Three Ways To Style A Vida Artist Top
Three Ways to Wear Style Series
The Vida Top
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Dan Rubin’s “Milan” Vida top inspired by the glass-covered Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the world’s oldest, classic malls.
BCBG tan vest with a Gucci belt and J. Crew front pleat green skirt. The jewelry includes a tortoise chain link necklace and J. Crew animal print cuff.
I went for ultra sleek and tapped into the colors of the vida top. Pairing a linen blend oatmeal colored vest, cinching it at the waist with a striped belt and adding a flattering hunter green skirt and lace up pumps. I finished the look with a tortoise statement necklace that really pops.
7 for all Mankind denim button front skirt with a J. Crew studded belt. She’s holding a N’Damus bag and wearing Banana Republic camouflage print heels.
Of course, this top will work with jeans (doesn’t just about every top?!), but I opted for a fitted denim skirt paired with a leather cardigan and added a studded belt to kick it up a notch. This is a cool look for date night. I went a little off beat and added camo print heels.
A cool street style look that’s comfy, cozy, but doable for everyday. This gorgeous convertible camel coat can elevate any outfit paired with olive ankle skinnies that shape your body and bootie and give you the freedom to kick butt everyday. Seriously, these skinnies come in multiple colors and you could end up doing yoga in them because of their stretch and comfort yet they retain their shape.
I’m wearing photographer Dan Rubin’s “Lisbon” artist top from Vida. The inspiration is a shot of the Lisbon Orient Station, a bustling transport hub in Portugal.