I’ve become a big fan of bodysuits this year. I’ve worn mine a ton this summer, but honestly I’m even more excited about them for fall because they are so perfect for layering. All three of the bodysuits I’m styling today were gifted from Everlane earlier this summer and I’ll link them right here for quick access (they’re all true to size):
- Tank bodysuit
- Long-sleeve bodysuit (I’m styling the white and the striped one)
In all of these looks I’m wearing my Emma Hoop Earrings in Mini Brass Bicone (available later this month!), my Mama Coin Necklace and my Waves Coin Necklace. I’ve linked everything below (or something similar if what I have is no longer available). Everything is true to size unless otherwise noted.
This cardigan is really thick, making it basically a cardi-coat. I recommend sizing down, and if you’re 5’4″ or under go with the petite length. I went up 1/2 size in the mules like I typically do for mules, but these ones fit fairly true to size I’d say.
This sweater blazer is lighter weight than my others, which some will love and some will hate. As a Californian, I love it! I recommend sizing down one size personally.
This jean jacket is a year-round winner here in San Diego. I love layering it in the cooler months, or using it as a light layer through spring and summer. I went up a size for the perfect fit.
My vest is really old, but I linked an almost identical one available right now—perfect for fall transition, as it’s lightweight enough for warm temperatures, but gives you a layered look!
Just like the leopard blazer above, this one runs a bit big and I recommend sizing down. These mules have proven to go with pretty much everything I own and have been worth every penny, but I know they’re pricey so I linked a lower priced alternative. If you’re looking for something super inexpensive, try these ones for a similar look.
I’m so happy I got these pants! They can be worn casually or more professionally and are incredibly comfortable. Unless you hold more of your weight in your mid-section, I’d recommend going down a size or two.
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