A few weekends back I visited the Randolf Street Market on the West side of Chicago, which is a huge outdoor and indoor vintage shop. It was one of those things where it was fun to look around, but since I'm a broke college kid I just swooned at everything and didn't buy too much. My mother was my shopping partner, and that's always my favorite thing. Sometimes I think I talk about her too much, but I can't help it, she's cool and I love her.
Here are some pretty things.
This ring is the only object I bought. I hate bugs but I like them when they're made out of jewels.
This haute lady was promoting the Roy Lichtenstein exhibit that's currently being featured at the Art Institute. I have been to the exhibit and it was absolutely fabulous; I would certainly suggest going to see it if you're in the area.
(skirt, top, and headpiece: thrifted)
I met this Fashionista while browsing the market place, so clearly I had to awkwardly stare at her until I built up to courage to ask her for a photo. Check out my write up on her outfit in my CollegeFashionista post HERE.