I Planned A Drake Themed Galentine’s Dinner Party In 5 Days And It Was Everything

Having dinner with girlfriends is the best. But add cake and Drake songs – it’s simply the perfect theme I could think of for hosting my first Galentine’s Day dinner in Chicago.

I love a good party (see here, here, and basically all of my Instagram stories). And the reasons why I love them is because they help you bond with people. This Galentine’s Day dinner party was no exception.

First, I’m going to walk you through how I planned the Drake Themed party in five days- from the Drake on a Cake to the location.

Then, I’ll share with you what we did at the party.

How We Got to Drake on a Cake Galentine’s Theme:

The theme was Drake on a Cake. How did we get here? It all started with Chicago Restaurant Week and God’s Plan.

I was having a late lunch, which turned into early cocktails with a few fab Chicago lifestyle and food bloggers.  Drake had just released the song, God’s Plan, and we started talking about the lyrics which led our Instagram-obsessed selves to Drake on the Cake Instagram account.

 

Nicole Triebe from Windy City Dinner Fairy at Restaurant Week. Photo by: The Brazen Gourmand

 

During the lunch, I met the infamous Nicole Triebe, Founder of  Windy City Dinner Fairy, who I had followed on Instagram, but we’d never met in person. And, I’m going to tell you, meeting in person is so important. 

The day we met for Chicago Restaurant Week was also the day I started to promote my new relationship podcast, Ok Cool. We started talking about dating stories in Chicago and we were swapping our worst date stories.

Drake + Good Lobster Rolls + Bad Dates = BFFS

 

After a few laughs, some mussels, and some good cider, I had to interview Nicole about Windy City Dinner Fairy for my blog. So, we set up a date to make a Drake on a Cake and learn more about how she started baking and cooking.

The Drake on a Cake: Making the Cake:

About a week later, what was just girl talk, turned into baking the Drake on a Cake. I started my afternoon with Nicole from Windy City Dinner Fairy with a bottle of champagne. She already had the eggs and some ingredients on the table. Without a recipe, she swirled the batter and tossed in the ingredients to make a double chocolate Drake on a Cake.

 

Baking a Cake with Windy City Dinner Fairy.

 

Meet The Girlboss Behind Windy City Dinner Fairy:

While her cake smelled sweet, her story of becoming a girl boss was about a 15-year long road. See, Nicole always knew what she was good at, but it took time to develop her skills and her clientele. She was working a full-time job as a Paralegal when she started her creative, custom dessert catering company, Windy City Dinner Fairy. She was catering with a friend and made pastries for a coffee shop. And then on her own, Nicole was hired as a personal chef for three CrossFitters. It was when she made cupcakes for a wedding that she realized that this was what she wanted to do. She switched jobs to be an Assistant Underwriter at an insurance company and still kept making cakes and food on the side. Her business had expanded throughout the Chicagoland area. After working two jobs, which she didn’t like very much, she was ready to incorporate her side hustle on her 35th birthday – December 1, 2017.

 

The cakes were cooling, and it was time to pop the champagne. After hearing her story, we brainstormed the best Drake lyrics. Ultimately, we went with “You The F*ckin Best.” Windy City Dinner Fairy then made then made a “You The F*ckin Best”  playlist as she finished icing the cake, and I finished the champagne. I knew that those weren’t just empty words on a cake – she really is the f*ckin best for quitting her job and making her side hustle her business.

 

We Chose the Drake lyrics “You The F*ckin Best” for The Galentine’s Day Cake. 

 

P.S. if you need a visual of what it was like to bake with Nicole, you can watch her in action with Glossed and Found, an online video magazine making a hydrangea cupcake bouquet for Valentine’s Day.

The Galentine’s Day Invites:

One Party Can Lead To Another if you just believe. Chicago influencers from Chicagogrammers came to the Drake on a Cake Galentine’s Day Party. 

I think the only thing to do with a cake is to have a party. So, I went to the monthly Chicagogrammer’s happy hour with 30 other Instagrammers on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.

Some of them had seen my Instagram stories and asked me what Drake on a Cake was.  After Chicago bloggers and influencers Alyssa Erickson from Doughscuit, Allie Barke from Alliesfashionalley, and Katie Cahnmann from Appetite_4_Adventure were interested – I decided it was for a party.

