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so much fabric so few pockets
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(it's not yohji)

(it's not yohji)

i would guess wool gab is too far removed from the grunginess of his alchemy. still could be nice layering piece just for that sake.
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More EG SS14 shooting vest

Navy tropical wool

Olive ripstop

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SS14 C-1 vest



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Vintage military vest in French Lizard Camo fabric



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Miriam Ponsa SS15






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Plokhov, not a vest but a carrying gear
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Stumbled upon this on rakuten

Now, I'm curious if you guys think this would be an easy piece to style or if not, why?
I mean my wardrobe is still very basic, but I still feel like the simplicity of ^this CDG one would make it relatively easy and that it'd look good over both sweaters, tee and shirts, just worn with jeans or pants.
I'm very open to the possibility though that since it's a pretty unusual piece I may be completely wrong and would look like a fool, so yeah interested to hear others thoughts

Edited by kindofyoung - 7/4/14 at 3:01pm
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But it doesn't have any pockets??
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old Maison Marge



Kasuri fabric Japanese work vest (mid-20th century) only $65

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Koy I saw this seasons leather vest and I think it's an easy piece to wear. Would work with faded denim to trousers IMO. But yeah, no pockets!!
This seasons vest had some bondage straps at least smile.gif
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