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In high school, I went through a serious vest phase. Not in a cute, minimal, Kendall Jenner–inspired way—in a Y2K, so-bad-it’s-good way. At the time, all the It girls (say, Nicole Richie or Lindsay Lohan) were wearing suit vests with graphic tees, and I wanted to replicate the à la mode look. I remember going to our local mall and heading straight to Le Château, a now-defunct Canadian retailer that essentially specialized in outfitting teens for their proms. I bought two suit vests: a black button-up waistcoat, and a cream button-up waistcoat with a white satin back. I later showed up at school in my new vests—paired with my favorite band tees, emo hair, and skinny jeans, of course—and I felt like a true celebrity.
Never being one to discount a trend, I decided to challenge myself to make a return to vests this fall season. Call it a redemptive styling moment, but with 10 years of fashion experience since high school, I was convinced I could create vest outfits that were grown-up, sophisticated, and not trying too hard (meaning, not just with a graphic tee). Lucky for me too, there are tons of great men’s vests on the market right now, and the new crop of vests come in a range of silhouettes and materials, including cozy knits, sleek leathers, or cool, techy fabrics.
Below, I put three vests to the test, and share my tips on how to wear them.
Puffers in fun, unexpected colors have also been a hit with celebrities. Both Kim Kardashin and Billie Eilish have favored long, puffy coats in a deep crimson color. Bad Bunny wore a mint puffer coat to the American Music Awards this month, proving a pastel style can even be red carpet-ready. Lil Nas X, meanwhile, performed at the iHeart Jingle Ball wearing a metallic pink puffer coat and pleated skirt—giving it more of a theatrical twist.
My friend stylist Yohana Lebasi was celebrating her work at the National Gallery in London and wanted to dress to the nines for the occasion. Her reference? A photo of a 20-something-year-old Sofia Coppola wearing a semi-sheer purple lace slip dress that showed off a black thong. Lebasi made the look her own by wearing a fuchsia thong that shone through a vintage Dior dress with the tags still on it. (Lebasi is a fantastic shopper and found it on eBay for zilch.) Topped off with Prada heels, a Vivienne Westwood scarf, and an old Celine coat, she was the ultimate babe.
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