A handful of people were going to the Chicago Pizza Party like Allie Bahcall from Bahcallmemaybe, who works for Yelp and the other half had no plans –  so we choose Saturday night.

I literally met new people that night like Ratanya Bowens and said, “Hi, I’m Amanda, what are you doing Saturday night?” With the blizzard coming on Friday, I knew the more invites the merrier.

So, I had a cake. I had people. Now, I just needed a time and a place. Three days till the party.

The Place to Host a Dinner Party:

Dinner parties are my favorite thing. I realized that I’m still an aspiring cook and so I appreciate the many wonderful chefs in Chicago who introduce me to new foods and flavors.

 

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We had the Galentine’s Party at Urbanbelly in Wicker Park. We had a big table to the side with a green wall in the backdrop for the semi-private dinner party.

 

I went out the next day to a handful of restaurants in Wicker Park and talked to the managers about hosting the dinner party. All three of them were great spots – Bru Chicago, Piece Brewery and Pizza, and Urbanbelly. 

 

I knew I wanted a semi-private event space where I could set up some type of decor. I ultimately chose Urbanbelly because they had this beautiful green backdrop and a nice table space with a corner area for us to drop our coats and purses and do what girls do best – relax and talk. Plus, the manager, Elizabeth was so nice.

The Decor:

If ever there was a time for a Target Run – it’s for a party. Target has really cute decor for $1 or $3. I picked up some cards, balloons, some pens and stickers, and a few photobooth props.

 

Appetite 4 Adventure and AlliesFashionAlley were some of the Chicago bloggers at the Drake dinner party. 

 

Plus I got some champagne gum as a palate gum. It made a great conversation piece.

The Night of The Drake on a Cake Dinner Party:

Let me just say, I loved everything about this party. Urbanbelly in Wicker Park had the table reserved for us with water and chopsticks already on the table.

We all decided on which Ramen and dumplings to order – don’t forget the dumplings. They are small, but flavorful. I got the beef and cheddar and the chicken curry. They were so good! And then I ordered togarashi fries for the table. Which were perfect in between good, spicy bites of my chicken ramen.

Last night was messy, funny, and as real as a Drake song makes me feel. My dreams came true – I threw a Drake themed dinner party for Galentines Day. We made Valentine’s Day cards from Drake lyrics and had a Drake on a Cake. I went to a few restaurants to host the party and @urbanbellychicago was wonderful and made us feel special. After ramen, some dumplings and piña coladas, the manager brought us amazing ice cream shots and pb&j ice cream – soft serve with crunchy peanut butter and huckleberry jelly that even @seriouseats recognized as some of the best ice cream in Chicago. The food was amazing! And I had never been there before. Getting a card written from Drake lyrics made us all laugh and most of all I had amazing company. Cheers to week of love and laughter 🥂

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I had never been to Urbanbelly before – but everything was good and everyone loved it. I learned that the master chef is renowned Chicago chef, Bill Kim, who has been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand and the StarChefs Rising Stars Award.

One of the best parts of Urbanbelly is their cocktails and desserts. Seriously these can be extras and often overlooked when having a big bowl of ramen. But, we had to try. They have house-made signature cocktails including a new pina colada inspired cocktail. I went for the cider.

Making Valentine’s Day Cards From Drake Lyrics:

After we shared dating stories and caught up on life. I had everyone put their name in Valentine’s Day bag. We all wrote out Valentine’s Day cards to each other using Drake lyrics. I think this was one of my favorite parts of the night!

 

We pulled names from the Valentine’s Day bag to write personalized notes using Drake lyrics. 

 

The best Valentine’s Day card made via Drake Lyrics was:

Katie,

Tonight was your night. Go get you some lobsters and shrimp.

You smart and you know it. I get it. I get it. You outdo those pimps.

Happy Valentine’s Day.

Love,

Sam

I mean Drake lyrics written as a card had us all laughing.

The next part was dessert. The manager surprised us and brought us some of Urbanbelly’s dessert to try and it was seriously amazing. If you only have room for one dessert – order the shake shot. I was confused when they put a mason jar filled with soft serve and shot glasses on the table – but taking a shot of ice cream is now one of my favorite shots. UrbanBelly’s shake shot has vanilla soft serve, Vietnamese iced coffee & chocolate crisp on top.

