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The Denim Jumpsuit I'm Bringing With Me Into Fall

Claudia Di Capua

Jumpsuit: Reformation / Belt: Gucci / Large Pendant Necklace: Maje / Heels: Stuart Weitzman / Sunglasses: Ray-Ban

The Look

I know the weather is starting to get a little more sporadic, but I wanted to get one last warm weather look in. It’s worth noting that this jumpsuit will be joining me as I saunter into fall because it looks great layered over a fitted top as well. I love a piece that I can use for multiple seasons!

I went into Reformation looking to return a pair of jeans, but inevitably ended up exchanging them for something else (this jumpsuit). I’m very happy I did, because the denim is so soft and is quite flexible. The fact that it feels that way while also looking structured and shapes is amazing. The waist really pulls me in and the vertical zipper helps to give my short torso some length!I can’t wait to wear this with a sleeveless mock neck top, black leather jacket and heeled ankle boots (I haven’t thought about this at all).

Accessories like the the Gucci belt gives this already vintage looking jumpsuit a kick back to the 70’s. I love I how it pulls the waist in and adds a pop of gold. Not to mention, It helps to bring a bit of focus to the Gold Zodiac Maje necklace I found in Barcelona along with the smaller pendant. A simple Stuart Weitzman block heeled sandal was added to keep it simple and classic. These shoes will literally never get old. 

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Striped Denim + Retro Accessories

Claudia Di Capua

Top: Madewell / Jeans: ReformationHeels: Public Desire (Similar here) / Scarf: HermèsBag: Express (Similar here) / Sunglasses: Asos 

The Look

It has been a minute! I've been so wrapped up in getting my travel posts up that I put a lot of the lookbook posts on the back burner this summer. While I included my looks and links to them in those travel posts, it's still nice to get back to my roots of style posts and how/why I put them together. Marijn and I tested out a new camera for these shots and couldn't be more pleased! September will be a whole new animal for us.

Now, back to the look. I've been experimenting a lot with different denim style, so these striped and structured reformation spoke to me. I love the cut and almost boxiness of them. Not to mention, they suck you is in all the right places. Seriously, you can actually feel the material tightening up around the upper thigh area and waist. I find this too be super flattering, but at ties a tad uncomfortable. Nothing I can't deal with for how great your legs look when wearing them! The vertical stripes give your legs that elongated look, especially when worn with heels!

With the jeans as the focus of the look, I went very comfortable and easy breezy for the rest of the look. A simple white t-shirt should always be on hand for moments like these. As you can, it complements the heels nicely, but this look is just as easily worn with sneakers. My sheer orange sunnies (found on Asos) and hairstyle give the entire look a very retro vibe. I love how th eorange tint of the lenses works so well with the warm tones of the Hermès scarf. Speaking of which, wrapping scarves around handbag handles has to be one of my new favorite thing to do with accessories!


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My Subtle Style Changes + Light Summer Layers

Claudia Di Capua

Top: H&M (Similar below) / Blazer: H&MJeans: Current / ElliottEarrings: MejuriHeels: Stuart WeitzmanBag: Express / Scarf: Hermes (Similar here) / Sunglasses: Ray-Ban

The Look

Changing it up little by little is the goal of summer 2018. I’ve made subtle adjustments to everything from my styling to my editing! While all components of this look are things I already had in my closet and would normally wear, the combination of them all is what makes it slightly different for me. For example, I am a true tucker-inner. Almost every time you see me in a t-shirt, it is tucked into high waisted jeans. This time around, I kept the shirt untucked over a pair of boyfriend jeans with a summer blazer. When I wear a blazer, it normally means that something is getting tucked in below, but styling it the way I did felt more breezy, comfortable and summeresque.

While I don’t have a lot of blazers that are specifically great for summer weather, it is something that I would like to invest more in. They go so well with t-shirts and camis and can easily be dressed down. I would wear this top and blazer with a pair of jean shorts and sneakers as well! This t-shirt is sold out, but I linked a bunch of favorites above that would be great additions to your closet this summer!

QUICK TIP: Add a few more lives to your simple handbags by wrapping a scarf around the strap. I’m obsessed with doing this lately and it really adds depth to your look. Super easy to change scarves to match your look as well!

These Current Elliott jeans are 100% my summer go to and I’d go as far as to say one of my best purchases this season. I found them on sale via Hautelook and am considering getting a second pair! The shape is super flattering and the cropped length makes them perfect to wear with heels or sneakers. I’ve always been a fan of showing a little ankle. In this case, I went for simple Stuart Weitzman sandal since I went casual with the untucked top. This look is a great representation of the easy going yet put together vibe I am going for this season. What new things will you be trying?! Let me know in the comments!


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