The Sandstone Mock-Neck Vest is one of the Carhartt’s most popular women’s items. I blame it on the sherpa lining. Who doesn’t love a good vest snuggle? The new Crafted in Carhartt team decided to rock their Sandstone 5 different ways. Let’s take a look and get some vest-spiration!
“I love the vest because it works so well across seasons. I bought my first one six year ago and I still get complements on it. It’s great when I’m working on a project going back and forth between indoors and out and it’s perfect when you have a friend who needs help moving apartments during a January snowstorm.” -Laura
“I love to wear the Sherpa lined vest because it is a great extra layer to really keep you warm, yet still look cool. It easily fits under a jacket and then looks great on its own. I love pairing it with a flannel to complete a cozy winter look.” -Lauren
“I chose the camo-printed vest because I loved the colors that you’re able to pair with it. The Sherpa-lining was an added bonus! I have so many plain sweatshirts and sweaters that I could’ve easily thrown underneath this, but today I wore it with the Hayward Zip Front Hoodie in Indigo Heather.” -Molly
“For a crafter who constantly has a dremel buzzing in the background, I have to wear sturdy clothes when I work. If you’ve ever seen a Sandstone, you know it’ll hold up to whatever comes its way. Gotta love this Mock Neck Vest because it keeps you warm and allows full range of motion.” -Jennifer
“This vest is a great addition to my winter wardrobe for a few reasons! The drop-tail hem in the back gives me a little more coverage when I’m wearing leggings on a lazy day, and also makes the vest look a bit more modern. The pockets are big enough to hold my cell phone, and I can put it in the interior pocket as well so it’s more secure.” -Taylor
I know a lot of y’all have one of these vests sitting in your closet at home. The Crafted in Carhartt team wants to see how you style it. Email a picture of yourself in your gear to (email@example.com) and you might see your photo featured on the blog!