Spirograph Crop Top in the City | Fashionlingual


There's something about late night strolls in a bustling city that really get me going. It's remarkable to be able to experience how a city's energy changes throughout the day. And as much as I enjoy the day's sunshine and bustle, I look forward to quieter moments of evening contemplation.

  

Evening jogs or walks are my favorite part of the day. It's a great way to get my body moving as well as to reflect upon the day. Whose day doesn't come with challenges, right? But I like to think about the achievements, no matter how small (don't steal my thunder on this one). On a more serious note, this alone time helps me recharge and go over the ish that needs to get done the next day. 


On such a night, I came across this really neat park in the West Loop. The geometric and stainless steel archway is such an incredible sight against the city backdrop.
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MARY BARTELME PARK  |  115 S. SANGAMON STREET, CHICAGOIL

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I'm wearing --> Top: Cmeo Collective | Shirt: Gap | Jeans: Blank NYC | Boots: Zara | Clutch: Zara

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Photos shot by Erika Gutierrez


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