 

After Ramen, we took cake shots – which are just as amazing as they sound. 

 

I’ve never tasted peanut butter and jelly in ice cream form – but it was better than the sandwich. They take crunchy peanut butter and mix it with berry compote into the vanilla soft serve. Then, we also sampled the soy caramel soft serve.

Finally, it was time for the cake behind the party – Drake on a Cake. Urbanbelly cut the double chocolate cake and served us. The homemade frosting was so good!

Happy Galentine’s Day:

Our bellies were full and my heart was filled with joy. I’ve always wanted to throw something ridiculous like a Different rake on a Cake party. Celebrities have been my muse for several parties. For my 25th birthday, I threw a 1989 Taylor Swift party and we shut down the bar to make a music video to Shake it Off.

 

We finally got to eat the Drake on a Cake. 

 

So, that’s how you throw a party in five days. Hope you have a great Galentine’s Day and thank you for reading Windy City Cosmo! Remember, you’re the f*ckin best.

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Italian BYOB Valentine’s Day Dinner in Chicago: Trattoria Ultimo 

Romance is Italian food at an intimate restaurant with New York City flare and Parisian vibes. Add some flowers and some Beivuma wine because it’s BYOB. That place is Trattoria Ultimo in West Town. 

I recently went to Trattoria Ultimo for a Galentine’s Day preview organized by one of my favorite Chicago bloggers, Once Upon a Dollhouse. 


Antipasta:

There’s a number of antipastas at Trattoria Ultimo. My personal favorite was the prosciutto di Parma with Buratta because prosciutto and fresh mozzarella are two of my favorite Italian foods.

My second favorite dish was the asparagus and white mushrooms. If you are going to order the cheese platter with dessert, I suggest starting off with the asparagus.

Prosciutto di Parma with Buratta 


Chicken Liver with Crostini and Peach Mostarda

Baccalà Mousse and Polenta

Razor Clams with Fresh Calamari and Fajioli and Arugula

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Vitello Tornnato with Roasted Vegetables and Capers

White Mushrooms and Asparagus with Parmigiano Reggiano

Cleanse Your Pallete:

After appetizers, you want to cleanse your palette for the main dish. We had Celery Apple Sorbeto. It tasted like cucumber ice cream. Like it’s the kale chip of ice cream – you originally think it’s disgusting, but it surprises you. If every time a guy ghosted me and I turned to cucumber ice cream I would be in better shape.

Intremezzo: Celery Apple Sorbeto


Main Dish:

The main dish is probably the best dish. At this point, I was on my second or third glass of red wine and had tasted dishes I’ve never experienced before. I was ready for staple Italian dishes like chicken and pasta.

Trattorio Ultimo surprised us and brought out risotto. There are plenty of good dishes to choose from like the hearty gnocchi and bone marrow or the perfectly seasoned asparagus with hay chicken, but I was partial to the creaminess and flavor of the risotto. I’m usually impartial to risotto like the crab risotto I had in Seattle. But, this risotto was cheesy and well balanced with fig mustard and crispy prosciutto. Again, I love prosciutto.

Risotto with Tellagio Cheese with Fig Mustard and Crispy Prosciutto

Ravioli Tartufi Contrario with White Truffle Sauce


Gnocchi with Beef Short Rib and Roasted Bone Marrow


Hay Chicken with Roasted Vegetables


Branzino with Broccolini Green Beans and Haricots Verts in a Wine Herb Sauce

Dessert:

At the time dessert was called, we had tried twelve Italian dishes and my table was opening up a fourth bottle of red wine.

But still, they put a platter of cheese – fine, creamy, dry, and hard cheese all on one plate. It didn’t even need crackers. 

We couldn’t say no to dessert – especially homemade chocolate truffles – chocolate so different from Godiva or Fannie Mae, though both are good, Trattorio Ultimo’s milk chocolate is refined and delish and unique like the chocolates at Katherine Anne’s in Logan Square. 

