Nasty Gals About Town #Chicago

Posted by Casey Shteamer | October 18, 2014 6

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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 Responses

  • Emily

    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.

    • 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?

  • Melissa Footlick

    Yay! That’s awesome. Congrats, Case!

  • Emily

    Yes, BVN forever, haha. And will do, thanks for responding!

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