2 Bloggers Share Their Cool Minneapolis Style

On the third stop of our Who What Wear Road Trip, fashion and lifestyle bloggers Kate Arends of Wit & Delight and Madelynn Furlong of Wide Eyed Legless show us their cool Minneapolis style and take us to their favorite spots around the city.

morning coffee

"The newly opened Alma Cafe is the perfect spot for a morning meeting or to grab a coffee. With the café, they opened the Alma Hotel. I have been dying to do a staycation here. It's gorgeous." — Madelynn Furlong, Wide Eyed Legless

treasure trove

"The Foundry Home Goods is a dreamy-homeware lover's heaven. A small store tucked in the best part of the north loop, The Foundry brings a carefully curated collection of meaningful home goods that will make your space feel cozy and special again." — Kate Arends, Wit & Delight

chic boutique

"Shop Mille is one of my favorite local boutiques. Michelle LeBlanc really knows how to do it right. Her shop is curated with beautiful clothing and accessories made from every It-girl designer from NY to L.A." — Kate Arends, Wit & Delight

designer haven

"I'm not sure where I would be without Grethen House! It is my local Net-a-Porter. They carry most of my favorite designer brands, and luckily for me, it's only a few doors down from where I live." — Madelynn Furlong, Wide Eyed Legless

literary hub

"Milkweed Editions is the nation's largest literary art center, right in our backyard. I love that it's directly inside the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, which is a designer's haven for inspiration." — Kate Arends, Wit & Delight

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local eats

"A James Beard Award nominee recently opened St. Genevieve, and that Steven Brown really knows how to do food. St. Genevieve is like stepping into old-time Paris. The French cuisine and ornate décor are equally decadent, and both the ambience and beignets keep me coming back for more." — Kate Arends, Wit & Delight

cocktail hour

"The new Hewing Hotel is exactly the boutique hotel that Minneapolis needed. While I haven't stayed in the actual hotel, I have enjoyed many a happy hour at their restaurant, Tulibee, and I'm completely smitten. Think local cuisine and cocktails with a hip, rustic vibe." — Madelynn Furlong, Wide Eyed Legless

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