With spring just a few days away, you might have started to rearrange your closet by replacing heavy winter layers with more appropriate transitional clothes. But after months spent focusing on bundling up, perhaps your wardrobe lacks the sort of lightweight-but-still-insulating jacket these in-between times call for. On days we can’t bear the thought of putting on that winter parka again, something like this Channeled Liner from Everlane seems much more appealing. Made entirely from recycled polyester, the jacket (which Everlane calls a “puffer”) promises to be warm enough to wear all alone on the spring-iest of days, but is thin enough that you can smoosh it into a tote (should those days turn too warm) or slip it under another layer (should those days turn too cold). With a crew neckline, snap buttons, and two front pockets, it also looks quite stylish in a rather classic way, so it can be your go-to springtime outer layer for many years to come. Today, you can get the jacket in this soothing blue teal for 50 percent off — or just $49. It’s also on sale in a terra-cotta color called “dark spice” for 40 percent off (or $58).
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