
It fits in more of a freeride style--a bit longer through the torso and looser--than the Puma Jacket, though fits shorter than the Sarah Jacket (which was way too long for my liking).
It's plenty warm, with only a base layer, down to 20* or so, haven't had the chance to try it below that temperature yet. I'm 5'6", 145#, 34D, and the medium fits with room to layer beneath (could *maybe* have run the small for a closer fit, but I like the looser fit, especially over bibs).
The pockets deserve a major shout-out: side ones to slip your hands in when it gets chilly, pass pocket on the forearm, two lower pockets, great for keys, snacks, etc, inner pocket for your phone with a headphone port, and inner one literally large enough for a calzone, if that's part of your lifestyle (live. your. truth!)
The sleeves fit well, with the super gaiter with thumb hole. I like that I can either have my gloves (with their longer gaunlet) over or under the sleeve.
The hood and neck are also superb: the neck zipper has a comfortable inner fabric, for those times you are without a Buff or neck gaiter. The hood is *almost* helmet compatible with my Smith--I think with a lower profile helmet it would fit better.
If you have Flylow pants or the Foxy Bibs, as I do, the snow skirt snaps right in, which is pretty slick if you ask me.
Overall, I would recommend this to anyone looking for a super warm and comfortable ski jacket. It is on the heavier side, so I would look for a shell option for backcountry or the like.