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She is known for effortless style at red carpet events as well as on days off.
And Alexa Chung put on yet another one of her famed fashionable displays as she enjoyed some down time in New York on Friday.
Model - Ensemble - Coffee - Streets - Soho
The model, 32, looked casual but cool in a boho-chic ensemble as she sipped an ice coffee on the streets of Soho.
The British beauty showed off her leggy figure in a vintage-style pair of high waisted denim shorts, paired with a loose-fitting printed blouse.
Top - Lace - Florals - Bell - Sleeves
The red and black top was printed with lace florals and featured bell sleeves and an open neck, proving her to be bang on trend with these all common elements of the laid-back boho clothing.
The former T4 presenter carried her daily essentials in an unusual and cute wicker basket handbag, adding to the look's vintage feel.
Alexa - Vintage - Vibe - Look - Sport
Alexa combined the vintage vibe of the look with some sport chic however, dressing her feet with some sporty white hi-top trainers and ankle socks, adding a modern twist to the bohemian affair.
While her makeup remained natural, displaying her smooth, rosy complexion, she added a splash of colour to the outfit with some neon yellow nail polish.
Look - Sunglasses - Alexa - Comfy - Cool
Completing the look with some large rounded sunglasses, Alexa looked comfy and cool as she enjoyed some time off from her busy schedule in the Big Apple.
The style icon, who has already turned her hand to a number of fashion collaborations, announced this week that her new label Alexachung will be landing in stores in May 2017.
Range - Luxury - Retailers - Selfridges - Alexa
While the range will be sold at luxury retailers like Selfridges, Alexa said she is keen for the label to...
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