Brunching on Randolph

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

crop top, cropped tank top, ombre maxi skirt, summer outfit, women's fashion, the fox and she, blair culwell

I’ve loved being in a new part of Chicago, and exploring new (to me) restaurants has been a huge perk of moving downtown. Since warm weather hit Chicago, my brunching game has really stepped up. It’s just too tempting to get out on these beautiful days and spend time catching up with friends or Rob. So far, I’ve already been to Yolk, RM Champagne Salon, Beatrix, and Little Goat this month and I’ve still got one more weekend!

One of my other favorite things about brunch is the excuse to get dressed up on Saturday morning! I recently picked up a black crop top after falling in love with it on another blogger. I love how the simple crop top looks paired with a long, flowing maxi skirt, simple jewels and embellished sandals. It’s so effortless, comfortable and perfect for summer. Plus, it really brings out my bohemian side, don’t you think?

I was hesitant about the crop top trend, but I’ve come to love it. It’s just got to be the right fit which means nothing too short or too tight. It’s brunch, not a night club, so dress accordingly!

Similar Look

TOP: Crop Top, similar (mine sold out) / SKIRT: Gauzy Maxi Skirt, old but similar / SHOES: Desert Lily Sandals, old but similar / NECKLACE: Lariat Necklace, old but similar

photos by Shaheen

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