There are amazing Chicago boutiques in each neighborhood of the city, but these are my favorite Chicago Boutiques that come to mind.
My Favorite Chicago Boutiques
More of a large home store than a boutique, but this is my absolute favorite store in the city. It’s packed with modern and vintage furniture, home goods, plants, and eye candy galore. I walk out of here inspired each and every time I go.
Located in Lincoln Park. 1885 N Clybourn Ave
P.O.S.H. is a close favorite right after Jayson Home & Garden. Get transported when you step inside the French boutique packed full of both new and vintage kitchenware & gifts. The ambiance, the music, the beautiful goods; it’s a must stop for sure. Regardless if I walk out with anything, I soak up all the feels. Just go there; you’re going to walk out feeling happier than when you went in.
Stop next door at the European coffee shop Cafe Cremerie and/or grab lunch at True Foods nearby. My order is lunch at True Foods, shop at P.O.S.H., and a hot cup of something (last time was a matcha) at Café Cremerie. A dreamy little afternoon.
Located in River North. 613 N. State Street
Sprout Home and Sprout Kitchen & Table are right across the street from each other. Sprout Home is full of amazing indoor and outdoor plants and pots; a great one to checkout in the Spring and Summer. Sprout Kitchen & Table is packed full of amazing home & kitchenware.
Located in River West or West Town. 744 and 745 N. Damen Ave.
Foursided has a few locations and they are all a bit different. This is my favorite of the bunch and it happens to be in Andersonville. It’s packed to the brim (especially around Christmas) with all kinds of gifts, ornaments, cards, and more.
Located in Andersonville. 5061 N Clark St
Andersonville is probably my favorite neighborhood to walk around; I especially love it in the Fall and Winter. It’s full of small, independent, artsy, vintage shops and it feels like it’s in it’s own little world in the city. Start with a hot drink at La Columbe (get it “for here” and stay awhile), maybe grab a vegan almond caramel date bar at Defloured, and take a leisurely walk down Clark popping in all of the shops that call your name. There are many I enjoy, but one I always remember is the high-end antique furniture store called Scout. I’ve never bought anything, but I’m inspired each time I go in.
An airy shop full of homemade ceramics, textiles, and more. It gives me a bit of the Tulum feeling.
Located in Wicker Park. 1339 N Damen Ave
A funky cool flower shop with gifts, jewelry, handbags, and more.
Located in Wicker Park. 1935 W North Ave
A new and vintage clothing store for both men and women that also has home goods & gifts as well.
Located in Bucktown. 528 N Milwaukee Ave
A gift boutique with a little bit of everything – cards, handmade jewelry, ceramics, textiles, and more.
Located in Bucktown. 2035 N Damen Ave
A boutique that has been on Armitage in Lincoln Park for as long as I can remember. It is full of eclectic home goods, women’s apparel, jewelry, small gifts, and more. If you are going for lunch in the neighborhood, head to Blue Door Farm Stand and grab the Kale Brussels Salad sans whatever you don’t want on it. It’s so good; it inspired me to make this recipe. You generally need reservations as it’s always packed.
Located in Lincoln Park. 934 W Armitage Ave
A joint coffee shop, boutique, and event space focused on ethically sourced, high quality goods including beauty products. A great place to discover cool small women-owned brands. If you find yourself in the neighborhood, it’s worth a stop. It has a peaceful, feminine, and fun Boho vibe.
Located in River North. 820 N. FRANKLIN ST
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