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Hollywood Mirror
812 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, IL
has lots of cheap vintage clothes and furniture

Ragstock
812 W. Belmont, 2nd Floor
has cheap vintage and new clothes but you have to look through alot of clothing to find something

and
Una Mae's Freak Boutique
1422 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago IL 60622
its small but usually has a better selection


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thank you caryanne karma

I will definetly have to check those places out

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Is that anything for men at these thrift boutiques?

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yes I know hollywoor mirror and ragstock do and I can't remember about una mae's but they might!

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yes I know hollywoor mirror and ragstock do and I can't remember about una mae's but they might!
OOOOOOOOOO THX A LOT! Im sooo going!!

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Most people usually go to Michigan Ave to shop, but other places have some cute stuff like along W Armitage Ave. There's a cute store called Art Effect that sells clothes and stationary. It kind of reminds me of Anthropologie. There's also another store there (forgot the name) where you can make your own handbag.

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Most people usually go to Michigan Ave to shop, but other places have some cute stuff like along W Armitage Ave. There's a cute store called Art Effect that sells clothes and stationary. It kind of reminds me of Anthropologie. There's also another store there (forgot the name) where you can make your own handbag.
Wow thats cool....what is Anthropologie?

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http://www.anthropologie.com
vintage inspired womens clothing and home decor its owned by the same company as urban outfitters

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ok thx

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J.Mendel that is pretty impressive. You think Chicago would have more designers like emporio armani,D&G,DolceGabbana,Dior,Fendi,Just Cavalli...They still have a nice selection of stores just seems like they would have more designers than they do.

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J.Mendel that is pretty impressive. You think Chicago would have more designers like emporio armani,D&G,DolceGabbana,Dior,Fendi,Just Cavalli...They still have a nice selection of stores just seems like they would have more designers than they do.
meh i dont know....i know there is an armani store, but no emporio...i would like to see a fendi, dior, DG, and Cavalli....state street is a great place for new boutiques....they just need to rid the street of those other weird stores...and make it look better

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Jake [on rush], sugar magnolia [on oak], and samantha chicago [on walton]

all very cute boutiques in walking distance of each other

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Jake [on rush], sugar magnolia [on oak], and samantha chicago [on walton]

all very cute boutiques in walking distance of each other
ive been to jake, but what is sugar and samantha? really odd i never heard of them, do explain

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So many stores in Chicago! I feel so lonely shopping all alone. I need a buddy! SOMEONE PRIVATE MESSAGE ME!!!! :-P

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is it fairly easy to walk from blake to ikram?

the address i have for blake is 2448 N Lincoln Ave, is this wrong?


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