With the world still buzzing from the royal wedding, I thought what better time to share some spring wedding looks for different dress codes?! Sure, your typical wedding doesn't require a below-the-knee dress and an ornate hat. And sure, the queen of England won't be there, but hey - it's someone's special day and therefore all guests should put their best, polished foot forward!
 Hi there babes! Happy to report that I made it out of one of the U.S.'s most haunted cities safe and sound!


Weeeee can you believe it's the second day of spring? Yeah, me neither. Especially because we're in the middle of a snow storm here in New York. Womp womp! -___-
Anyone else counting down the seconds until Spring? I know I am - hence the hopeful floral look I'm sharing with you guys today!
Hey guys - coming to you from 30,000+ feet above sea level! My sister and I just wrapped up a quick getaway to Europe - more on that soon - and it seems like I may finally have the time catch up on work and share my NYFW looks with you guys while.

If you follow along on Insta you may have seen that I had my first go-around at NYFW this past February. Overall, my experience was okay. I didn't hate it, but it also wasn't my absolute favorite - if I'm being completely transparent. Mainly because I was sleep deprived and alone for most of it, and so I felt that took away from me actually enjoying the events + collection viewings. Not saying I'll never ever participate again, but maybe next season I'll take it easier on the confirmations. 

Either way, I put together some really fun looks in collaboration with Lulu's for this season and I'm so excited to share these with you all! Friendly reminder that it is freezing in New York during this time, so you best believe I had on quite a few layers on top of these looks. Keep on scrolling for outfit details!

xx,
Chels 

The star piece of this first look was most definitely this plunging V jumpsuit. I paired it with this boxy vintage blazer to offset the "nighttime" factor (and freezing temps) and threw on a fisherman's hat because trending. Couldn't have finished off the look without my trust ol' leopard print clutch from The Providence Story.

OOTD DEETS
Jumpsuit: c/o Lulu's | Blazer: vintage (similar here) | Heels: Topshop | Clutch: c/o The Providence Story | Hat: c/o Aegean (similar here) | Necklaces: c/o Missoma (here and here)
This second outfit was an ode to my love for star print anything and everything. I'm serious when I tell you I need help treating my obsession. Either way, it was fashion week so star on star print was totally acceptable - and probably considered "minimalistic" compared to some of the looks out there. Ha!

OOTD DEETS
Sweater: c/o StyleWe | Scarf, Earrings, Skirt and Socks: c/o Lulu's | Boots: c/o Kenneth Cole | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff
This third look was more "everyday me." I layered up this tuxedo-style blazer from Bershka with a band tee, this Lulu's star-print (ahem) dress and some of my favorite statement necklaces for a look that says "I'm not really trying" even though I totally was. 

OOTD DEETS
Blazer: Bershka (similar here) | Dress: c/o Lulu's | Band Tee: Brandy Melville | Necklaces: Topshop | Sneakers: Superga | Sunnies: Ray-Ban

Photos by: Ashley Gellarini 
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