It’s getting colder and chillier by the day, and I love layering with winter outfits. Here are four puffer vest outfits that you can copy during these colder months.
Do you own a puffer vest? They’re a great layering piece but can be hard to style, so today I’m sharing four puffer vest outfits for you to copy.
Puffer Vest Outfits
Layer over a pullover sweatshirt
This is a super simple casual look that you can copy! Just do a pullover sweatshirt and leggings, add a beanie if you want, and maybe layer a little striped tee underneath for a pop of print at the wrists.
SIMILAR LL BEAN PUFFER VEST | AMERICAN GIANT PULLOVER SWEATSHIRT (code MERRICK for 20% off) | ZELLA POCKET LEGGINGS | AMAZON SOCKS | SIMILAR CHELSEA BOOTS | STRIPED LONG SLEEVE TEE | CARHARTT BEANIE
Layer over a sweater
Since my vest is a burgundy color, I chose a chic sweater in a similar color for a nice, monochromatic look. Try it with your vest, regardless of the color!
I paired with black jeans, but you could do it with dark blue or light blue or gray jeans.
SIMILAR SWEATER | MADEWELL DEMI BOOTCUT JEANS | SIMILAR LL BEAN VEST | SIMILAR LACE UP SHERPA BOOTS
Layer with a hooded sweatshirt
I love the look of a hoodie layered under a jacket or vest. This one is cute with another monochromatic look. You could do sneakers to dress down the look even more!
AMERICAN GIANT HOODIE (code MERRICK for 20% off ) | SIMILAR LL BEAN VEST | GOOD AMERICAN JEANS | SIMILAR CHELSEA BOOTS
Layer over a long sleeve tee
This long sleeve tee is one of my favorite layering shirts. I wear it under sweatshirts or sweaters, or just wear it by itself. It’s super soft and stretchy and comfy!
I paired with light wash jeans for a casual look, and then finished with chelsea boots and a baseball cap. You could also do sneakers!
STRIPED LONG SLEEVE TEE | SIMILAR LL BEAN VEST | MADEWELL MID RISE VINTAGE JEANS | AMAZON SOCKS | SIMILAR CHELSEA BOOTS | SIMILAR GOLD HOOP EARRINGS | MADEWELL BASEBALL HAT
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