Insomniac Sale Picks: Warm Colorul Wool Coats

*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?*

Paula requested a few picks for warm wool coats in colors other than black, so here we go:


lands end wool coat

Land’s End Luxe Wool Car Coat – was $199, now $119.40
with code SHARE40 and pin 7220

Princess seams, people. SUCH a wonderful way to give a coat some shape without adding a fixed waistline. This elegant coat comes in two temperature ratings – the classic version shown here is lined and will keep you toasty to about 5ºF. It’s the more colorful option, too, available in this purple as well as red, camel, black, and gray. The insulated version will work through -10ºF, and is $131.4 on sale, in camel, black, or gray. Both versions are available in regular, petite, tall, and plus sizes! A few more color options available here, too.


J.Crew Double-cloth Lady Day Coat – was $365, now $273.75
with code SHOPTOIT

If I didn’t already have more coats than is remotely reasonable, this one would be on my wishlist. It’s got a trim, sleek silhouette, is lined with Thinsulate for extra coziness, and comes in 10 gorgeous colors including this cobalt, yellow, orange, bright purple, coral, and pink. Available in sizes 000 – 16, including petite and tall sizes. This similar style comes in plus and petite plus sizes. (Customer opinions on warmth are admittedly mixed – if you need something that’ll work through subzero temps, consider the Land’s End coat instead.)


Kenneth Cole Zip-cuff Wool Walker Coat – was $325, now $129.99

No mention of Thinsulate for this coat, but it promises warmth for a few design-related reasons: The stand collar will keep you neck covered, it’s a mid-thigh coat so offers more coverage, and with a close fit it will keep your body heat trapped more effectively. It’s a wool blend and fully lined, so hopefully appropriate for all but the most frigid temps. Available in this blue as well as mauve, pale gray, or black in sizes 2 – 14. Also on Amazon. This style comes in ice blue in plus sizes, and do check the Eloquii coats for more great plus options.

Sustainable resources for warm wool coats:

  1. Everlane – The brand just came out with two wool coat styles, a trench and an overcoat. No bold brights, but you can get heather gray or burgundy.
  2. Eileen Fisher – Spendy but lovely, including long options like this stunning alpaca-blend coat.
  3. eBay – Thousands of secondhand options in a huge array of colors.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for warm wool coats:

  1. J.Crew – Wool coats in a variety of styles and a rainbow of colors. The double-cloth long peacoat hits below the knee and has a cozy stand collar.
  2. Land’s End – Short and long styles, many available in regular, petite, plus, and tall sizes. Love this basketweave wool coat.
  3. Macy’s – Macy’s may be mediocre at many things, but the store excels at outerwear. Regular, petite, and plus sizes in many styles. This double-breasted flared peacoat is darling.

**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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3 Responses to “Insomniac Sale Picks: Warm Colorul Wool Coats”

  1. Karen

    I have the plum-colored Lands End coat, and it’s well-made and quite warm. Note that, in spite of the princess seams, it has a fairly straight silhouette. (I kept it, but really wish that it had a bit more waist definition, and flare to the “skirt”.)

  2. Dust. Wind. Bun.

    “If I didn’t already have more coats than is remotely reasonable…”

    I have found my people. I can’t justify buying any more coats unless I wreck one or it doesn’t fit anymore, so I’ll just stare longingly at that cobalt one. Brightly-colored coats can really make a big difference in my, at least, attitude toward winter, and they often go on sale first/more deeply than their neutral counterparts. (Sky-blue Land’s End parka for less than half the price of the black ones, yes please! That cheered up my winter last year for sure.)

    (…wait, I just remembered I found my electric blue lined full-length London Fog trench coat!! We’re not below zero yet, so I think that needs to come out to play. Best garage sale purchase ever!)