Fall is officially here! Well, give or take a few days. But I’m so excited for the return of layers, textures and...DENIM!

I’m such a sucker for a great fitting denim piece - especially jeans! The most exciting thing about fall fashion in my opinion and whipping those jeans back out and being able to comfortably style them again. Speaking of jeans, I’ve been​ lo-ving​ these High-Waisted Rockstar Super Skinny pair from Old Navy. I was amazed by the variety of styles offered in just this one pair. You have everything from classic to more trendy - like these with patches! They seriously fit to perfection and I can’t get enough. Not to mention, Old Navy has completely relaunched their denim with one consistent Rockstar fit - better fabric, better fit, better booty - hay! The relaunched collection ranges from Pop Icon to Power Straight, Kicker Bootcut and, of course, Super Skinny.

Here I’m sharing two ways I bring my summer t-shirt into fall by adding layers, prints and textures that’ll keep you nice and cozy, yet stylish, for fall!

Let me know which one is your fave in the comments!

Xo,
 Chels
This post is sponsored by Old Navy. All opinions are my own. 
 Hi bbys! What a crazy month it's been. Between travels, moving and NYFW, I'm surprised I'm still standing. Today I want to chat with you guys about the moving part! 
Hey bbys! I cannot believe summer is pretty much over. I'm one of those people that hangs on to summer until the very last moment, but fall is already starting to creep in - at least here in NYC. The one thing I'm excited for is fall fashion - easily one of the best seasons for styling. Think layers, rich prints, cool accessories. Ahh the possibilities!

When it comes to shopping for fall - or any other season for that matter - I love checking out unexpected places. For example - this entire look is from...drum roll please...Walmart! Yep, you read that correctly. I never really considered the retail giant to be a "style destination" per se, yet here we are. They do Dress America after all!

What I enjoyed the most was their vast selection of brands and price ranges. You can pretty much find anything and everything your fall-loving heart desires! For example, everyone knows that I love leopard print for fall - a quick key word search and bam! This outfit came to life. Doesn't get easier than that!

Where is your favorite "unexpected" place to shop for fall?

xo,
Chels

This post is sponsored by Walmart. All opinions are my own.
My most frequently asked question tend to revolve around my content - from how I capture to how I edit - so today I want to cover all things creative content creation! I've mentioned this before, but 2018 is when I started to truly invest in my content - both from an effort and financial perspective. Three cameras, five lenses, a billilion presets and endless late-night tutorial sessions later, I'm finally at a place where I know, definitively, who I am as a content creator. It's taken a while, but I feel that I've finally built that solid "visual identity" that differentiates me in today's crowded social space. I guess what I'm trying to say is that everyone's creative journey is different, but I'm hoping that these tools/tips help you navigate yours.
A question I get asked frequently is "who takes your pictures?" My answer for this is always changing because, truth be told, so is my photographer. This is a topic I've wanted to cover for a while because it's been a bit of a journey for me. I remember when I was just starting out in the "bloggersphere" I had this feeling of frustration and impotence because I wasn't always surrounded by other "creatives" like most successful content creators at the time were. My family and friends have *always* helped me out the best they could, but to most taking pictures was a chore not something they were innately passionate about like I was. I found myself blaming my "lack of resources" for my slow growth at the time - but it went way beyond that. If we're keeping a hunnet, I was simply making excuses instead of getting to the root of the problem and finding a solution.
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