Visit unique shops in Chicago’s downtown to find gifts for everyone on your list, while having a little fun yourself!
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Whether you’re a self-diagnosed shopaholic or you live in fear of having to buy new clothes, men living in the Chicago area are in luck because there are a number of great stores nearby selling all sorts of men’s fashion items.
Don’t know where to snag the best gifts for everyone on your list this year? Here are our 5 kickass ways to get through your holiday shopping in Chicago — sans malls! Hint: they’re our favorite shopping streets in the city…
This hip vintage shop in Pilsen has everything you need to look swank the next time you go out. And it doesn’t smell bad!
Check out some unique Chicago boutiques on Southport Avenue. Go for a leisurely stroll with friends, taking the time to check out every window display and boutique.
Is Candyality the “Sweetest Destination in Chicago”? Read on to find out!
It’s Black Friday, the most terrifying holiday of all. So, if you’re braving the crowds, be careful! And make sure you rack up as much sweet stuff as possible.
As the yuppie capital of Chicago, Lincoln Park is retail heaven. Boutiques and high end stores line the streets of Halsted and Armitage. So, if you’re looking for good shopping here’s our road map.
Frank Sinatra called State Street “that great street” in his song, “Chicago.” With all the amazing places to shop along State Street, he sure was right.
Hyde Park houses four prominent bookstores, The Seminary Co-Op, 57th Street Books, O’Gara and Wilson Ltd, and Powell’s. I went to figure out why they needed four.
Tired of your typical North side shopping routine? Shake it up with a trip to Beverly and Mt. Greenwood for some unique stores offering quality clothing and antiques.
Sick of trekking around the mall, visiting the same old stores, then showing up at a party where two other girls are wearing the same Express top? Check out our guide to shopping in the neighborhoods of Wicker Park/Bucktown.
Quick, hide your wallet! 3.1 million square feet of retail space is calling from Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.
Whether you’ve got a few dollars to spend or are just looking for a nice stroll, Michigan Avenue is the quintessential Chicago shopping experience.