This month, DT Supports Small is focusing on locally owned businesses and organizations where you can create a fresh start for 2022. From mind and body to home and wardrobe, here are places to renew, recharge and reengage as we greet the new year.
Choc Choc Cosmetics
chocchocusa.com | 3127 N Broadway, Chicago
Let the caring knowledgeable staff at this Lakeview store handpick the best products for your specific skincare needs. Encompassing a wide variety of products, this unique emporium specializes in Korean cosmetics created with natural ingredients and innovative skincare technologies that are a generation ahead.
truejuicewinnetka.com | 542 Chestnut St, Winnetka
With two other locations in Highland Park and Glencoe, this popular North Shore juice bar also offers a variety of smoothies, soups, salads and other balanced food options to support a healthy, on-the-go lifestyle.
Cloud & Bunny
cloudandbunny.com | 1600 W Montrose, Chicago
This social enterprise resale shop offers a rotating selection of books, toys and gently-used luxury clothing for children aged newborn to 12 years. For every dollar sold, Cloud & Bunny donates $1 to local non-profit organizations including Heartland Alliance and Refugee One.
The Handsome Bastard Barber Shoppe
thehandsomebastard.com | 7044 N Clark St, Chicago
Whether you’re looking for a classic cut or want to try a new, edgier style, the Handsome Bastard’s master barbers are authorities on effortless style—dedicated to creating an unrivaled experience for their clients.
fawnstudio.co | 1328 Sherman Ave, Evanston
With over a decade of experience in the salon industry, Erin Prince Haggis opened her studio in 2015. With stylists and colorists who specialize in their field, Fawn is a collective of talented professionals doing what they love—giving clients a beautiful, effortless-looking style.
Adornment + Theory
adornmentandtheory.com | 2644 ½ N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
This independent jewelry store was founded in 2017 by Viviana Langhoff, a fine jeweler with a mission to curate a collection of exceptional high-quality jewelry with a story. All pieces are created by black, brown, indigenous, and women-identifying designers from across the globe.
The Space Between Yoga
thespacebetweenyoga.com | 222 W Hubbard St, Lower Level, Chicago
Breathing new life into an ancient practice through movement, music, meditation and a refreshing experience, this yoga studio aims to get you out of your head and into your soul. With the credo that everyone belongs there, The Space Between celebrates diversity and honors individuality.
saltfit.com | 410 Green Bay Rd, Kenilworth
With two other locations in Bucktown and Northbrook, the SALT fitness team will give you a solid foundation of essential elements so you can achieve your fitness goals. Combining barre, cycle and FIT, their classes will put you on the path to a stronger, healthier and happier life.
districtchicago.com | 4835 N Damen Ave, Chicago
What started in 2010 as a garage-based refinishing business for run-down pieces of furniture has since grown into one of the city’s go-to destinations for mid-century design. Meticulously restored vintage items are displayed along with a finely curated collection of modern furnishings.
allyuspa.com | 600 W Chicago Ave, River Walk Level, Chicago
Allyu (ah-yū), the Quechua word for “community,” represents their commitment to the ever-evolving needs of their clients, their staff and the Earth that sustains us. A wide range of services include massages, facial care, Chakra balancing, and a variety of relaxing and rejuvenating full-body treatments.
Evanston Rebuilding Warehouse
evanstonrebuildingwarehouse.org | 1245 Hartrey Ave, Evanston
Promoting waste reduction and sustainable renovation and building practices, this non-profit organization sells reclaimed building materials—from kitchen appliances and bath cabinets to lighting fixtures, doors, hardware, flooring, and more. Proceeds benefit their education and job-training programs.
All She Wrote
allshewrote.com | 825 W Armitage Ave, Chicago
Freshen up your workspace or reengage with loved ones who live afar! Since 2001, this locally owned Lincoln Park landmark has delighted visitors with their custom stationery, desk accessories, bespoke invitations, timeless home goods, unique gifts and a curated collection of charming greeting cards.
2 Sisters A&L
shop2sisterspr.com | 33 S Prospect Ave, Park Ridge
Named for the owner’s two daughters – and beloved by customers for their personalized service – this popular boutique offers a beautifully curated selection of clothing, accessories and shoes for women. Brother J, their equally stylish men’s collection, is named for Ava’s and Lilly’s brother, Johnny.