The first booth to catch my eye was JoJo and Sofia. The table was full of recycled pieces. My favorites were the cuff links and tie clips, but they also had great upcycled women's necklaces. Their booth set up was very cohesive and full of goodies to look at. Highly recommended if you're looking for unique menswear accessories!
I totally fell for the ladies at the Kiwi's Boutique booth. They were so kind and ready for me to photography this amazing bib-style necklace (I noticed earlier in the show that there was also a neon yellow version !!!). Upon further looking at their stock, a few dresses really caught my eye. I had to refrain from purchasing a gorgeous mint-green collared dress that was absolutely to die for. You can check out their collection online or visit their store near the West Loop!
And finally, I loved the jewelry at Nomadic Ant. There were some really nice brass and enamel necklaces in every shape — from paper cranes to animal skeletons. Their set up was very woodsy and charming. Be sure to check them out at the Randolph Street Market this weekend where they will always be selling clothing! I really hope to make it out, but with the Chicago Pride festival, I'm not sure what my plans are just yet.
I wish I would have had company this time around — especially to shoot my outfit. I paired a Mezzanine partially sheer blouse with thrifted high rise coral shorts and these lovely thrifted Charlotte Russe (yes, you read that correctly...) wedges. I finished it all off with a top knot, creamy orange lip stain, and a gold choker.
I also want to sent a special hello to the ladies at LuLu Blossom. Great to see you again! Also, it was great meeting Lisa from 312Style. I'm always excited to meet other bloggers in this city.
Cheers, everyone — I hope you have great plans for the weekend!