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Did you hear?! J.Crew Mercantile is now available on Amazon! Yep, that means simple returns and free two-day shipping for Prime members! PS- If you don’t have Prime yet, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here. Anyways, the pricing is more aligned with J.Crew Factory, which is one of my favorite outlet stores, than J.Crew, so I wanted to check out the quality first-hand before recommending specific items to anyone. In full transparency, the J.Crew Mercantile pieces featured in this post (this classic green utility jacket, crewneck sweater, and navy chino pants) were gifted to me by Amazon Fashion, and I’ve already gone back and purchased these pants in Warm Desert (khaki) and this crewneck sweater in Brilliant Sapphire (bright blue). I’m telling you… it’s the same incredible J.Crew quality at a much more affordable price point.
Also, since the holidays are rapidly approaching, I wanted to highlight this Chloe Faye dupe bag one more time. It’s under $100, looks just like the real $2,000 deal, and is available in two sizes/three colors. I ordered the larger one in brown last year, and it’s still one of my favorite bags. In fact, the smaller black crossbody is on my Christmas list this year. I can’t think of any woman who wouldn’t want one of these bags in her closet, so keep these in mind while doing any online holiday shopping. Click here for more of the best designer dupes on Amazon. Oh, and head to the bottom of this post for full outfit details!
What are you loving from the new J.Crew Mercantile collection on Amazon? It’s already dropping down into the low 30s here in Columbia, so I’m thinking this long puffer coat will be my next purchase. What do y’all think?
This post was sponsored by Amazon Fashion, meaning I received the included clothes as compensation. Thank you so much for supporting the brands that make Diary of a Debutante possible! Photography by Catherine Rhodes.