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Mega-Deal Alert: This Sherpa Jacket Is on Sale for Just $13

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Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.You know when you’re just browsing — not planning on buying anything — but doing a little online window shopping for fun…and then you see it?

We’re talking about the piece that instantly throws off your plans and has you pulling out your wallet as fast as possible. Hey, it happens!There’s no need to feel guilty about an unexpected purchase when it’s something you really, really love.

There’s especially no need to feel guilty when it’s 41% off and now under $15. And seriously, we’re talking about a piece that wouldn’t surprise Us if it cost closer to $100!Get the Time and Tru Sherpa Button-Front Jacket (originally $22) for just $13 at Walmart!Walmart has some major hidden gems with mega-markdowns hiding around its site, and we just about lost our minds when we spotted this exclusive.

It’s cozy, it’s on trend, it’s everything! This sherpa jacket is all a modern fashionista could ask for in the middle of winter!This jacket has a warm, plush sherpa on the outside with a thinner, silky fleece on the inside.

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