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    I think any wash of jacket would be fine. Just pick the one that is most versatile for your wardrobe not just this dress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzywednesday View Post
    I'm looking at a few options at Torrid for a jacket. I haven't owned a denim jacket that I wore regularly since ... 1989.

    While I gravitate towards dark wash for jeans, I was thinking a medium or even light wash would be best for this.
    I think that one looks good! I also prefer dark wash jeans, but bought a medium wash denim jacket last fall. I've only worn it once or twice (because I haven't been going to my office much, and I bought it mostly to wear to work with a couple of dresses) but I do like it!
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    I like that Torrid jacket, and itís a good price! I have a similar wash jacket. Just make sure itís soft - hard denim jacket is too uncomfortable to wear for long


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    Quote Originally Posted by niccig View Post
    I like that Torrid jacket, and it’s a good price! I have a similar wash jacket. Just make sure it’s soft - hard denim jacket is too uncomfortable to wear for long


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    I didn't feel like accepting the cookies for Torrid so couldn't read the description. You'll want one with a bit of spandex for comfort. Soft material is good too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    I didn't feel like accepting the cookies for Torrid so couldn't read the description. You'll want one with a bit of spandex for comfort. Soft material is good too!
    I read the description. The torrid jacket has spandex in it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Melaine View Post
    Costco has the best jean jacket ever! (I'm sorry I have mentioned it so many times). It's so stretchy and comfy.

    https://www.costco.com/buffalo-ladie...100503817.html
    I can't wear straight sizes right now - too broad in the shoulder & full in the chest, but thank you for the recommendation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    I think any wash of jacket would be fine. Just pick the one that is most versatile for your wardrobe not just this dress.
    I'm building a wardrobe because my jeans have worn out at the thigh, so I can do pretty much anything.

    I think a medium wash would be best for pieces I already have, too. I favor bright colors & loud prints; medium wash denim feels like a good way to temper that.
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