Chicago Our Campus: Clothing
No matter your price range, clothing store options in Chicago abound, from national chains to resale shops to independently owned boutiques. This is just a sample of what's out there, but we recommend you spend some time wandering some of Chicago's well-known shopping districts on your own: State Street, Water Tower/Michigan Avenue area, Lincoln Park, and Wicker Park.
39 S. State St.
1563 N. Milwaukee Ave.
46 E. Walton St.
V-necks and leggings...and other clothes too. And they're all made in America.
2209–11 N. Halsted St.
Less expensive than the big Barney's, but just as stylish.
2120 N. Halsted St.
835 N. Chicago Ave.
(Water Tower Place)
Expensive women's formal wear, but make sure to check the sale racks.
Gap Factory Outlet
2778 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Clothing and accessories you would find at Gap stores throughout the city, only discounted.
20 N. State St.
Inexpensive clothes, from basic to trendy for men and women.
111 N. State St.
Macy's flagship Chicago location in the historic Marshall Field's space. Check out the gourmet food court for lunch or the famed Walnut Room for modern comfort food.
24 N. State St.
Major-label clothing, shoes, and accessories that you'd find at Nordstrom, only discounted.
The North Face
875 N. Michigan Ave., #1 SW
(John Hancock Center)
If you're looking for heavy-duty gear to survive the Chicago winter, and willing to spend, this is the place to go. It may not be the most stylish, but it pays off in sub-zero weather.
1466 N. Halsted St.
One-stop shop for your outdoor needs for winter and summer, including clothing, bike repair, sports gear, camping, and hiking.
3448 N. Clark St.
Vintage-inspired and custom T-shirts, unique and funky clothes and accessories, and Chuck Taylors in every color you can imagine.
20 S. State St.
2352 N. Clark St.
935 N. Rush St.
Hipster-paradise, relatively affordable clothes, shoes, accessories, books, and housewares.