How To Wear A Long Vest – Tori Johnson (FGI San Antonio)

Being in the fashion industry I’m always looking for extra stylish pieces either with unique flare or something that will stand out. One of the trends I’ve been loving is long vests. You might have seen them a lot this past fall but I’ve been watching gals keep them moving in to spring by pairing them with shorts or off-the-shoulders blouses. They are great at elongating your body and can be dressed up or down (a truly versatile piece). Let’s take a closer look and I’ll show you how to wear a long vest no matter the season!

70’s Inspired:

I went for a 70’s inspired look by pairing this rust colored sleeveless vest (I wore a size 4) with my favorite flare jeans and a lace up blouse. To accessorize I added platforms, sunnies and a super cool necklace from Noonday. Noonday is a really neat company that my friend sales and a portion of the sells and a portion of the proceeds go to a variety of causes.

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With an Off-The-Shoulder Top:

My friend Adriana over at Toasty A did an EXCELLENT job pairing her long vest with an off-the-shoulder blouse (the perfect way to take your vest in to spring and summer).

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With Skinnies and Flats:

Hello Fashion went casual and comfy by wearing a beige vest with cropped skinny jeans and flats.

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To Work:

They can also transition for a great look for work by pairing with slacks or even culottes like The Art of Style.

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Author: Tori Johnson (Executive Member – FGI San Antonio)

Tori Johnson is the owner of sTORIbook Public Relations, fashion and lifestyle blogger of The sTORIbook, as well as commercial and editorial stylist. She provides strategic public relations, marketing and event counsel to clients in a variety of industries. In 2015, Tori was voted San Antonio Fashion Blogger of the Year as well as was named one Neiman Marcus’ Women Who Rock and served on their panel for their 2015 Project Beauty event. She has worked with a bevy of top names including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Lancôme, Armani Exchange, David Yurman, Target, and many more. In addition to her roles as public relations professional and blogger, Tori has served as Fashion + Beauty Editor for multiple local magazines.

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