Getting to do Chicago senior pictures with two sisters was so much fun! Our original plan got rained out, so we opted for some indoor and covered locations. This took us to a Heritage Bicycles, a super cool coffee shop + bike shop hybrid...check them out if you're in Chicago! After they changed into their next (amazing) outfits, we headed to The Art Institute of Chicago, which is probably one of my favorite locations now. Sometimes a little rain isn't such a bad thing :)
We finished up these Chicagos senior pictures at one of their favorite train stops in the loop and mannnn it photographs well! The whole session I was more than obsessed with their outfits. I kept asking them to be my personal stylists because I can find cute clothes, but putting them together in cool outfits like these two did is another story a.k.a. I don't do it very well. Hello suede coats with jeans and gym shoes because it's winter and I'm lazy!
This session turned out so much better than I could have imagined given our super last minute plans, but I'm so happy with them! Enjoy!
After sipping a coffee at Heritage Coffee, we headed to the Art Institute of Chicago for the next portion of these Chicago senior pictures.
I have a membership at the AIC, so I know it pretty well, but there's always more to see. I knew I had to get this staircase in the photos, and Rafy's ballet outfit seemed like the perfect, beautifully regal outfit for this grand space.
For the last part of these urban Chicago senior pictures, we headed to an L station!
There is truly never a bad place for a senior photo in Chicago, and this just proves it! A city built with beauty and architecture in mind gives endless opportunities for unique senior pictures. I loved the all white at this L station, but also the colorful pops on the stairs leading up to the trains, so I made sure we got both for these two's Chicago senior pictures.