If you plan to get the rich collection of designer dresses, artsy, chains, and other amazing stuff in your wardrobe, Chicago’s shopping malls should be your next destination!
With the plethora of brands along with local and independent sellers, there are so many amazing things to shop for. Some malls will also give you a dose of complete entertainment and other amenities like spas that are located on the North end of Magnificent Mile, Chicago sports Museum in Water Tower Place, and many other amazing things.
Excited? Let’s dive in to know which are these malls:
Shops At North Bridge:
It’s a huge six-block shopping mall in Illinois featuring more than 50 retailers and over twenty luxurious restaurants. In fact, MCM, the luxury travel goods, and accessories brand opened its first store in Chicago at The North Bridge.
Besides, you can shop from MAC cosmetics, ALEX and ANI, ELOQUIL, Le Creuset, Stuart Weitzman, and other popular brands. Don’t forget to make your stop at the Vosges’ to enjoy the delicious and exotic truffles.
Want to get a parking discount? Buy anything of at least 10$ from The Shops at North Bridge or Nordstrom.
If shopping from the independent stores is your favorite thing, the Southport Corridor is for you! Reach to the destination from CTA Brown Line or take a walk from Wrigley Field and start shopping.
You will see a plethora of branded stores, designer boutiques, family attractions, and amazing restaurants to whoop up your dining experience. You can shop from Uncle Dan’s, M2 Boutique, and other high-end national chains like Kendra Scott, Lush Cosmetics, Bonobos, Lou & Grey &Johnny Was.
Want something to eat in-between shopping? Try the menu of New American Fare and Cocktails.
Woodfield is one of the largest shopping malls in the United States with every big clothing store. From Coach to Clair’s Boutique, there’s everything you are looking for. In fact, there are special kiosks to let you test new products.
Besides, there are over thirty dine-in and go-to places in the mall’s pavilion. Other entertainment options include YU kids Island, a toddle play area, comedy club Improv, and more. So, get your trolley and shop to your favorite brand.
Block thirty-seven is a five-story shopping and entertainment mall situated in the Loop Theater District of Chicago. There’s a store of AKIRA Chicago, Sephora, Zara, Anthropologie, L ‘Occitane, Disney Store, etc.
Also, there’s an impressive AMC dine-in theater, restaurants, climbing and fitness center, and lots of eateries. Some of the eating options include Magnolia Bakery, Grilled Cheese joint, a Kefir shop, Latinicity, etc.
There’s upscale Latin Food Court to treat your loved ones with lavishing food for a perfect brunch.
Andersonville is one of the busiest urban corridor offering a unique shopping experience and amazing dining experience. Fond of antique pieces- Andersonville has it all! There are candy shops, a bookstore, vintage stores apart from clothing brands.
Besides, there are furniture and music stores, kitchenware, shoe stores, pet supplies, and much more. Some other impressive standouts are Woolly Mammoth Antiques, refurbished antique cabinets and tables, Dearborn Denims, easy-to-care plants, and more.
Water Tower Place:
Water tower place has over 104 stores, a theater, and lots of dining options. It’s an eight-level, huge shopping center featuring brands like Macy’s, Forever 21, Sephora, Lego Store, etc.
Want to experience more! You will experience completely new, impressive shopping in real life (IRL). This will give you complete access to shop, touch, and experience new products that are available online.
What’s more? There’s a co-working space where you can dine-in and set up your work.
So, whether you prefer quaint town squares or looking for some retail therapy, the above-mentioned shopping malls are the best.