Alexa Chung Just Wore the Casual Outfit All Our Editors Love

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It goes without saying that here at Who What Wear, we always keep a keen eye on what Alexa Chung is wearing. From events to red carpets, the designer is often seen in the most covetable looks, inspiring many an outfit idea amongst the editors on our team.

However, while Alexa’s event attire is often comprised of enviable designer wares, it’s usually her casual looks that I find myself most interested in. Chung possesses the uncanny ability to put together an off-duty outfit that feels incredibly effortless yet seamlessly looks polished and always, oh so cool.

Case in point: Chung was spotted in London this week wearing what can only be described as a dream late summer look. The designer paired white straight leg jeans with a button-down waistcoat (expertly styled with only 2 buttons done up) and retro-inspired sunnies. Of course, Chung finished the look with a statement bag from her latest collaboration with Mulberry. For the outing, Alexa opted for the “Big Guy” in a tan suede finish.

It might seem like a simple outfit formula, but this look has cool London It-girl written all over it and I’ll be recreating it ASAP. Keep scrolling to see Alexa’s look and shop the items you need to emulate it below.

See Alexa's latest look:

Shop the Mulberry Big Guy:

Mulberry X Alexa Chung Big Guy (£995)

Shop Alexa's style:

Zara Linen Blend Waistcoat (£26)

Arket Straight Cropped Jeans (£59)

Ancient Greek Sandals Eleftheria braided leather sandals (£145)

Mulberry X Alexa Chung Mini Alexa (£950)

Mango Buttons Suit Waistcoat - Women | Mango United Kingdom (£36)

Emme Matilde Jeans (£77)

Cos Leather Strap Flat Sandals (£89)

Next up, the biggest Autumn/Winter 2021 trends you need to know.

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