Meet Vesta Studio And The Wrap Dress You’ll Fall in Love with this Fall

Tell me I can wear something in more ways than one, and I’m hooked. Then casually let it slip that it’s something that transitions from season to season depending on how you style it, and I’m in full-on stalker mode. Maybe that’s why I’ve spent so much time pouring over the gorgeous shots and pondering the ways I could step out in the pieces from new ethical fashion brand Vesta Studio in recent weeks.

With a soon-to-end pre-order campaign for the first two pieces from its capsule collection now live on the site, Vesta Studio will turn your head with sustainable apparel made ethically using vegan materials and an eye towards wearability across occasions and temps. A breezy kimono in black or blush cupro is minimal versatility with NorCal bohemian edge. It’s not only a flowing outer layer, but a lightweight jacket or romantic dress depending on what you pair it with. But stealing my heart is the wrap dress – available in black or blush cupro and denim – a multi-seasonal piece that can be tied to emphasize your waist or not, worn alone with casual kicks during warmer months and layered over a turtleneck and tights when the chills set in.

Founder and designer Kendall Wilson is an alum of Parsons and, after that, vegan brand Vaute, so she knows a thing or two about designing with sustainability in mind. A recent transplant to the San Francisco Bay Area from New York, Wilson is aiming to roll out pieces from her debut collection slowly this fall through small batch pre-order campaigns. Get in on the first, and you’ll save quite a bit off the eventual retail price of the pieces ($108-$135 during pre-order, $145-$180 after).

And you missed out this time, be sure to grab a spot on the mailing list so you’ll be the first to know when this ethical fashion brand opens pre-orders for its next pieces. 

Images courtesy Vesta Studio



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