Cheese Platter


Almond Cookies, Medieval Almond Cookies, Coconut Macarons and Chocolate Truffles with Taragon

I hope you have a lovely Valentine’s Day and if it’s a table for one or two or a dozen, I hope you treat yourself to a beautiful, authentic meal and slip into a little red dress. Don’t waste this one springtime Chicago winter. Go out and look beautiful and dine like the princess you are.


Bon Appetit.

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Romantic Valentine’s Day Plans for the Chicago Foodie

In the time when a date usually is meeting for coffee or drinks, a dinner date has become kind of special.

For instance, that time a guy took me out on a first date for drinks, and then halfway through decided to step up his game and buy me dinner, I used it as a cocktail party story because I felt so special. It was simple really, he bought a small pizza for us to share—Papa John’s, but those were just details.

While my taste in men is still developing, I do adore good food.

Windy City Cosmo has rounded up some cute spots to have dinner or brunch. Of course, there are also some other treats if you want to make a romantic Valentine’s date extra special.

Bowl:

King’s Bowl (1500 N. Clybourn) in Lincoln Park’s new plaza, New City, is hosting a special weekend for you and your valentine. The dinner includes a special Valentine’s Day dessert, and, of course, specialty cocktails like the Love Potion #9 and the Stubborn Heart. A DJ will top off your perfectly romantic evening.

Date: Thursday, February 11 – 14, 2016

Reservation: Book Online

Expand Your Palate With Wine Pairings:

Wine is the new water, so why not learn to properly pair it?

Pinstripes: Bistro, Bowling, Bocce in River East is hosting a more traditional romantic evening for Valentine’s Day. The Italian restaurant and upscale entertainment venue is partnering with Milbrant Vineyards for an interactive four-course wine dinner featuring perfectly-paired wines. Guided by a Milbrant expert and Pinstripes Bistro chef, the evening will be both delicious and educational as they demonstrate how each pairing enhances the dining experience.

Menu:

Reception: Stuffed Dates Gorgonzola, Applewood Smoked Bacon / 2013 Riesling, Evergreen Vineyard, Columbia Valley, Washington

Pasta: Butternut Squash Raviolo Brown Butter & Sage, Honey Spiced Pumpkin Seeds / 2014 Chardonnay, Columbia Valley, Washington

Main: Rain Crow Ranch Bone in Short Rib American Grass-Fed Beef, White Grits, Cajun Shrimp / 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Wahluke Slope, Washington

Sweet: Housemade Truffles Assortment of Chef’s Artisanal Hand-Rolled Chocolates / 2012 Red Wine, Brothers’ Blend, Columbia Valley, Washington

Date: Friday, February 12, 2016, at 7:00 pm

Reservation: $45/person

Get Medieval:

Dine with royalty (besides yourself).

Chivalry is not dead at Medieval Times Dinner and Entertainment. Harken back to the romance-filled days of yesteryear and treat your prince or princess to a Valentine’s Day themed dinner & show experience unlike any other at a castle—an actual castle.

The special $110 package includes admission for two, a couples’ photo, a four-course meal, two cheering flags, a light-up sweetheart rose, and two glasses of champagne with which to toast your budding—or established—romance.

Date: Thursday, February 4 – 15, 2016

Reservation: $110 package, Use Code: VDAYWEB16

Get Chocolate Covered:

Katherine Anne Confections (2745 W. Armitage Ave.) in Logan Square is offering a special treat for you and your sweetie.

Make your own truffles, add some champagne and have a fun night out. You’ll create classic hand-rolled truffles with Katherine Anne.

I went to one of her truffle making classes and it was an amazing experience to smell and taste new ingredients. At the end of the night, after measuring, chilling, scooping, and rolling your truffles, you  will leave with a sampling of the truffles everyone created (approximately 10).

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Katherine Anne’s Truffle Making Class for Valentine’s Day 2016 Photo: Amanda Elliott

Date: Friday, February 12, 2016, 6:00 p.m.

Reservation: $70/person

Make Dinner Together:

Don’t worry, you don’t have to impress him with your cooking skills. You can cook together. Bake425 is a bake at home, farm to crust pizza concept. They are located right in Evanston and deliver (4:00 pm – 7:45 pm) to your Chicago front door. Bake425 has a variety of veggie topped pizzas as well as meat lover options for your man.

