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In Chicago, you can seriously shop till you drop. Find that one-of-a-kind purchase, a Chicago neighborhood boutique, or go on that all-out shopping spree on the Magnificent Mile. If you prefer malls over stand alone stores, Chicago is home to many mall-style shopping centers. There are numerous shopping districts such as State Street.
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If downtown is too crowded for you, there's always the possibility of venturing into one of Chicago's other neighborhoods to have a look around. Even in the most residential of areas, you're bound to find some little shop tucked away in a corner somewhere. There are a few antique districts and in certain parts of town there are quite a few art galleries.
The shopping isn't just limited to clothing. You can find stores for just about anything, and some things you probably didn't think that there were actual stores for. Needless to say, if you're looking for something very specific, chances are that it's here somewhere.
That's the other part about shopping in Chicago; hunting for your purchase can be just as great as actually buying it. There's so much to see and do in the city that you will probably check out all kinds of places that you wouldn't have normally visited, especially if you're shopping in a neighborhood that you don't often visit.
There are even locations in the suburbs that lure shoppers out of the city to find what they are looking for. There is outlet style shopping in the suburbs as well.
The following is a list of areas and categories that might catch your attention. Put on some comfortable shoes and head on out to start your shopping bonanza.
- Apparel and Accessories
- Books & Music
- Collectibles and Art
- Home & Garden
- Magnificent Mile
- State Street
- Sports & Leisure