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Chicago Shopping

Woodfield Mall in Chicago

The Chicagoland area offers a wide variety of shopping experiences, from upscale boutiques to discount outlet malls, and everything in between. The primary shopping strip in the city is the Magnificent Mile, which runs along north Michigan Avenue from the Chicago River to Oak Street. Here you'll find department stores such as Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom, home furnishing retailers such as Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn, jewelers such as Tiffany and Van Cleef & Arpels, big name apparel retailers such as Gap, Banana Republic and Ralph Lauren, plus a host of boutiques and specialty shops. The Magnificent Mile also features indoor shopping malls, such as Water Tower Place and 900 North Michigan Shops. State Street is another major shopping destination, with Marshall Field's and Carson Pirie Scott being the main department stores.

Woodfield Mall in ChicagoThe Chicago suburbs offer excellent shopping centers as well. Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois is an enclosed mall and the largest in the area. Its anchors include Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, J C Penney and Sears. Beautiful outdoor malls include Oakbrook Center in Oakbrook and Old Orchard in Skokie. These two malls feature manicured landscaping and lush surroundings to create a very pleasant atmosphere. You can include the thrill of an amusement park with your shopping trip in Gurnee, Illinois, where you'll find Gurnee Mills Outlet Mall and Six Flags Great America.

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Shopping Tours

Magnificent Mile Chicago's Shopping StripMagnificent Mile Chicago's Shopping Strip

Head to Chicago Premium Outlets for an unparalleled collection of 120 designer and name brand stores offering savings of 25% - 65% every day!

Explore Chicago's prettiest shopping neighborhood - Lincoln Park. Your shopping guide will take you to the neighborhood's most unique boutiques where you can find local designers and all the latest trends. This unique Chicago Shopping Tour leads you to all the hard-to-find boutiques that you won't find back home or on the Magnificent Mile.

Downtown Shopping Resources

Pottery Barn at Oakbrook Mall Chicago

Chicago Shopping Guide & Map

SeeMore Shopping was created with the goal of making in-store shopping easier for consumers and creating visibility for local destinations, stores, designers and merchandise. SeeMore Shopping Chicago Store Map shows the precise location, address and phone number of 1200 retail stores, listed by category, in every shopping neighborhood in downtown Chicago.

  • Macy's 111 N. State Street
  • Nordstrom's 55 E. Grand Ave (at Michigan Ave.)
  • American Girl Place, 835 N. Michigan Ave.
  • The North Face, Inc., 875 N. Michigan Ave.
  • Ralph Lauren, 750 N. Michigan Ave.
  • The Lego Store, 520 N. Michigan Ave.
  • Burberry, 633 N. Michigan Ave.
  • Niketown, 669 N. Michigan Ave.
  • Hawkquarters 333 N. Michigan Ave.

Pottery Barn at Oakbrook Mall Chicago(directory of Oak St. Shops)

On Oak Street between Michigan Ave & State St.

Located at the North end of the Magnificent Mile, Oak Street is an International style center, housing many of the world's most exclusive boutiques and salons. It is a street which attracts shoppers from all over the world who seek only the best. Shoppers are offered their choice of unique and upscale clothing, shoes, jewelry, home furnishings, art, linens, and music. Full spa facilities, salon services, makeup, yoga and fitness classes are readily accessible to pamper you in a style to which the Oak Street shopper is accustomed. Fabulous restaurants, prestigious hotels, movie theatres, banking and valet parking are additional amenities par excellence.

1300 Block W Randolph St between Ada and Odgen

312.666.1200, email:

Come and experience Chicago's world-renowned Randolph Street Market Festival, featuring the most exciting array of vintage and modern art & objects, fashion & jewelry, home furnishings & decor ever assembled in one place! One weekend a month from May through October, this Eurostyle indoor-outdoor shopping spectacle is a favorite destination for antique dealers, merchandisers, decorators, fashionistas and style setters from around the globe. Located in the historic and trendy West Loop neighborhood, the Randolph Street Market has been featured in Travel & Leisure, Lucky Magazine and the New York Times. 2008 weekends are May 24-25, June 28-29, July 26-27, Aug 30-31, Sep 27-28, Oct 25-26. Sat 10-7pm and Sun 9-4pm.

Guide to shopping in Chicago at specialty boutiques and department Stores. Shop Michigan Avenue in Chicago and visit Water Tower Place, 900 North and Macy's on State Street.

Source: www.chicagotraveler.com
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