How To Style A White Vest

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Flare pants and maxi vest
Flare pants and maxi vest
White is obviously the most popular color of this summer. Not only does it give a refreshing look,  but also this shade creates very stylish outfits. Whatever you sport during the hot summer days, just make sure that your ensembles feature at least one element in this color. Below are several examples of how to style lovely and cool outfits and stay on trend. Vest is what we are going to talk about today, and of course it is a white vest that is of the greatest interest to us. If you are not sure whether you might need such a piece in your closet, scroll down and I am pretty sure that all your doubts will fade away immediately.

4 Adorable Outfits Featuring White Vest

Look number one is my favorite one. This lovely ensemble was designed to amaze and hypnotize. While we see a lot of similar and somewhat cliche outfits today, this particular one has nothing to do with the mainstream fashion. Every single detail here opens up a different view at the outfit and stresses great individuality and artistic approach of the lady. The brunette beauty rocked a pair of cool high-waisted flare pants in blue. The piece features a very engaging design with several flowers in pastels. Since the pants are very bright, the stunner decided to off-set them with more moderate pieces. A plain top in white perfectly fits in the outfit and so does the cream maxi vest. A trendy tote in camel brown along with jewelry pieces and white sandals complete this gorgeous look.

Overalls in florals and chunky boots
Overalls in florals and chunky boots
In case you prefer more funky style, then this outfit will speak to you a lot. A super saucy pair of short overalls in a tropical print contrasts with this lovely white vest with black styling. Actually it looks exactly like a moto jacket, but without long sleeves. A pair of lacquered boots in black as well as a matching fringed handbag and studded sunglasses complement the look in a perfect way. Of course, you don’t have to rock the same pair of shoes – it is quite understandable that with over-thirty-degree temperatures we will be obsessed with sandals. However, I would recommend to go for a pair of flat shoes. A small heel will never do harm, so feel free to play with footwear the way you wish.

Black and white
Black and white
A very elegant and exquisite look can be achieved if you go for classic monochrome, modest fits and this summer essential. I absolutely adore this frock in black with lace embellishment along the hem of the skirt. The sleeveless silhouette of the dress allows you to choose between quite a number of vests. The one on the picture seems to be very cute indeed, so maybe there is no need for you to spend hours in a search.  Simply get yourself a crop vest in white denim (or any other thick fabric) and you can easily style a dozen of various outfits, including the one above.

Pastels and romantic hue
Pastels and romantic hue
And last but not least – this ensemble looks the most romantic and cute. First of all, it is due to the color palette: violet is one of the most delicate and precious shades in the universe.  Also, the mini skirt in tulle features some tiny petals which make the item absolutely awesome. Besides, there are other cool hues that you should be drooling over. A turquoise tiny handbag contrasts with the white midi vest as well as the lust red pumps. A trendy shirt in cowboy style completes the ensemble in a stunning way.

These were the four coolest looks that can give you an idea of how to serve and eat a white vest. Hopefully, these tips were useful enough for you to purchase the saucy piece.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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