How to Style: 12 Sweater Vest Outfits

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Sweater Vests are back as a backup for fashionistas everywhere. The origins of wool vests date back to the 1880s, but they’ve experienced skyrocketing popularity over the decades. The the 1990s was an era when they were especially popular, spotted on things like Alicia Silver Stone in “Clueless” and Princess Diana in Daily Life. For the 2020s, instead of a simple design in neutral colors (such as black with buttons on the front), a variety of cute, cropped versions have become popular. Also, oversize loops pair well with baggy jeans, Dr. Martensrimless sunglasses and bucket hats, together for an aesthetic look Billie Eilish will accept.

In their most functional sense, these knit tops are ideal for layering in winter or indoors. Another style option? Toss a wool vest over comfortable sportswear, such as wide leg pants and crisp white sneakers. If you like the preppy style, choose a classic design, teamed with a classic white shirt. If you like child, looking for bright, cheerful colors; splendid prints and patterns; and visually appealing finishes, such as translucent cotton or open weave. After you’ve perfected your base — with the vest du jour sweater serving as the base — build your outfit from there. In the meantime, find 12 wool vest outfit ideas for this season. Then shop our favorite styles of sweater vests from brands like Urban Outfitters, Ganni, Reformation, Acne Studios, Rag & Bone, Lisa Says Gah, The Frankie Shop, and more.

Additional reporting by Nikita Charuza


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