Monday, July 31, 2017

Interscope Records x Electric Sky

Interscope Records, home Lady Gaga, OneRepublic, and Rae Sremmurd, is diversifying yet again...but not with new artists. Instead, it is diversifying into wine. (yes, you read that correctly). Interscope is shaking things up with its newest addition to the family “Electric Sky.”

Interscope continues to put itself at the forefront of cultural trends with its distinctive style and taste, by reinventing the wheel of wine consumption. No need to worry about wine openers, corkscrews, and breakable glass, Electric Sky’s creatively packaged bottles comes in four convenient 187 ml single-serve portions, which snap together to form a 750-ml bottle. 

Each bottle is individually sealed and delivered in shatter-proof, recyclable plastic - making it perfect for sharing with friends while outdoors or at home when you simply want one glass of wine at a time. The four 187 ml single serves are designed to snap together vertically to form the equivalent of a 750-ml bottle, but they are already proportioned and individually packaged for you! 

This made the wine easy to transport, hold, and consume at this year's Mamby on the Beach festival. The last thing you want at a music festival is to be inconvenienced in any capacity and Electric Sky made sure to think of that through and through. It was also a nice change to have a wine option at this type of festival vs. only beer, and we hope it will make appearances at more upcoming shows around the city!

Interested in trying the current flavors? Visit www.electricskywine.com for additional information on location spots, upcoming events, and more!

Pinot Grigio: A crisp and fresh wine with lemon and peach aromas and a clean citrusy finish from the famed Saove growing region in the eastern part of Verona, Italy.

   Rose: Sourced from a vineyard located in the Languedoc Roussillon region in the south of France, next to Provence.

California Red Blend: A juicy and smooth blend of Syrah, Merlot and Zinfandel with deep, rich red berry flavors and a soft, silky finish from Sonoma, California.





This post was sponsored by Electric Sky Wine

Monday, July 10, 2017

Summer Rewind

We can't believe that Chicago is already half way through its Summer (insert crying emojiis here!) - but instead of dwelling on the fact that chilly nights and SNOW are, more or less, right around the corner, we're here to highlight some of our favorite things so far from #Summer2017

New Favorite Nail Color


OPI's GelColor in Cajun Shrimp is the perfect combination of red & coral. It's a bonus that they included this legacy color in their GelColor collection, now available in no chip! 

New Favorite Wine


Electric Sky's Rosé is Summer's best new adult beverage! We had the opportunity to try all of their flavor profiles (but of course the Rosé was our favorite...#basic) and we will be stocking up on these easily portable wine glasses to enjoy throughout the second half of the Summer. If you're in need of a high quality, environmentally friendly, wine on the go, make sure to check out Electric Sky!

New Favorite Restaurant


Cafe Robey is Wicker Park's hottest new restaurant, located inside the new Robey Hotel - featuring terrific breakfast/brunch options until 2pm and dinner service from 5pm-10pm. THE BONUS: They are running on GILT City right now where you can snag a $60 dining credit for $35! 

New Favorite Festival


It's not a secret that our favorite kind of music has always been EDM, and we're certainly no stranger to music festivals however, this year's Mamby on the Beach took the cake. With an even larger space for fest goers on the beach, incredible energy from local artists - as well as the headlining favorites - there wasn't a dull moment over the course of the 2-day event. 

New Favorite Workout Class


If you've been following us for the past two years, you know that our first born & true love is with SoulCycle...but there's always more room in the adoptedSTYLE family! We had the pleasure of trying out Barry's Bootcamp this Summer and instantly became obsessed with - not only the high intensity interval training workout - but the instructor, Jason Loebig. For a class that can come off as quite intimidating and borderline scary AF, Jason does a fantastic job at making his clients feel comfortable, excited to be there, and proud to strive for their best selves.



Photos c/o: Mitchell Munsell, Paul Boucher, Electric Sky Wines, Barry's Bootcamp, OPI.com, and Google Images