Chicago Style { Part 2 }


Dave hates to do touristy stuff when we travel but I feel like its a must for most things. "The Bean" being one of them and as it turns out we both had fun with it. My philosophy is the first time you visit a new place, you do a lot of the touristy stuff and then when you go back you branch out and do "off the beaten path" stuff. Anyways, we had a blast during our brief stay in Chicago at the Mile North Hotel.


Top: Apt 9 | Cardigan: Halogen  | Jeans: Mother | Boots: ALDO (sold out but near exact here) | Sunglasses: House of Harlow | Bag: 3.1 Philip Lim (check ebay if sold out) | Watch: Michael Kors

Lips: YSL Sheer Candy #9 | Tarte Amazonian Clay FoundationOC8 Primer c/o | MAC Fluidline Eyeliner in Blacktrack | NARS Highlighting Blush in Albatross | Too Faced Bronzer in Chocolate Soleil | InStain Blush via Birchbox | NARS Surabaya Eyeshadow Duo

We strolled around the city in the morning and had breakfast at Heaven on Seven. We walked through Millennium Park and then visited the Buckingham Fountain on our way out of town. I really love Chicago and can't wait to go back!


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12 comments:

  1. I love your blouse Amber and all of the gorgeous shots of the city!

    xoxo,
    Chelsea & The City

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    1. You are so sweet Chelsea, I am glad you like!

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    1. Score again?! It was great breakfast. I loved the jalepeno cornbread muffin. Sinful!

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  3. I love your hair in this! Very flattering on you.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Joliene
    Young SF Lady

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    1. Thank you Joliene. I didnt plan on taking any outfit photos this day and had just thrown it up. Glad you like it.

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  4. I live here and haven't heard of Heaven on Seven; thanks for the rec. Glad you enjoyed your trip!

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    1. You should check it out. It was really good breakfast.

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  5. I love how you captured Chicago! How did you get all of these shots with so few people?! - J

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    1. Aw, I am glad you like! These were taken before 9am on a Monday morning, hence very few people.

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  6. Your pictures make me want to hop on the next flight to Chicago. The architecture looks beautiful!

    Laura
    www.lauraneuzeth.com

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    1. You should visit Chicago, the architecture is stunning and it is a very fun city.

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