2015-2016 Vests For Women
It’s chic, it’s warm, and it’s voguish. Yes, I am talking about women's vests to wear from 2015 to 2016. Today, we are going to observe heavy wool, fur, leather, military inspired, oversized, tailored, nomad, shortened, biker inspired and many other stunning designs to wear atop your eye-catching tops and cover-ups. How can you incorporate a vest into your wardrobe without looking silly? Well, I've got an inspiration collection for you to look through. It looks like vests are becoming very popular, as I see lots of designer collections that feature these awesome sleeveless jackets. It’s a great layering piece that will keep you cozy and for sure will catch the attention of others. This addition will for sure add a sophisticated touch of extravagance and luxury look to any outfit. If you are still having doubts about wearing vest, then I highly recommend you to get inspired by these looks from various designer brand collections:
3.1 Phillip Lim offers a kind of sleeveless peacoat colored in dark blue color. Love the cozy look of this cover-up.
Co offers a fur style that is an ideal addition to evening events, like theaters and operas.
Another statement piece from Co with a fur collar.
Costume National offers a sophisticated, gothic style. Love the way it's paired with maxi black skirt.
Creatures of the Wind. Try the elongated fur piece atop your long coat.
Damir Doma keeps it relaxed, exaggerated and striped. Try vest atop your knitted button-down.
That's a glamourous striped fur vest cinched at the waist with a rope belt.
Fendi is all about pink fur biker vests. Love the ladylike and sweet look.
Gucci keeps its sophisticated and short.
Josie Natori comes with a tailored, kimono inspired long and black design. Love the statement belt.
Lanvin is all about furs and relaxed separates.
When I see this Lanvin creation I think of nomad style.
Marissa Webb offers a jacket inspired piece. It's worn atop cozy sweater and paired with black leggings tucked in high black leather boots.
Martin Grant offers a fuzzy fur creation in blush colors.
Max Mara is all about office inspired look. In love with these matching separates.
Milly offers a dark blue tailored style worn atop light beige wrap coat.
Collarless dark blue long version from Piazza Sempione is worn atop printed dress.
Red Valentino offers a military inspired safari style.
Roberto Cavalli keeps it nomad and relaxed.
Here we see matching separates from Tibi.
I am in love with TSE preppy look.
Zero Maria Cornejo.