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Chic Outerwear for Women for Less {All Styles Under $100}

What Motors Most Jacket in Noir in M – Moto Jacket by Jack by BB Dakota from ModCloth
A call saying your friend is spontaneously in town has you rushing into this Jack by BB Dakota moto jacket! Zoom toward the cafe wearing this vegan faux-leather layer, loving how its quilted side panels, epaulets, and pockets pull your impromptu ensemble together.

Escape Into Nature Cotton Jacket in Moss in S – Anorak Jacket
A hike to the lookout point or a backyard retreat feel incomplete without this olive-green jacket. Characterized by a decorative zipper along its collar, a drawstring-cinched waist, and a plaid lining, this cotton number layers you in natural style.

City Cheers Cropped Jacket in 2X – Pea Coat
Celebrate all the fun your hometown has to offer in the chic comforts of this houndstooth jacket. This cropped number features a single-button closure beneath its round collar, heart-shaped patch pockets, and a versatile black and white palette. Add in your fave big city attractions, and you have the makings of a perfect evening!

Pardon My French Quarter Cape in Navy Plaid in 1X – by ModCloth
Soaking in the New Orleans architecture while flaunting this plaid cape from our ModCloth namesake label, you bump into a camera-wielding passerby. Extending a hand from the front vents of your teal-touched layer to apologize, you see she’s turned her lens toward you, thrilled to capture the high collar, buttoned tabs, and navy, green, and orange hues of your fab outerwear!

Informed Ensemble Blazer in XL – Long Classic Blazer by ModCloth
If anyone wants the scoop on this ModCloth namesake label blazer you're rockin', all they have to do is ask! You've got all the deets on this tweed-like outerwear's finished pockets, taupe, brown, ginger, pink, yellow, and blue houndstooth motif, and vintage-inspired essence – and you're eager show off those style smarts.

Options and Consequences Knit Jacket in Grey in S – Decorative by ModCloth
How will you flaunt this navy jacket from our ModCloth namesake label – halfway buttoned to reveal its lapels, or fastened all the way to its high neckline? There's also the choice to wear this knit layer wide open with your hands snugly tucked inside its pockets. With so many opportunities, your styling eye will have a blast!

Coming of Edge Vegan Moto Jacket in Black in L
Usher in an epoch of daring style by incorporating this black moto jacket into your wardrobe rotation! Classic as can be with its pointed lapels, belted waist, zipped pockets, and shiny silver accents, this vegan faux-leather layer is an absolute essential – no matter your style perspective.

Tier Me Roar Jacket in Burgundy in 4X – Hoodie Jacket by ModCloth
Finished off with this burgundy hoodie, your look is equipped with comfort, drama, and a shocking amount of versatility! Live up the confidence you feel in this pocketed layer – part of our ModCloth namesake label – by flaunting its princess seams and ruffled tiers anywhere from the city streets to the campfire and beyond!

Pattern Person Cotton Anorak Jacket in L – Long
You don't need to tell anyone about your proclivity toward prints – this camouflage jacket proves it! Topped with muted red, yellow, and blue roses, closed with an antiqued silver zipper, and cinched at the waist with an inner drawstring, this tab-sleeved layer is a pocketed portrayal of your pattern preferences.

Edgy Does It Faux-Leather Moto Jacket in S – by Jack by BB Dakota from ModCloth
Between its classic aesthetic and refreshing updates, this faux-leather moto jacket from Jack by BB Dakota will definitely impact your attitude. Dresses, tees, and blouses alike are given new life when paired up with the button-and-zipper pocket combo of this textured cream outerwear, which is certainly worth sharing!

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  1. ellen beck

    I really like that freewheeling jacket up there! I have not seen anything like it, and I like how it looks comfortabe and that you could wear layers under it. It would be very flattering. I tend to like longer coats, and this would still be fine.

  2. Nicole

    I have been looking at coats for the chilly weather that has started here in Michigan. I love the button front coats. Great picks here.

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