Insomniac Sale Picks: Natural Fiber and Blend Tunic Sweaters

*In this late-night feature – which will run on Tuesday and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Krysta requested a few picks for tunics with some natural fiber content, so here we go:

tunic sweater

J.Jill Ashley Tunic Sweater – was $69, now $39.99

As I mention below, J.Jill is always worth a look if you’re seeking tunics. The company does design lots of manmade-fiber sweaters, but this one is 70% cotton, which will make it comfy and versatile. It’s got a mix of textures, and comes in this cranberry as well as red heather, spruce, light blue, gray heather, and black in sizes XS – XL. Size availability varies by color. Also in petite, plus, and tall sizes. If you’re looking for pastels or a lighter knit, try this sweater tunic instead.


Woolovers Fair Isle Sweater Dress – was $62, now $32

Although this is called a dress, it’s between 31″ and 32″ in length so for average and tall gals it should be in the tunic range. It’s pure lambswool, so it may be a bit itchy for some folks, but Woolovers’ wools don’t tend to be unbearably scratchy, in my experience. Available in this gray as well as navy, cream, turquoise, or red fair isle in sizes XS – XL.  Size availability varies by color. This similar style is available in 1X – 3X. Woolovers also has other tunic options like this turtleneck tunic and this lofty cowl.

sweater tunic

Land’s End Cotton Cable Boatneck Tunic – was $59, now $41.30
with code LOVE and pin 1030

When I think “tunic,” I think mid-thigh length but shorter versions still qualify. If you’d rather have a style that hits around your hips, this boatneck is worth investigating. It’s 100% cotton, so comfy, absorbent, and washable. Available in this white as well as turquoise, red, black, or navy in sizes XS – XL.  Size availability varies by color. Also in petite, tall, and plus sizes.

turtleneck tunic

Woolrich Clapshaw Cowl-Neck Tunic Sweater – was $89, now $49.99 – $78.62

This sweater has the lowest natural fiber content of the night at only 30% wool, but it’s such a great shape and style I wanted to include it. This tunic would look so perfect with faux leather leggings and ankle boots or jeggings and tall boots. Available in this camel as well as charcoal heather and blue heather in sizes XS – XXL. Size availability varies by color. This similarly shaped cowl sweater tunic comes in sizes 1X – 4X.

Sustainable resources for tunics with some natural fiber content:

  1. Everlane – I own and LOVE this one, and there are a few others in cashmere and cotton blends.
  2. Eileen Fisher – Organic and sustainable options like this minimalist merino sweater tunic.
  3. Gudrun Sjödén – Lots of colorful organic cotton options!
  4. LISSA the Shop – Tunics in both sweater knits and jersey, comfy, cute, and sustainable.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for tunics with some natural fiber content:

  1. J.Jill – Always a go-to for tunics. This cotton blend in pastels will be great for spring.
  2. Nordstrom – More than 100 options including this wool/cashmere blend in four eye-catching colors.
  3. Amazon – You’ll need to narrow your search by fiber, but there are hundreds of sweater tunics in cotton, wool, cashmere, and linen blends. Love this cotton-blend waffle knit.

**Disclosure: Actions you take from the hyperlinks within this blog post may yield commissions for See Already Pretty’s disclosure statement for more details. Sustainable options are either used, handmade, made in the U.S., artisan made in non-sweatshop conditions, or made using sustainable/fair trade practices.

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