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Stylish girls have been borrowing from the boys since time immemorial, and fall’s slouchy, men’s wear-inspired vests and jackets fit perfectly into the androgynous vibe. Here, singer-songwriter Tiki Lewis of Piel wears the look, a...

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Tiki Lewis, lead singer of the band Piel, sports Suh-Tahn's silk bengaline version, worn with ParkVogel's organic cotton and Lycra spandex shirt and Yoko Devereaux's wool pants. Alpine Stars fedora; Sydney Evans bracelets.

Photographed By Rene Dupont/Filtermanagement.Com At The California Market Center; Hair By Tine Ibsen/Celestine Agency; Makeup By Gudrun/Filtermanagement.Com; Fashion Assistants: Kathryn Hadeka and Jillian Prado; Styled By Leila Baboi

Stylish girls have been borrowing from the boys since time immemorial, and fall’s slouchy, men’s wear-inspired vests and jackets fit perfectly into the androgynous vibe. Here, singer-songwriter Tiki Lewis of Piel wears the look, a departure from her skin-baring onstage style.

Vest in Show

The modern-day dandy look shows up this fall as cool girls turn to tailored, boyish styles. Vests are a staple, often with details like pleating to keep things feminine. Here, Tiki Lewis, lead singer of the band Piel, sports Suh-Tahn’s silk bengaline version, worn with ParkVogel’s organic cotton and Lycra spandex shirt and Yoko Devereaux’s wool pants. Alpine Stars fedora; Sydney Evans bracelets.

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