The Duster

2016 Fashion, Fashion, Spring


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swapped a blazer for a long vest to change this office-ready style to happy hour. I always thought the long cardigan and vests wouldn’t work on my petite frame, but it actually gives me the allusion of looking taller.

They are also called “Dusters” because it dusts the floor. This alone could make a short girl like me not want to try them, but the trick is to show enough legs that you stay proportional.

The one I have is from SheInside, but I’ve linked up to a few other options below. The skirt is old from H&M, similar here, and the top is old from Target.

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