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Belted Wrap Dress + Leather Jacket

Claudia Di Capua

Jacket: Mango (Very Similar Here & Below) / Dress: Zara (Similar Here and Below) / Boots: Alexander WangSunglasses: Ray-Ban

The Look

It’s approaching the last few weeks that I can get away with wearing a leather jacket and not feel like I’m melting! This started Mango jacket has been one of my favorites so I got it! I love the shape, the texture and of course, the star details. If you’ve read any of my previous posts, you probably already know that I’m obsessed with stars. Although this exact version is no longer available, I linked a bunch of super similar versions below! I included a range of prices, so there’s something for everyone! Having a leather jacket with a subtle detail like these stars can really make a jacket. A plain jacket would be great as well, but this starred version gives it that extra uniqueness. There’s a special place in my heart for this one!

Now moving onto the dress. I encourage you all to go through your closet during this seasonal transition! I found this dress hiding in my closet, tags still on and never worn. You never know what you’ll find in the depths of your closet! I found this wrap dress at Zara a little while back thinking it would be great for a vacation or dinner. I wore it to none of the above (haha) and gave it its first debut as the feature of an edgy NYC look. It’s super comfortable and one of those pieces that I know will come in handy time and time again. Can’t go wrong with a little black dress!

Finally, we come to my FAVORITE boots of all time. Alexander Wang nailed these boots with everything from the smooth, structured leather to the silver stud piping. The platform is just high enough to give it that edgy punk look, but low enough to not be in your face. I’m truly obsessed with the design and know that I’ll find a reason to wear them no matter how hot the summer is or how cold the winter is! I’m getting slightly tanner, so gold accents like these Ray Bans will be seen more often. I love how the gold pops against my skin and gives off a warm and sparkly look.


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Romantic Top + Edgy Leather

Claudia Di Capua

Top: AnthropologiePants: Mango (Similar here and below) / Heels: Public DesireSunglasses: Dior

The Look

While still on my Anthropologie haul, todays post is focused on their super cute tiered and ruffled top. When I saw this top in the store, I wasn't jumping for joy, but figured I would try it on anyway. I's so glad I did because after putting on I loved it! This light linen like material is perfect for summer and warmer spring days. It moves so easily with you and is extremely soft against skin. The ruffles are plentiful, but not overwhelming, which I think is because of the fabric that was used. It's such a versatile shirt. I wore a little more dressed up, but it can definitely be worn with boyfriend jeans as well (how I almost shot this look). 

These Mango pants are the opposite of this romantic and ultra feminine top. They are a bit edgier because of the leather and snap closures towards the bottom, but I love the juxtaposition of the soft and hard components in this look! The top and pants are so opposite, which makes them so great together. The pants are sold out, but I linked a bunch of other alternatives above! 

Public Desire has great heels for a super low price. I highly recommend them, especially if you are into lace-up heels! There are so many colors and heights to choose from, which makes actually choosing so hard because you end up wanting them all. Let me know your thoughts on this look in the comments below!

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Adding Color to My Favorite Wardrobe Staple

Claudia Di Capua

Outfit information and tips are located at the bottom of this post!

Jacket: Mango / Sweater: MadewellScarf: Free PeopleJeans: Madewell / Belt: Fashion Focus Accessories Boots: H&M (Similar here) / Bag: Shiraleah

The Look

Surprise! Adding a pop of color to my wardrobe of black, white, grey and blues. Believe it or not, pink is a color that I have not avoided (for the most part). I love a good leather jacket, so when I was in Holland shopping at Mango, I figured I would switch it up and go for the pink rather than my usual black selection. 

This biker cut faux leather is right up my alley and is ideal for layering! I put it on top of the softest Madewell sweater I've ever had, probably softest sweater I've ever had in general. The mock neck is so comfortable and perfect for people that like the turtleneck look, but get easily itchy or constricted. This one is not fitted and again is the softest thing EVER! Continuing the Madewell trend, I paired the upper half with a pair of their high waisted skinny jeans. They have a super dark wash and a very slight sheen, which makes them great to dress up or to wear casually. 

The belt is western inspired and pretty tamed as far as design. The engraving and size makes it pretty versatile. This makes it easy to fit through belt loops and simple to match with a lot of looks. I have a slight obsession with my grey Free People scarf as well! It's about as soft as the sweater and they complement each other well. I'm all about the layered look, so the jacket combined with the sweater and scarf were a perfect combo (and very warm/cozy I might add)! As for accessories, I kept it to a few oldies but goodies. These H&M boots and studded cross body bag have never failed me! The bag fits my iPhone 7 Plus, so that's good too (haha).

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