We’ve got all of our fingers on the pulse here at Skirt, so each week we’re rounding up a few of the news stories we can’t stop chatting about.

Nike is the latest brand to jump on the millennial pink bandwagon:
“As of Wednesday, you can find a 23-piece selection of blush-colored products, from sports bras to sneakers, on Nike’s site, proving the trendy (perhaps too trendy) hue isn’t going anywhere.”

We can’t wait for Mindy Kaling’s sure-to-be-hilarious book on parenthood:
“I think I’ve decided that unlike everything else in my life, I’m going to be fast and loose about kids.”

Our favorite female celebs share their guilty pleasures:
“Young adult books like The Hunger Games. I am addicted. People can’t write them fast enough!” – Same, Eva Chen.

Princess Charlotte is taking notes from her mom:
The littlest royal just performed her first curtsy!

Social Superstars: “Cool Mom” Edition


As a mom of a toddler (I can’t believe she’s old enough for me to write that!), I have found that my Instagram feed has taken a drastic turn from the days of fashion, beauty, and lifestyle, to “Are you a cute mom who can help me with sippy cups?!” #momlife Thankfully a crop of amazing women has feeds brimming with inspiration for this new phase of my life — and some eye-catching photos and product picks even if you don’t have children.

Liz Denfeld
I stumbled upon Liz’s feed and realized her son is just a month shy of my daughter, Callie. Jackpot! I’m always looking for someone who can relate to the current baby stage I’m in. She’s a fantastic photographer and provides endless funny #momlife struggles in her Instagram stories, adorable updates on her children’s milestones, and gorgeous design inspo.

Liz Adams
I have always enjoyed Sequins & Stripes, but I felt a closer connection to Liz, who is pregnant with her second, once I had my own daughter. I love following her product recommendations for her son, Charlie (be it essentials oils or the best clothing stores for babes) alongside product picks for her easygoing style.

Caitlin Kruse
Caitlin is a mama-of-all-trades who moonlights as an editor at Glitter Guide and an event floral designer, all while running the blog, The Mama Notes, and chasing her daughter, Piper. Her feed manages to be oh-so-calming (I don’t know how she does it) and full of incredible ideas (especially yummy, toddler-friendly dishes, which I love!)

Chicago Love: Park & Field

There’s no question that putting on a nice dress and heading out for a fancy dinner is enjoyable, but often, the best nights are those spent in laid-back and causal restaurants with friends. This summer I plan on spending lots of time doing just that at Park & Field, a vintage sports bar with everything you could ever want and more.

The restaurant combines an old-school gymnasium aesthetic with new-school delicious cuisine. The best part is the 6,000 square foot patio that is filled with a bonfire pit, bocce ball courts, an outdoor bar, and seating that permits you to watch your favorite live sports on TV. Known to be one of the biggest outdoor patios in Chicago, this is the perfect spot to enjoy a beautiful summer night with a melting s’more in one hand, and a cold drink in the other.

Images via Park & Field and Instagram


We’ve got all of our fingers on the pulse here at Skirt, so each week we’re rounding up a few of the news stories we can’t stop chatting about.

The first of the celeb twins has arrived!
“This morning Amal and George welcomed Ella and Alexander Clooney into their lives. Ella, Alexander and Amal are all healthy, happy and doing fine. George is sedated and should recover in a few days.”

Soon you’ll never have to ask your BFF for her wifi password again:
“iOS 11 will come with a Wi-Fi-network-sharing feature. To take advantage of the change, hold two devices running iOS 11 next to each other, and attempt to join the desired network from the unconnected device.”

You could be one step closer to becoming Beyoncé after this weekend:
“Ashley Everett, who serves as ‘dance captain’ for Beyoncé, is coming to Chicago Saturday and Sunday to teach dance classes.”

Not all superheroes wear capes; some wear flats:
“The ‘Wonder Woman’ star has almost exclusively worn flat or nearly flat shoes to promote her record-breaking, widely praised film.”

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