First and foremost, I have a "full bust" area, so finding clothes in general proves to be a daunting task, which is why I HATE to shop and literally only own a couple of shirts! Finding clothing that will actually fit me on top is always a challenge.
When the jacket came from Motorcycle House, I knew it fit right away. I ordered a size Large. The jacket has plenty of room to add a couple shirts underneath unlike some other brands.
The jacket is a beautiful black leather with a braided design on the front seams, something that I had never seen before. The zippers are heavy duty YKK and are large enough that you can still grip them while wearing gloves. The snaps at the collar seem to be heavy duty and it unsnaps and allows for a tighter fit around the neck. Just like any traditional black leather motorcycle jacket, it has zippers at the cuffs to tighten or loosen the fit and it has two inside pockets, one on each side. I do love pockets!
I really like that the outside pockets are truly deep enough for a hand and wrist to fit into. A lot of ladies clothing have little petite pockets that are either just made for looks or for ladies who have really small hands. (In the picture above, part of my wrist is out because I am using a remote for the camera and had to move to set it off).
What I liked the best about it was that the sleeves were actually LONG enough to accommodate my long arms. At 5'10 I have features that call for clothing that actually fits and covers my extremities. Although this is another problem I have with most jackets, this was not the case with this particular jacket.
The jacket allowed a lot of room to move in and didn't feel like I was wearing a straight jacket (NOT that I would know how one would fit, lol). It allowed movement all the way from the shoulder area, elbows and had plenty of room in the chest area as well.
While I liked a lot of the features of the jacket, the only thing I didn't like was the cinched in waist band- totally not my style! I prefer men's clothing and only wear steel toe boots so this jacket is not for me. If you are more "girly" then I think this would be a perfect fit.