Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago

Nightlife in Chicago has a buzzing vibe and an electric atmosphere. The windy city is replete with upscale lounges that are the place to be seen and contemporary night clubs that beat with the pulse of heady dance music. Dress codes are definitely dressy, leaning to the modern sophisticate in killer stiletto heels. For a girls night out well turned out ladies will impress in the right ensemble and be waved past the endless entrance lines. Here we combine some suggestions of what to wear in some of Chicago’s most happening places.

There are hot night spots to suit every taste and some of the most popular venues are great places for celebrity sightings. Whether a seasoned local or a tourist from out of town you can feel in with the in crowd when you know the best places to go to unwind. There are swanky lounges for pre-dinner drinks and classy lounges that change their vibe into dancing spots at the witching hour. There are late night clubs for after hours dancing where you can bop until dawn breaks.

Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago
The Rebar

The Rebar in the Trump International Hotel is a great spot for out of towners to soak up the glitzy atmosphere. The lush ambiance of this mezzanine lounge puts the special into any special occasion. This premier lounge has an impressive decor and offers fabulous views of the Chicago skyline. The Trump name comes at the price of a hefty bar bill but you are paying for the experience, excellent service and delicious drinks. If you style your outfit to suit the venue you may draw more attention than the floor to ceiling windows of the stunning view.

Rebar calls for a classy outfit and a gorgeous, youthful Jovani prom dress, style 41269 with a beaded back and a nude underlay, fits the bill perfectly for cocktail hour. This sleeveless, form-fitting dress is so elegant with its high straight across neckline and spaghetti straps leading into the scalloped semi-open back. The fitted skirt finishes in a soft brush train, catching the eye as you glide graciously into the room in this figure flattering number.

The sophisticated lace theme is mirrored in the Sherri Hill dresses, especially style 50930, which features a plunging V-neck bodice with cutout sides leading into a fitted lace skirt with a sheer chiffon overlay. These two beautiful dresses are the perfect choice for the elegant image the Rebar calls for.

Dress for the season at Chicago’s premier Roof on theWit bar with its retractable roof and outdoor lounges. This stylish top-of-the-roof lounge has magnificent views over Chicago and the river. As the evening gets going it transforms from a lounge into a hopping dance club. This is a sexy and sophisticated venue, full of beautiful people dressed in the latest fashions. It is a great place to visit in summer when you can wear a short, daring dress that shimmers on the dance floor or a floor-length gown in cooler months.

Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago
Roof on the Wit
Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago
Alyce Paris 1215

Alyce Paris prom dresses, in particular style 1215, is the perfect choice for glitzy weekend nights in Roof on the Wit. This sheath gown has a bateau neckline and a gorgeously beaded waistband. The seductive, long skirt features a daring mid-thigh side slit that says sexy Chicago nightlife. This dress is the perfect choice for moving from cocktail hour to the dance floor before the witching hour.

For the ‘wow factor’, consider the Rachel Allan 7656 halter neck dress, styled in jersey with a floral beaded cutout bodice and an open back and a long fitted skirt with a sexy side slit.

When it comes to subterranean glamour, sequins create the perfect look for Chicago’s The Underground nightclub. This glitzy hot club with a bunker theme is the place to celebrity spot and to be seen. Think sophisticated and shimmering as you plan to dress to the nines for this popular club. This is a great spot for late night dancing to the sounds of quality DJs.

Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago
The Underground Chicago
Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago
Jovani 49606
Where To Go And What To Wear in Chicago
Celebrity DT11609

For maximum impact wear an outfit that dazzles such as the Jovani 49606 sequin jumpsuit. The slim fitting pants are made to showcase stilettos and the sleeveless top features a bateau neckline, sheer sides and a plunging V-back.

Another great option for sensational sequins is the Celebrity by David Tutera DT11609 long slinky dress, styled in sparkling gold or sultry black. This form-fitting dress with a deep V-neckline molds sensually to the figure, creating a mesmerizing look for the dance floor.

Embrace your glamorous sophisticated side when you sample the swanky nightlife of the hottest Chicago lounges and nightclubs. Not only will make an impression in these high fashion dresses but you will have a superb night out in a place to remember.

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Dimitri From Paris

Based in France, though he was born in Turkey, Dimitri entered the dance music community during the mid-’80s by DJing at the French Radio 7. By 1990, his reputation had allowed him to record soundtracks for fashion barons like Chanel, Lagerfeld, and Gaultier. He released two solo EPs during 1993-1994, plus the mini-LP Esquisses, and contributed to the Yellow Productions compilation La Yellow 357.

He also remixed hundreds of artists, including Björk, the Brand New Heavies, New Order, James Brown, and Etienne Daho. Dimitri’s debut album, Sacrebleu, appeared in late 1996, also on Yellow Productions. Named Album of the Year by MixMag, it sold several hundred thousand copies around the world and finally received an American release in early 1998. The 1997 mix album Monsieur Dimitri’s De-Luxe House of Funk, however, showed the Frenchman coming back to his house roots. In lieu of a second production album, he mixed several more sets: ICU Session, Vol. 3, A Night at the Playboy Mansion, the BBE box set Disco Forever, Super Disco Friends, and a collaborative mix set with the Idjut Boys titled Night Dubbin’.

Performance Date @ Crimson Lounge: June 08, 2011

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