If you're considering getting a new jacket, a tan jacket is a wonderful option. Besides keeping you warm in cold weather, such a jacket can make the process of choosing clothes to wear a lot easier because it goes well with women's pants or skirts of almost any color. Lands' End has a wide selection of tan and beige women's jacket styles to suit your specific comfort needs and style preferences. Browse our store now to find yourself an awesome new jacket.
For something that can keep you warm in freezing temperatures, opt for our women's packable down beige jacket. Women's winter jackets are often weighty and restrictive, but this piece sets itself apart with its exceptional lightness and compressibility. Despite being substantial enough for sub-zero temperatures, this beige jacket for women can easily fit into its internal pocket. It also features HyperDRY down technology to stay lofty when wet, antistatic thread to maintain even distribution of down, and thoughtful stitching to flatter your figure. This jacket pairs especially well with leggings and jeans.
If you're looking for a tan work jacket, check out our women's quilted barn vest jacket. Featuring a 100% polyester fabric and 80-gram PrimaLoft insulation, this jacket provides adequate warmth in temperatures ranging from 7 degrees to 27 degrees. It also has a stylish stand-up collar with cozy corduroy lining, full-zip front with a snap cover placket, and two angled patch pockets. This jacket comes in an admiral khaki gingham plaid for a classic, rustic look. When it comes to matching bottoms with this tan jacket, women's jeans, chino pants, cargo pants, and leggings are excellent options.
Lands' End goes the extra mile to make sure our women's jackets offer more value for money than other jackets available on the market. Besides being stylish and super comfortable, our jackets are made of tough materials that can withstand a lot of wear and tear, so you can expect them to have a long service life. Get a high-quality women's beige jacket from Lands' End today to get ready for the cold season.