Quilted jackets, no barn required

J.Crew quilted field jacket in bright blue. Details at une femme d'un certain age

Quilted jackets are a micro-trend I’ve been noticing this fall. But not just the perennial classic “the horse blankets are in the back of the Range Rover” style. I’m seeing some fun colors and more refined styles, practical and perfect for a casual-but-put-together look.

And many are on sale…

Above, this quilted field jacket with Primaloft filling is available in sizes XX-Small to XX-Large in 3 colors. And it’s 30% off with code FALLISHERE.

If you live in a cooler climate, these light to mid-weight jackets can be a perfect transitional season piece, and many are fitted enough to wear as a warm mid-layer underneath a rain jacket or overcoat when it’s colder. For those of us who live in milder climates, they’re a perfect winter weight over a sweater.

Talbots quilted field jacket in bright blue. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

Here’s a similar style, offered in four colors in Misses, Petite, Plus, and Plus Petite sizes. This one’s also 30% off!

Lands' End quilted packable jacket in Jade Green. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

This packable jacket has a streamlined look, and is currently 40% off with code PARTNER. It’s available in 4 colors in Regular, Petite and Tall sizes.

J.Crew Regent quilted blazer. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

This blazer style is a more refined take. In 3 colors, sizes XX-Small to XX-Large.

Club Monaco quilted long jacket. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

This longer, slightly oversized jacket in a sea green color has a sophisticated minimalist look. In sizes XXX-Small to X-Large.

Everlane long quilted jacket in Olive. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

Here’s a similar style at a more budget-friendly price. Also offered in Ivory, in sizes XX-Small to XL.

Barbour Beadnell quilted jacket. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

I had to include at least one Barbour style, a nod to classic. Sure, it would be at home in the barn, but isn’t too rugged for errands in town.

Talbot's paisley print quilted jacket. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

A bit of print adds a more feminine element. I like this paisley print which doesn’t skew too twee. In Misses and Petite sizes, and 30% off.

Chico's quilted animal print jacket. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

And of course, if you love animal print 🐆 ….this one is offered in sizes 0-22.

More women’s quilted jackets & vests…

How do you feel about quilted jackets? Is this a style you’d wear?

Stay in touch.

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19 Comments

  1. RoseAG
    September 23, 2020 / 4:39 am

    The collarless Everlane jacket is nice, and comes in white too.
    It’s getting dark earlier and I like a white jacket for walks.
    It’s important to me that the coat be washable. When I was commuting I picked up grease and dirt from the subway turnstiles. Now that I’m at home I pick up dirt dealing with the dog or it’s blown into me as I”m walking on the beach.

  2. Elizabeth
    September 23, 2020 / 6:12 am

    Love my 15 year old quilted Benetton jacket. As someone who worked in a rural area, I never saw a farmer wearing a quilted jacket. But, the Queen wears a Barbour when out in the countryside.

  3. Laura
    September 23, 2020 / 6:20 am

    I bought one of the Uniqlo jackets in Paris last fall on your recommendation. I wore it almost every day and still love it!

  4. bq
    September 23, 2020 / 6:32 am

    I have never ordered from a blogger’s site/recommendations Susan, but the Everlane jacket has “me” written all over it [well, not literally, I hope!!]. Really looking forward to wearing it. And thank you for sharing your lovely self, especially in these challenging times.

  5. Susan
    September 23, 2020 / 6:53 am

    I like and do wear the Uniqlo jackets as they are so light, soft and yet warm enough for our temperate winters, but not white (although I was seriously tempted).

  6. Cindylou
    September 23, 2020 / 7:18 am

    I have the Uniqlo jacket in black and I wore it last winter quite frequently, usually when going out in the evening. I have two other quilted jackets in white which I’m looking forward to wearing this winter since I’ve let my hair go silver. I too live in Southern California so I usually wear a quilted vest most days when I go out. I have 5 or 6 in different colors. When I travel to colder climes I can wear a vest under a lightweight jacket for extra warmth.

  7. Wren
    September 23, 2020 / 7:26 am

    I’ve been hanging on to a quilted Burberry jacket that I haven’t worn for years. It was gifted to me and if I had had a choice, would have chosen camel rather than dark brown. It’s a bit boxy but probably a classic so maybe it comes out again.
    On the topic of expensive clothing items, I like that your price points seem reasonable, Susan. Although I could afford to buy designer, to me it seems almost criminal to spend thousands of dollars on one handbag (for example).
    I told you recently about how my on-line shopping wasn’t very successful but one item that is a keeper is the pair of Chelsea boots from Madewell. They made the cut but I returned 3 other pairs so thanks for sharing that boot.

  8. Anon
    September 23, 2020 / 8:09 am

    I have four lightweight quilted jackets in heavy rotation throughout the year. They layer well, due to not being too fitted or having much in the way of detail and ornamentation. Mine are neutrals, so they all mix and match. This has worked to keep me warm right into winter. One is showing signs of wear. And here I thought I was being frivolous when I bought them for a spring trip with fluctuating weather in the forecast.

  9. Janis
    September 23, 2020 / 9:41 am

    I love the field jacket style but wish they offered hoods. Its so nice to pop up a hood when there is intermittent rain in the forecast! Thank you for the wonderful selection!!!!

  10. Rondi
    September 23, 2020 / 12:17 pm

    I love love love quilted jackets! A couple of years ago I found a lovely quilted jacket in olive on a clearance rack. It had been marked down to almost nothing. Believe it or not I got it from Target. I get a lot of use out of it. And I often get compliments on it.

  11. Kay
    September 23, 2020 / 1:18 pm

    I love both chore jackets and barn jackets for the pockets.

  12. Lagatta de Montréal
    September 23, 2020 / 4:29 pm

    Very fond of the quilted jacket in deep moss (one of my colours). I don’t wear anything white or pastel (black cat, but also my taste) and letting my hair go salt and pepper means more cool grey for me, not white.

    By the way, hoods on these jackets can be welcome in a shower, but are a bit unwieldy under another hooded layer.

  13. September 23, 2020 / 7:48 pm

    I have an olive coloured quilted jacket with a faux shearling collar that I absolutely love. It’s perfect for spring and fall here in Canada.

  14. Sharon L
    September 24, 2020 / 1:55 pm

    Wonderful jacket choices! At the risk of sounding aucune idée, what is the definition of “twee”?

    • Susan Blakey
      Author
      September 24, 2020 / 2:02 pm

      Thanks, Sharon. “Twee” to me means “juvenile” or overly sweet or “cutesy.”

  15. September 24, 2020 / 5:05 pm

    Great jacket selections, Susan! I love my Barbour jackets (regular Beadnell and a quilted jacket (a bit more dressy)). I have a question: Why do women (anyone really) love vests? They keep my chest warm but arms are freezing! What am I doing wrong?

    • Susan Blakey
      Author
      September 24, 2020 / 5:44 pm

      I think it just depends on your climate and your own personal thermostat. I sometimes wear them over a sweater or long-sleeved tee when I need another layer but a jacket is just too warm.

      • September 25, 2020 / 4:43 pm

        Thank you, Susan.

  16. Michele
    September 25, 2020 / 6:21 am

    Love quilted jackets. I have several from Lands End and recently bought a Barbour jacket from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.

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