We're Calling It: Spring 2014 Trends in the Making, Blazer Vests (Ooh, New Office-Outfit Option?)

by Fawnia Soo Hoo

Spring 2014 runways, from left: Jason Wu, Victoria Beckham, Helmut Lang, SunoSpring 2014 runways, from left: Jason Wu, Victoria Beckham, Helmut Lang, SunoAmy already spotted one ubiquitous NYFW runway trend of crop tops for next spring (they're not going anywhere, ladies), but there's another one raging, which is decidedly more work appropriate: blazer vests.

Jason Wu sent this full-on sleeveless suit down the runway--accessorized with a roomy satchel that's perfect for the office, but no shirt, which might not be.

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Victoria Beckham, who's known for designing body-skimming silhouettes, surprised us with more volume and shape in this collection. Example: this structured, oversized, and button-less vest. It's always nice to see a designer evolve, plus Posh is a working mom so she needs inspired office-wear options, right?

Yigal Azrouël went with a nipped waist and multiple tromp l'oeil lapels in this black design. Although, this sleek style might be more of a sexy evening suit option.

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Minimalist label Helmut Lang opted for edgier details with this rough-edged black and white vest.

Don't forget, where there are printed pantsuits, there are also patterned blazer vests, like this black and white Suno style. The runway styling shows you can cover up the shoulders and arms with layering, too.

Do you like blazer vests? Could you wear one to your office? What would you pair one with?

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