Alexa Chung, In A Feather Dress, With A Wind Machine: It's Pure Fashion Gold...

Alexa Chung, In A Feather Dress, With A Wind Machine: It's Pure Fashion Gold...
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Alexa Chung has arrived back in NYC just in time for Fashion Week and her first ensemble is a sign of very chic things to come

Alexa Chung's stint back on British soil was clearly too good to be true as she is officially back in the States in NYC just in time for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. While we're gutted that our favourite Brit It girl is now an ocean apart from us, we can guarantee that she'll be treating us to a gorgeous array of outfits over the next few days. Oh, and last night was clearly no different. 

Kicking off the NYFW in serious style, 32-year-old Alexa hit up the star-studded Christian Siriano fragrance launch in the company of other stylish ladies - namely Coco Rocha and Mena Suvari - in a gorgeous cream feather and beaded mini dress. The simple shift shape allowed the statement embellishment to take pride of place but also stopped the frock from verging on OTT.

True to form, Alexa was quick to take the pretty factor of her frock down a notch by styling it with a pair of patent above the ankle length boots complete with a short block heel and adorned with an equestrian style buckle. We like your style, AC... 

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The TV presenter and walking fashion inspiration has a major penchant for a black box bag, and it seems she's added a new style to her roster with this petite briefcase style number, which also gave her get-up a dose of cool. Yep, she's that good. 

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As she entered the venue, it's clear that Alexa was having a good time as she posed for a snap clutching a glass of bubbly, perfectly positioned in front of a wind machine which put her feathers in a flutter.

Instagramming the photograph, Alexa said: 'Thanks @csiriano for an excellent party! The wind machines are going down a treat ;-) #silhouette'. 

What we wouldn't give to party with Alexa. Drop us a line when you're next in town, ok? 

By Maxine Eggenberger


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