I recently had the opportunity to try out Lands' End Women's Weatherly Jacket. When I first saw it I was amazed at how thin it was. We're so used to thinking that we have to look like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man in order to be warm. Well, with this coat, you do not need to add 5 feet of fluff to your middle in order to keep warm. The Weatherly Jacket has this exclusive PolarThin™ insulation that keeps you really warm without the bulk. And really, who wants a big puffy coat that makes you look 2 sizes larger than you really are? I love it because it's cute, yet casual and that's my style.
It has all these cool features too. Water beads up and rolls off the outside of the jacket instead of soaking in. It has a fleece collar, an MP3 player pocket inside, and handwarmer pockets. It even has adjustable cuffs for a snug fit that keeps snow out and adjustable back waist tab for a better fit. You'll be amazed at how warm you stay in a jacket that's so lightweight and thin! It has a temperature rating of -10°/-5°. If you're wearing layers, the jacket will keep you warm in -10° weather; if you're only wearing one light layer, in -5° weather.
And it comes in like 20 billion colors! OK, maybe that's a slight exaggeration, but it does come in 13 delicious colors, and both regular and plus sizes. Right now it's on sale for $49.50 which is not a bad price for a Lands' End winter jacket. Because it's from Lands' End, you know you're getting a quality item that will last and last. And, of course, you're getting Lands' End customer service and backing.
If the Women's Weatherly Jacket is not your style, or perhaps you're looking for a dressier coat, never fear because Lands' End has a ton of other stylish coats for the whole family! If you live someplace that never drops below 70°,
Right now, Lands' End is giving away a Women's ThermaCheck® 100 Half-zip Pullover to one of my readers. This fleece pullover comes in more than a dozen colors, and regular, petite, and plus sizes. Leave me a comment here and I'll pick a random winner for the snuggly, warm pullover on Monday, November 10.