Vest Dress.

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Outfit Details | Vest/Dress (Ann Taylor, in stores), Shoes (J Crew, almost identical pair here), Purse (Windsor, sadly sold out), Sunglasses (ASOS, sadly sold out but shop more options here), Lipstick (Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Matte Lipstick in Lamoureuse, c/o So Choix), Earrings (Etsy), Watch (c/o Wristology).

I am always trying to get the most out of every piece in my wardrobe, which means trying to dream up new ways to wear items that have not yet been seen here on this blog (it’s harder than it seems!). I recently purchased this Ann Taylor vest and absolutely love it as a layering piece. When I was trying it on with different outfits, I realized that it was long enough to wear on it’s own as a dress! Score!

Futuristic and super minimalistic styles are ones that I usually shy away from, not because I don’t like them (I love them), but because I felt like I couldn’t really pull them off. For this look, I am most definitely stepping out of my comfort zone and I really love the result. This vest is very structured so it was easy to feel fully covered and very sexy at the same time. Additionally, the leather details add such a special touch to the overall look.

Do you have a long vest that is hanging up in your closet? Why not try wearing it as a dress!? The next time I wear this vest as a dress, I may even add a belt to further define my waist or layer a long sleeve sweater underneath for cooler days. Really, the possibilities are endless.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. October 29, 2014 / 7:30 am

    How chic is this? Well done. Can’t wait to see how you integrate this piece into the rest of your wardrobe and what new magic outfits you devise!

  2. October 29, 2014 / 12:56 pm

    I have recently found your blog and really love your girly, simple style! Can’t wait for the next post!

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