Nasty Gals About Town #Chicago

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Chicago is a city that screams practicality, and you can’t ignore that when living here.  I think it is partly due to it’s midwest inhabitants and partly due to the weather.  Chicago’s influences have melted together to focus my style into practical city chic with a bohemian edge.  At least, I like to think so.  Above, I am at one of my favorite dive bars, Sportsman’s Club.  It is a close 5 minute Uber ride from my apartment and has such a low key but interesting vibe.  I always choose it when I just want to grab a casual drink with a friend.  The music isn’t too loud so you can have good conversation – a necessity for me when getting a drink these days (first sign of that aging thing happening, perhaps?).  Not only that, but the clientele is interesting.  Interesting to look at, interesting to talk to, just interesting.  I love being in a big city as you never know who you will meet.  There are so many people to learn from and that excites me.  Oh, and did I mention they have a great patio?
Photos by d+m 
Turtleneck: NastyGal, Pleather Pants: Zara, Heels: Nicholas, Bag: Vintage Chanel

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Nasty Gals About Town #Chicago

  1. Just wanted to let you know that I thoroughly enjoy your blog. I cannot lie, I saw you on the bachelor and loved all of your outfits. When I realized you were from Leawood I thought, “how have I never met her?!” (probably because I was still in middle school in 2004 but anyway). I knew I had found a kindred spirit. Since then, I’ve followed you on Instagram. I love your style and the unique way you pair, sometimes abstract yet always wonderful, pieces together. Thank you for the great blog and your amazing perspective on fashion.

    1. Hi Emily, wow that is so nice to hear, I cannot tell you. You are from Leawood too? Awesome! Thanks for keeping up with me and always let me know what you think, if you like, dont like, etc. I love the feedback, good and bad. I looked you up on fb…it looks like we have a lot of mutual friends. You must have gone to BVN?

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