Insomniac Sale Picks: Collarless Jackets

*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?*

Vanesa requested a few picks for collarless jackets, so here we go:

collarless blazer

Halogen Oxford One-button Jacket – was $138, now $82.80

I’m smitten with reverse-lapel designs like this one since they essentially have all of the elements of a traditional blazer without the added bulk of true lapels. Also love the three flap pockets. Available in navy in sizes 0 -16, as well as petite sizes. This similar style comes in black and navy in sizes 14W  -24W.

open front blazer

Adrianna Papell Marni Clean Seamed Blazer – was $149, now $59.17 – $149

Gotta love the sleek, clean lines on this smart jacket. The way it’s styled here shows how well it will layer with a busy or complex-looking top. Available in black in sizes 2 -16. This similar style is available in black as well as stripes in sizes 14W – 24W and this one in petite and tall sizes. This Adrianna Papell collarless jacket is a stunner, too, though only available in sizes 6 – 14.

white collarless jacket

Talbots Refined Crepe Jacket – was $199, now $149.25

Still spendy, even on sale, but a great choice if you prefer a rounded high collar. Talbots also sells matching skirts and pants, so you can make a suit of this one! Available in this ivory as well as black or baby blue in sizes 2 – 20, as well as petite, plus, and petite plus sizes. Size availability varies by color.

collarles jacket

Loft Textured Collarless Blazer – $98

Not currently on sale, it’s true, but I’m including this blazer because Loft has a sale approximately every five seconds so I’m sure it WILL be on sale very soon. And because it’s got a great nubby texture, comes in this salmon as well as navy or white and is available in sizes 00 -18 as well as petite and tall sizes. Size availability varies by color. Similar colors and styles in plus sizes right here.

utility jacket

Gap Utility Jacket – was $275, now $127.49

Aaaand because I still believe that virtually every woman can use a great utility jacket, I’m including this stand-collar but lapel-free version. It’s a great length with a cinch-able waist and available in this olive (my favorite) as well as peach, tan, or navy. Available in sizes XS – XXL. Size availability varies by color. This similar style is available in petite and plus sizes, and this one in petite and tall sizes.

Sustainable resources for collarless jackets:

  1. Eileen Fisher – Some of my favorite collarless and lapel-free jackets are EF. This organic linen one would be super versatile.
  2. eBay – Honestly, Eileen kinda has the corner on sustainable collarless … but eBay has hundreds of used options.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for collarless jackets:

  1. Nordstrom – A few more options in addition to the one above, mostly under “open front” for some reason.
  2. Nine West – Check this brand if you’re looking for bright colors. Great plus size selection, too.
  3. H&M – Lots of great collarless jackets including this cool jacquard topper.
  4. J.Crew – Just a couple of styles now, but the brand has done lovely collarless options several seasons running.

**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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  • muddyriver

    People Tree have one of those reverse-lapel jackets, here:–coats/harlow-jacket . They’re a UK-based fair trade/sustainable brand, but they ship worldwide.

  • I’m not a big fan of Eileen Fisher’s style, but their sustainability cred is great. I did the Climate Ride from New York City to Washington DC and they had several staff members participating who they sponsored.