Let’s Shop Wicker Park
Pump -1659 W. Division Street. No matter what the occasion, this store offers sexy, fun options for your footwear. Pump carries a variety of designers such as Dolce Vita and Jeffrey Campbell and fun, affordable jewelry and bags to finish off your look.
Noir –1726 W. Division Street. Helpful staff at this boutique will outfit you with perfect party dresses for a night out. Reasonable price points for trendy pieces make this spot worth checking out.
Anastasia Chatzka -CLOSED 1740 W. Division Street. This Chicago designer’s storefront offers feminine, fun, colorful, and edgy pieces. New collections come out each Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer.
Le Dress –1741 W. Division Street. If you’re in the market for a perfect dress, look no further. This boutique carries a variety of gowns (at a variety of price points) from well-known designers such as Tracy Reese and ABS, to localChicagoand other indie designers.
Trillium –1744 W. Division Street. New styles come in weekly at this outpost for classic pieces with a twist. Get your fix on fresh options from American and international designers, some carried exclusively at the store.
Frill accessories –1747 W. Division Street. A sister store to Pump, with a location also inLa Grange, this store showcases the jewelry, handbags and accessories that are so popular with Pump customers.
Bonnie & Clyde’s –1751 W. Division Street. This unisex boutique offers creative looks from up and coming designers and established brands such as Rick Owens and Vivienne Westwood. They pride themselves on being aChicagooutpost for those interested in expressing their unique style.
D/vision –1756 W. Division Street. Get your peepers checked and find stylish, exclusive frames at this one-stop-shop for all things eyes. Another sight to see at this boutique is the work fromChicagoartists that lines the walls and changes monthly.
Elevenzees –1901 W. Division Street. A cozy and charming shopping experience with an inventory of gifts for the home, baby, and body. A perfect spot to pick up a hostess or shower gift, or a special piece for your own home! They also offer a registry service.
Penelope’s –1913 W. Division Street. Opened in 2002, this boutique is laid out with menswear on one side, women’s garb on the other. You’ll find fun colors and contemporary takes on classics, including lust-worthy pieces from French lines APC, Sessun and Petit Bateau.
Renegade Handmade –1924 W. Division Street. This store features handmade work by over 400 indie craft designers. Find a funny card, comfy t-shirt, or cool pair of earrings and support small designers in the process.
Beadniks –1937 W. Division Street. You could spend hours here looking at all the various beads and creating your own looks with them! Let your imagination run wild while browsing the hand-picked selection of beads from all over the world.
Mulberry and Me –2019 W. Division Street. This store features the best of both worlds, luxe basics for both work and play. Parker blouses, Seven jeans and cords, and White and Warren cashmere sweaters are some of the eye-candy available. Jewels and baubles from local designer Tzen are also sold here.
Paper Doll – 2027 W. Division Street. This playful store features unique gift ideas, indie-designed greeting cards, and miscellaneous treasures. They also offer a collection of custom invitations for weddings, babies and more. The store dog, a pug named Maude adds to the quirky fun of this boutique.
Zaraz Collection –2036 W. Division Street. Accessories for all four seasons can be scored here. Embellishments worth noticing such as statement necklaces, chandelier earrings and sparkly cuffs line the walls.
Dahlstedt –2028 W. Division Street. Designer Carl Dahlstedt is the Chicago-based designer behind this unisex showroom. French and Italian fabrics are used in his custom pieces that include button-downs for men, and flirty party skirts and dresses for women. Bonus: all the skirts and dresses are lined in cashmere!