One Vest, Two Ways

Happy Monday! Hope you all had a happy & safe Halloween - we had fun dressing up our babes & overdosing on sugar. We're back today with "one piece, two ways," styling this North Face vest from Nordstrom
vest | button down | jeans | sunglasses | boots (on sale!)
This North Face vest has been a staple in my closet for years. I've seriously had it since my freshman year of college - and that was a long time ago. ;) It's the perfect layering piece for fall weather! I love that you can throw it on with yoga pants (these are currently my favorites) and tennis shoes or jeans and boots. It's warm, light, and stylish!
We've been having theee best fall weather in New York lately. Normally I have to break out my Canada Goose by now, but thankfully I have yet to wear it! (Side note - these coats sell out every single year - a lot of sizes/colors are already selling out, so if you are interested I suggest buying now! I purchased an XS in the style linked above). I've been wanting a down vest for a long time for a more casual look since most of my fall outwear includes wool coats that are a bit too dressy for the grocery store & park playdates, so I finally ordered this one from Nordstrom (wearing a small). The weight is perfect, and I love the layered look of a down vest - plus there are endless ways you can style it (I also wore it over my favorite Zella zip-up for a trail run yesterday). I recently purchased this sweater (wearing a medium) which was only $38 and comes in six other colors options. I'm ordering 4 more colors (is that embarrassing?!) because I love it so much...it's comfortable, casual, love the drop shoulder, and not itchy at all.
More of our favorite performance outerwear from Nordstrom...

A big thanks to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post! xx 

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  1. Love these looks for fall! Great to see some casual everyday 'mom' outfit ideas that are cute and stylish without requiring much work!

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