Pièce de Résistance: The Ostrich Feather Bolero Vest by Lanvin

Lanvin Ostrich-Feather Bolero Vest
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* Ostrich feather embellishment steals the show
* Made by the oldest Fashion house in France
* Wear it with a formal dress or streetwear 

The right outer shell can turn any simple ensemble into a signature look that steals the attention, but when the warm weather comes around, there aren’t many good options. That’s why we’re so excited abut the Ostrich Feather Bolero Vest from Lanvin. Cut from lightweight tweed into a cropped profile, this open front topper steals the show with allover ostrich feather embellishment.

Lanvin Ostrich-Feather Bolero Vest, Ecru

While boleros are typically reserved for formal occasions, you shouldn’t overlook the potential of this piece. Of course, it looks awesome over a whimsical occasion dress with a pair of strappy heels, but it’s also great to wear over a T-shirt with trendy jeans and embellished pumps when you’re in the mood for some dramatic street style.

Lanvin is the oldest French fashion house that still produces new collections. Founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1889 when Parisian socialites began to request replicas of the garments she made for her daughter, the house quickly grew into one of the largest houses in Europe, with the continent’s most famous names on its client list. Now under the creative direction of Bouchra Jarrar, she aims “to bring to Lanvin the harmony and consistency of a fashion designed for women, a fashion of our time.”

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