It fit pretty well, but I was able to take it in a bit more once I had snipped off the sleeves. Now I can wear it by itself or under blazers and lighter jackets.
Of course, I couldn't just throw away those cut-off sleeves. I had this boring jacket I'd gotten at a yard sale over the summer. I'd been wanting a jacket with contrast sleeves, and this was just the thing I need to make one.
After a quick seam-ripping job, I had the old sleeves and lining off. I pinned the denim sleeves on the dark jacket (I can't tell if it is faded black or dark navy) and stitched them in place.
I love how the sleeves are lighter than the body of the jacket, since most contrast-sleeve jackets have darker sleeves. I hope to get a lot of use out of these pieces this spring.
Thanks for reading!