JMS Print Skirt, Tall
Color is not as pictured
I just got this skirt in the spring print, and I am a little disappointed in the color. In the picture, it looks like a beige background with the flower print, but actually it's a yellow. I'll still keep the skirt, however, because I love these skirts for work in the summer with a nice shirt and sandals or flip flops. I probably own at least 10.
June 7, 2013
JMS patterned skirts have been a staple in my work wardrobe for several years. I adapted when, suddenly, the same skirt dropped in length a couple of years ago; was bummed when last year's appeared in the catalog but weren't actually available; but the change to this version this year is worse than anything else - much, much worse. Gone is the cottony rayon of the past - these are all slinky, dated, cheap-feeling and looking polyester; and, piling on to that, the cut is much more snug. Just what plus-size women want with warmer weather ahead, right? Tight, non-breathing polyester. *Terrible.* I am so disappointed, and these will be returned. There's such a tremendous market for good quality, plus size workwear - why JMS and other retailers don't offer it is baffling to me.
March 25, 2013