Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Style Me Friday Link-up- In-Vested

Hello Dolls,

This week or last week's Style Me Friday featured vests. I originally had an outfit with a denim vest but didn't get around to my D.I.Y. project. I want to add trench vest and a moto vest to my wardrobe. Because I wanted to participate to this link up, I reached for my trusty utility vest. This vest is definitely one of my wardrobe staples.

Vest & Jeans-Old Navy T-shirt-Nordstrom Rack Boots: Steve Madden
This outfit wasn't my original outfit for the link-up. I had plans on taking pictures Thursday night and life happened. I wore this outfit on a lunch date Friday and because I got so many compliments I decided to make this outfit the Style Me Friday post. It's something about the boyfriend jeans and combat boots that make me really like this outfit.


This t-shirt feeds my addiction love of message/graphic tees. Can you believe the original price of this shirt was $75??? It doesn't even have sleeves. lol! You know I didn't pay that much for it. $10 for me and let's laugh at the people who paid that much for this shirt. ha!


My hair is a result of bantu knots. I've been doing bantu knots for 2 years and this has to be the absolute best turn out. The curls just fell in the right place.



Style Tip: Vest are perfect for all seasons. In warmer months it adds personality to outfits and in colder months it's a great layering piece.

What are your thoughts vests? Do you have any in your wardrobe? Be sure to check out the other ladies looks. As Always, thanks for reading XOXO!

7 comments:

  1. Love the hair!!! And $75 for a t-shirt with a couple of words on it and no sleeves??! That is crazy.

    Brie at chicvadourbyb.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Brie! :) I rarely pay $75 for a regular shirt.

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  2. Ahhh I love vests! I recently stumbled across this Detroit modern vintage site: http://dlabeled.com/ and found some great ones :) Kinddd of addicted to them now haha

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    1. Gonna check that out. Thanks for stopping by Kirsten.

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  3. I too love vests and made my own from cutting off the sleeves of an old jeans jacket.

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    1. I had a diy vest but it ripped. Going to make another one soon.

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  4. I have a vest quite similar to this! #AreYouMe? Would love you to link this up to the Verizon Voices Style hop this week! http://stillblondeafteralltheseyears.com/2013/09/mackinac-island-style-verizon-voices-fashionista-style-hop-9-10/

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