Banana inspires a burlesque performer's outfit at the Logan Square Farmers Market | Bleader

Banana inspires a burlesque performer's outfit at the Logan Square Farmers Market

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Street View is a fashion series in which Isa Giallorenzo spotlights some of the coolest styles seen in Chicago.

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"I was making a smoothie, and the banana I used was sooo yellow," says Nadha Vikitsreth, who was spotted on a recent Sunday strolling the Logan Square Farmers Market. "So I wanted to dress like a banana, but with a twist. I added my favorite Judith Leiber belt, from Store B in Wicker Park, to jazz it up, and slipped on my fluffy sneakers from Felt in Logan Square." The developmental therapist usually peppers her outfits with feathers and rhinestones, a nod to the costumes she creates for her burlesque performances as part of Vaudezilla at Stage 773. "I'd like to think that designing a costume and putting together a daily ensemble are the same," she says. "The whole point of both is to bring a smile to my face." Check out Nadha's cool accessories below.

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Shoes purchased at Felt in Logan Square.
  • Shoes purchased at Felt in Logan Square.
Belt purchased at Store B in Wicker Park.
  • Belt purchased at Store B in Wicker Park.
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