I love that you can make healthy choices while eating pizza. For the sides, add Caesar Salad and even cookie dough to complete your meal. All of the food is pre-packaged and includes clear directions on top of each dish that read more like a letter than directions.

I made the Omnivore pizza with a friend. It was something that got us in the kitchen and turned your standard take-out into a fun little dinner party.

As a Valentine’s Day special, Bake425 is offering a special, custom heart-shaped pizza. All you have to do is choose up to three ingredients and the chef will work on the heart-shaped part.

P.S. it is one of the freshest pizza’s you will ever eat—it even tastes better than some Chicago restaurant pizza. Bake425 sources food from Midwest farms and they focus on organic foods like their artisanal pizza crust and organic tomato puree.  Plus, Bake425 doesn’t use GMOs. It is truly a farm fresh experience that reminded me of this time.

Date: Valentine’s Day weekend or future dates

Reservation: Call 1 (847) 425-1000

Make Reservations for Two:

There is always the simple, more respected option to be picked up with red roses, go to dinner and a movie and stay up all night telling each other how much you love them.

For more traditional Valentine’s Day plans, there’s Valentine’s Day Dinner of Valentine’s Day Brunch.

Valentine’s Day Dinner:

  • Miku Sushi (4514 N. Lincoln Avenue)

Miku Sushi continues to celebrate its 1st anniversary in February by offering half off their Lincoln Square Classic Maki and Traditional Maki rolls, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Saturday until February 29.

Start off with an Asian-inspired cocktail, such as the Red Octopus with Effen’s vodka, triple sec, Rose’s lime juice, and pomegranate juice (a known aphrodisiac).

Date: Sunday – Saturday until February 29, 2016

Reservation: call 773-654-1277 or book online

  • Osteria La Madia (59 W. Grand Ave.)

Osteria La Madia offers traditional Italian cuisine, featuring housemade pastas, anti pasti, salumi and prosciutto, formaggio, salads, and a full entrée selection. There are more than 75 wines by the glass, as well as bottled wine and craft cocktails.

Date: February 12-14, 2016

Reservation: Three Course: $47, With wine pairings $65, Four Course: $57 (with Pizzetta Selection), With wine pairing $79

Anti Pasti 

Yellow Tail Bruschetta

Foie Gras Ravioli

Spinach and Taleggio Fondue

Chopped Italian Greens, Creamy Herb Dressing, burnt Caramel bacon

Entrées

Orecchiette, Chicken Sausage, Tomato Conserva, Roast Eggplant, Green Olives

Casoncelli, Butternut Squash Filled Pasta, Brown Butter & Pistachio

Pan Seared Steak Florentine

Wild River Salmon, Fennel, Blood Orange

Desserts

Chocolate Tortino

Berries with Sweet Mascarpone Cream

Zeppoli, Bitter Chocolate Gelato

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Valentine’s Day Brunch:

  • Bella Bacinos Chicago (75 E. Wacker Drive)

Bella Bacinos is offering a special Valentine’s Day brunch for you and your valentine. I hear mimosas are in future because brunch comes with a complimentary glass of bubbly. Cheers to you and your love.

Bella Bacinos has more than 600 wines from around the world, with more than 20 wines by the glass.

Specials include:  Make Your Own Omelets ($12),
Very Berry Strawberry Waffle and Chantilli Cream ($8.50), Crème Brulee French Toast ($8.50), Ricotta  Stuffed French Toast ($12), and Heart-Shaped Frittata ($13).

Explore Bella Bacino’s full menu here.

Date: February 13 – 14, 2016, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Reservation: Book online 

 

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Don Your Victoria’s Secret Laciest During This Valentine’s Day Chicago Charity Run

Running outside (in the city!) in my Victoria’s Secret lace sounds a little extreme—extreme like the weather we tend to have in February.

No, no one is taking my clothes. But you and I might be rethinking them during Valentine’s Day  Victoria’s Secret sales.

With all of this extra sleepwear, what’s a single girl to do?

We brainstormed and slumber parties were totally part of the list. But, we thought we could use our Victoria’s Secret laciest to draw attention and raise funds for a greater good.

My friend, Maddy Osman (@MaddyOsman), created the answer: use your Victoria’s Secret sleepwear for charity this Valentine’s Day Weekend in Chicago’s Annual Cupid’s Undie Run.

