Note from Pauline Durban, Founder and President of Covered Perfectly - when Jennifer sent me a sneak peek of her video, it blew me away. She did such an incredible job of showing how to style the Cascading Vest. You will find the fabulous video at the end of the review.
Over to Jennifer...
Early on in my blogger journey, I was approached by Covered Perfectly to help get the word out about their tops. They’re designed and made in the USA to address the specific fashion needs of women over 50.After reviewing a few of their things, they sent me a Covered Perfectly Vest to style. It's made of floaty Chiffon that hides a multitude of sins.
Fast forward a few years and my trip to model for Covered Perfectly. During the shoot, we models showed the Cascading Vest over both tops and dresses. The owner Pauline always tied them for us because she knew she liked it. That makes sense since she designed it!
Pauline emailed me recently and challenged me to come up with a few new ways to style this versatile little vest so I played around and came up with a few new ones.
Here’s the video showing what I came up with.
This Cascading Vest is available in various prints plus solid black to coordinate with any color in your wardrobe. It looks great over a simple top, dress or even as a bathing suit coverup.
I am wearing it over the Simple V-Neck Top which is one of their most popular tops. It’s made from their unique Micro Modal fabric and available in 10 colors, sized from small to 2X.
A Well Styled Life readers can receive a 20% discount on up to two items! Use the discount code AWSL when you check out at Covered Perfectly. The discount will apply for up to two items. Or you can take advantage of the buy 2 get a 3rd free, any combination! Only one discount will work per order.
Thanks for reading ladies and have a great day!
Thanks to Covered Perfectly for partnering on this post. They provided the top and vest; all opinions and styling are my own.
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