P.S. As you known, I am not intend to encourage you catching up this trend. Rather, I just want to show a few ways of styling. And if you want to get a vest, then you can have one in your own style :)
- Tuxedo Vest
Borrow from your boyfriend? No, we can get better than the usual borrowing with our very own tuxedo shaped vests - masculine, slick and totally women-in-power modern goddesses. It reminds me when Yves Saint Laurent first designed their Tuxedo blazer!
You can team the hip-length vests with variously calibrated high-waisted, ankle-cropped trousers, floaty skirts or slim dresses to create the new volumes, particularly if you can play with fabrics in contrasting texture! Remember, make sure you still define your waist. Lots of them were worn open, but I guess we can always play with different outfits!
- Soft Focus
Remember this picture of Sienna Miller attending her sister's wedding? We can try cotton vest with silk chiffon dress to make it even more English Garden Party :)
BCBG Max Azria - defined waist & the bow gives the soft-touch
- Fun Vest
Actually we can grab any scarf and tie it into a bow for an innovation for any boring vest !
Anna Sui ss08
- Defined Vest - Belt it
Another Proenza Schouler Cult - but what I love about Sarah Jessica Parker (as Carrie Bradshaw in the new Sex and the City: the Movie) is that she made the vest totally her own! The lemon yellow vest is much more showy with the greyish blue skirt, and the cut and structure was also presented beautifully with the short & floaty cut of the skirt... and her hat! How bold and beautiful!
Great! I hope you enjoy reading it and style your vest in your own fabulous way! Have a fun vest day!