Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by TeachK I love it. Now where'd the Beige one go?
I absolutely love this sweatshirt. I have no problem wearing it with anything. It can be dressed up, or down. It has a great weight to it, that really allows for layering. Easily one of my favorite purchases. I want the beige one. Bring it back!
October 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by VanPete French Terry Rules
deep blue navy, and superb make. I have this sweatshirt in orange and wanted a fall update colour. it is simple and clean and already an old favourite.
August 9, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by gimbal There are better options out there
I was really excited about the item since I had been looking for a french terry cloth sweatshirt for a while. When I received this one, I realized that the stitch quality was sub-par, the torso was needlessly long and the cuffs were uncomfortable. The lower part of the sweatshirt does not fit the body because it's too wide and the band is not elastic. The worst part was the neck, which was sewn asymmetrically and in a faulty way. The fabric itself is unexpectedly rough and not very pleasant to have against bare skin. I was going to return it but I had already took the tags off.
Definitely not one of my good finds from J Crew.
July 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hank Classic Versatile Sweatshirt
This is the perfect sweatshirt for a lazy day or to wear on a casual Friday in the office. I like to throw over bright colored oxford. The size is true and comparable to all other JCrew sizing. I ended up buying it in grey as well. I highly recommend.
May 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by mcadamsandwich The perfect navy sweatshirt.
With a trim fit, solid construction, and super comfortable French Terry cotton fleece, this is the best navy sweatshirt you'll find under $100. Period.
On a 6'0 175 lb. frame, a medium fits perfect: just enough extra room to fit comfortably over a button down shirt, but trim enough that you'd look out of place at your local gym. This isn't your dad's old "weekends only" sweatshirt.
March 18, 2015