Everything CHICago Style

CHICago Style has had so much fun working with our fellow Loyola students this semester to create a blog not only  about fashion, but about the great things CHIC students are doing on campus this semester. We are so proud of what we have created, so we wanted to take a look back at all that we have accomplished this semester. Thank you all for watching, reading and commenting! And get ready for more CHIC fashion to come!!!

Leave us a comment on what your favorite posts were and let us know what you want to see in the future! For more CHIC fashion and a more the behind the scenes look at CHICago Style follow us on Twitter and Instagram!

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