The vest is making a strong showing this fall as it fits nicely within the menswear-inspired fashion trend. But make no mistake: Rich fabrics like velvet, taffeta, sequins and satin give this look an up-to-date and decidedly feminine attitude. Here are a few budget-friendly vests that caught our eye...
 Satin Tuxedo Vest, $17.80  Taffeta Vest, $19.80
 Hinkley Pinstripe Vest, $22  Velvet Vest, $17.80
 Victorian Velvet Vest, $19.80  Tartan Velvet Vest, $17.80
Vests inspired by the runway...
Left: Ann Demeulemeester Fall 2007 Ready-to-Wear runway; Right: Twelve by Twelve sequin vest, $26
Left: Wool Blend Vest, $19; Right: Rag & Bone Fall 2007 runway
Styling options with vests seem limitless...dress them up or down, for day or night, work or play. What do you think, will you be rocking a vest this winter?
See even more great vests - or waistcoats as they're called in the UK - at Topshop.com.
Friday, December 7. 2007
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I like the vest trend, its very polished looking- today I went to forever 21 and tried on the sequin vest by twelve by twelve- I loved it, however, I must add that it is not for those with boobage- the way the vest is cut goes right around the boobs and makes them really pop (drawing a circle around your boobs is the way my poetic boyfriend put it)- so unless you're a backup dancer for janet jackson you might have a hard time finding somewhere to wear it thats appropriate