I know you’ve been working out and need an excuse to show for your January New Year’s Resolution progress.

Lace and Other Details:

Running should be fun and nothing will give you a rush like running in your bedroom’s best.

The fun begins on Saturday, February 13, 2016, in Chicago.

  • Noon – Doors open & the party starts!
  • 1:00 PM – Awards ceremony
  • 2:00 PM – Cupid’s Undie Run
  • 3:30 PM – Earned “open bar” closes
  • 4:00 PM – Bag check closes, Cupid’s officially ends

Is There An Open Bar?

I tried to answer your most important questions first.

So, yes my Chicago cocktail queens and cosmo lovers, there will be an open bar. All you have to do is spread the word (aka share this article or bring up its contents during happy hour) and raise $250. Full Disclosure and Rewards for top charity fundraisers are here. 

What to Wear:

In all soberness, I wouldn’t wear lace to a race. But to each her own.

Chicago runners get creative and wear onesies or sport’s bras or as the name call’s for, underwear.

There is even Cupid’s Undie Run merchandise that you can purchase or use for inspiration.

Note: You don’t need to go shopping at Victoria’s Secret for this charity run.

Cupid's Undie Run Chicago 2016 Photo: Cupid's Undie Run

Cupid’s Undie Run Chicago 2016 Photo: Cupid’s Undie Run

Picture Everyone in What Room in Their Underwear?

You’ll be running in Wrigleyville. And trust me, Wrigleyville has seen crazier things than you and your underwear.

Starting at John Barleycorn (3524 N. Clark Street) you will run a lap around the under construction, Cub’s Stadium, as you enter the streets of Chicago’s most flamboyant and lively.

Cupid’s Undie Run Official Map

Going The Distance For Love:

It’s a brief run. BIG party.

You don’t have to walk 1,000 miles or even 500 miles. It’s one mile, babes. We can do it (though maybe not without a sports bra).

You, Me and Who?

Like the confident woman I know you are, you can run alone. But, you can also make it a group effort and raise money for Cupid’s Undie Run in Chicago by registering as a team.

And, no, Chicago isn’t the only city participating.

Cupid has expanded his reach and put the love spell on San Diego, Milwaukee, Virginia Beach, Miami and Salt Lake City,  Vancouver, Canada and Gold Coast, Australia.

Charity Run:

Feel like there’s no one who wants your love this Valentine’s Day Weekend? Think again.

The Children’s Tumor Foundation will benefit from your race donations. The Children’s Tumor Foundation is the world’s largest non-government organization dedicated to ending Neurofibromatosis (NF) through research.

The founders created this charity running event with a clothing optional twist for a reason:

We run in our undies because people with NF can’t cover up their tumors. They can’t put clothes on to feel more comfortable, so why should we?

Children with the genetic disorder, Neurofibromatosis (NF) develop tumors. These tumors lead to several problems including:

  • blindness
  • deafness
  • learning disabilities
  • severe chronic pain

$3.5 MILLION was raised last year for The Children’s Tumor Foundation.
Join the Fun and help double it for 2016!

P.S. Your company might match your charity donation!

Cupid’s Calling: Sign-up Now:

You may be wearing less, but you can save more if you sign-up early!

Register by February 5, 2016: $45

February 6, 2016 – Chicago Race Day: $55

P.S. All team members have to register individually, so just tell your friends your team name and they can choose it from the drop-down when they register.

An Extra Race Discount for my Windy City Cosmo Loves:

I don’t have a bow and arrow like cupid, but I do have a special EXTRA discount for you.

Get 10% off registration with code “CHICUR$”!

Bonus: It’s your first charity race of the year.

I just might be the girl in the pink robe this Valentine’s Day Weekend running down the streets of Chicago. Share the love and the Chicago event invite by tagging @WindyCityCosmo on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook and use the hashtag: #EndNF.

Skimp On the Clothes, Not Your Charity Donation:

Windy City Cosmo will be racing this Saturday, February 13, 2016. Help support by donating here so we can help children like Kelsey, who has been fighting for her health and her life since 3 years old.

You can always, donate here to help The Children’s Tumor Foundation and keep the Victoria’s Secret lingerie and (how you look in them) to yourself.

xoxoxo

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