Four Stylish Jackets Under $100

Hi there, and Happy New Year! Alyson from The Average Girl’s Guide here to give Kristin and Megan a moment to catch their breath amidst babies, life, everything. Exhausted just thinking about everything they do!

I’m sharing with you today a few options to stay warm while stylish. Even though I’m a Florida girl, our dipping temperatures (brr, down to the 30s!) and scanning style blogs full of winter fashion reminds me that every gal needs a cute jacket to stay warm. Yes, marshmallow puffers suffice when it’s that cold, however try one of these looks – under $100 and not basic black — to keep you smokin’ hot in these chilly temps.

outerwear under $100 1. Apt. 9 Double Breasted Wool Coat ($84.99, reg. $220)
2. Asos Fit and Flare Coat with faux fur collar ($69.08)
3. Delia’s Wool Bomber Coat with faux fur hood lining ($79.50, reg. $89.50)
4. Old Navy Frost Free Shawl-Neck Jacket ($54.99, reg. $69.94)

Thanks so much to Kristin and Megan for having me over! Come visit me at www.theaveragegirlsguide.com for more!

Merci beaucoup to Alyson for her fabulous guest post! Make sure you say hello over at her blog!

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  1. says

    These are fantastic! I’m always a sucker for a good peacoat with brass buttons, and the blue really pops. LOVE LOVE LOVE that Delia’s is still around. They were good to me as a young fashionista and this bomber says that hasn’t changed… and this Asos coat is like a ruffled piece of candy that also keeps you warm. Thanks Alyson!

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  2. says

    these are all such great jackets! i just got a cute red and blue wool coat from ON for $15!!! it was such a great deal that i bought it even though i can’t wear it til after i give birth!

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