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Amsterdam Leopard Moment

Claudia Di Capua

It has definitely been a minute since I last posted, but I wanted to hop back on here and share one of my favorite looks from my last trip to Holland! I recently locked down a lot of these pieces and will continue to share different ways of styling them. 

Let’s start with the leopard print bottoms. I’ve had my eye on these Reformation beauties since the the summer of 2018, but of course they were always sold out! I finally snagged a pair about a month ago and I loved them so much that I bought the red cobra version as well! The ultra high waist and fit to small flare high ankle gives of a 60s vibe, which I love. I love combining these pants with either a super fitted top or super loose top. In this case I went with a sheer, black and fitted turtleneck from Aritzia-my favorite everyday turtleneck to date! It’s soft and the perfect amount of sheer. The pants come high enough up on the waist to add that slimming silhouette when paired with a fitted top.

To finish off this look, I went for edgier details and accessories. Starting with the leather jacket with faux fur collar. The fur makes the jacket little winterier and keeps me warmer. Got this jacket for such a steal on Mango! My Laval fanny pack is truly the Mary Poppins bag. I can fit so much inside without it being overwhelming. I wear it like a crossbody for that added street style look. Putting this look slightly over the top in a good way are my favorite leather boots by Alexander Wang. I got them last Fall and have never looked back! They have such a cool look while also remaining functional. Hard to find, especially with designer shoes! The soles are vibram, which are great for outdoor and more rugged use.


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Babes Against Bullsh*t Jacket + Wrap Skirt

Claudia Di Capua

T-Shirt: J. CrewJacket: Understated Leather via RevolveSkirt: Topshop (very similar here) / Boots: Public DesireSunglasses: Ray-Ban

The Look

It’s the start of a new week, so I thought a slightly motivational post would be fitting. With all of the recent women’s initiatives that have taken the world, but especially the U.S. by storm, it only seemed appropriate to show my support using my mode of creativity —clothing. I wanted this ‘Babes Against Bullshit’ Understated Leather denim jacket last summer, but it wasn’t until a few months ago that I found it on sale! I was so happy to have snagged it. QUICK TIP: if you love something, but aren’t ready to pay the price, remove it from your cart and add it to your (what is this called). This has worked well for me on sites like Revolve because this section lives right below your cart, so you can always see when they have adjusted an item to a lower price!

I’m obsessed with cool patchwork and love how the ‘Babes Against Bullshit’ has a slightly western feel to it. The light wash and cropped, raw edge denim makes this jacket a perfect piece for summer! I linked this jacket along with another similar version above!

This asymmetric wrap skirt has been so useful in the almost two years that I’ve had it. It transitions so well from day to night and has a super cool balanced, but off-balanced look. The check print is super on trend and the belt adds some visual depth and interest. For a warm spring day, a simple t-shirt is all you need. It’s fits so comfortably underneath a denim jacket! 

I paired this look with my white stiletto Public Desire boots (which are weirdly hard to come by in this style anymore), rounding off the subtle space cowgirl look I had going. While I could have gone with jeans, it was too perfect of an opportunity to wear this skirt. Always test out all of your theories! I’ll save the denim on denim for another day!


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Navy Layers in the Flatiron District

Claudia Di Capua

Sweater: Madewell (Identical here) | Pants: Zara (Identical here) | Coat: Mackage Sneakers: Adidas

The Look

There is no better feeling in blogging than completing a bunch of look shoots after waking up at 5:30am in frigid temperatures. One of our most productive days came this past Sunday, when we hit the bare streets of New York to power through a few looks. This was one of them! Naturally, the first look and earliest shoot includes PJ vibes. 

This look combines everything from high end to affordable, which is what I normally strive for. I found these awesome pinstripe, tearaway pants on sale at Zara! They still have tons of similar styles on sale, so definitely check them out. I am always wearing jeans, so changing it up with a wide leg trouser was just what I needed to shake things up! These pants are so comfortable and I absolutely love wearing them with sneakers. They give these pants and look as a whole a street style vibe and effortless feel. 

I decided to pair these pants with a super soft and cozy sweater from Madewell. The mock neck is perfect because it’s looser than a turtleneck, but high enough to block that cold early morning wind! Again, this sweater falls a little above the price range of Zara, and below that of the Mackage coat. I’ve never found a sweater from Madewell that wasn’t soft, so it’s definitely one of my first places to look for them!

Finally, I completed this look with a Navy dress coat by Mackage. I did this partly to get that monochrome navy look, and partly to create a look with higher end and affordable pieces. I love this coat because you can dress it down very easily as you can see, and dress it way up over a dress with heels. It is very versatile, but also references subtle street style vibes. The extra long belt makes me think of Off White with their bright yellow or white waist belts! It’s small things like this this that truly complete an outfit and finding inspiration in other designers and clothing is key to getting the most out of your closet!


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