Fashion & the City is a series of guest posts where I welcome bloggers to share their style and the place that influences them. Our guest for today is Teresa Maria from Outlandish Blog who takes us to the city of Tallinn in Estonia.
A Sentimental Adventure from Chicago
Discovering Chicago with blogger Christina
& the city
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This series of posts are an ode to places and bloggers. Basically outfits and shoots of bloggers that describe their hometown or the place they live in. I have started this series a long time ago and thought it was time to take it back.
If you want to know more about Fashion & The City, head here where you can also check previous guest posts on the page. As said before it’s all about bloggers, their style and their city/country.
Christina from A Sentimental Adventure was very kind to accept my request of finding some photos of her favorite places in the city she lives in: Chicago. She lives in the heart of good old America and I couldn’t wait to know more about it.
What is she wearing? Chambray Dress – Mint Julep / Oxfords – Shein.
But I will leave with her words on Chicago: “One of my favorite things to do in my city is visit coffee shops as a way to experience different neighborhoods. Some coffee shops I love are Bow Truss in Lakeview, Metropolis in Edgewater, Intelligenstia in Wicker Park, Ipsento in Logan Square, and La Colombe in Andersonville. At night I enjoy sipping cocktails and eating tasty food; opportunities for this are plentiful in Chicago. Scofflaw in Logan Square serves amazing cocktails and house-made gin. The Monkey’s Paw in Lincoln Park makes the most delicious farm-to-table dishes. We are lucky to have fun places nearby in Irving Park and Lincoln Square including Pitchfork Saloon and the lovely and intimate Windy City Playhouse.“
And again: “Since I can’t ALWAYS be eating and drinking, I make plenty of time to experience the fantastic architecture and nature in Chicago. The riverwalk along the Chicago River provides incredible views of towering skyscrapers. A stroll through Edgewater provides a tour of historic brownstone homes and hotels that once housed prominent celebrities; their shadows cast over the always-pleasant Hollywood Beach along the vast coast of Lake Michigan.”
I have really enjoyed visiting Chicago through Christina’s eyes even if just virtually. I believe that a city is best told by its locals, so bloggers beware because I will keep digging from fashion/travel/beauty/lifestyle bloggers all around the blogosphere.
Wanna be next? If you wish to take part in this project, send me an e-mail.