This Bucktown outlet of New York based Scoop has a huge collection of casual wear and accessories for men and women. Jackets, skirts, shirts, denims, belts, shoes and other apparel are up for grabs. The warehouse-like store has no dearth of designer labels-creations by Jimmy Choo, Vera Wang and more are available. And after a hard day's shopping, rest a while at Scoop Cafe for refreshments. Metered parking is available.
Alcala's is the place to get your hats and boots to complete your cowboy attire. Jeans, buckles, belts, perfumes and more, line the racks. And just for the record, they have more than 12,000 pairs of boots. The mainly Spanish speaking staff provides attentive service. In case you can't find what you're looking for, Alcala will specially ship it for you! So quit pondering and get your favorite piece of Stetson or Resistol.
The name says it all. Weld, a quaint establishment, gives you customized welded furniture. Brian Eldridge, the owner, melts metals and fuses them into beautiful creations. The store at West Division caters to your furnishing whim and fancy.
Porte Rouge makes luncheon and dinner parties an affair to remember with exquisite dinnerware and cutlery. Find silverware, fine china, martini glasses, carafes, sashimi knives, salt and peppermills, napkin rings, hand painted ceramics, and more objets du desir. Hand made soap, flavored teas, oil essences and tableware, gifts and furnishings are also on offer. As many as 20 designer labels are available and it's no surprise to find chefs scouting for kitchen pieces. Watch out for the prices though, your fancy could burn a hole in your pocket. You can also shop online to avoid the rush.
What Kennedy Ashinze has done with this piece of real estate is stunning. The store with amulets, candles, jackets, sneakers, rings, bags, Wazobia masks, tees, shrugs, CDs, books, and more is not your regular corner side shop. The owner/DJ also creates his music, which can be purchased. Look out for customized clutches and household products, such as wooden bowls and leather throw mats with pillows. The stuff is pricey but with such quality you simply cannot complain.
You'll feel like an urban cowgirl or a hip clubber when you try on creations at Penelope's. With funky styles to suit any shopper, get a load of hats, jackets, denims, skirts, tubes, biker-jackets, and more. The various styles are simply great for a hurried shopper, and the low prices suitable for shopaholics. The continuous stream of merchandise just gets better, with plenty of styles and color-combos. Truly, there's something for everyone.
Pump shoe boutique has a large collection of women's shoes and handbags. There are exclusive designs from Italy and Paris, personally chosen by owner Maureen Longua. There are also exclusive designs by Spanish designer Carlos Molina and hand crafted handbags by Cuca Reguiera from Argentina. The shoes are reasonably priced and won't burn a hole in your pocket. Walk out with an exclusive pair of your choice and see the world at your feet.
If you want to sport a closet like the ladies of 'Sex and the City', this is the right stop. The clothes here are as fashionable as they are unique. P45 promotes upcoming designers from every corner of the globe. Designers, such as Bing Bang, Jungle, Inhabit, Chip & Pepper and Stuart England have already left their mark at this store. There's a whole range of very unique shoes and jewelry as well. So stop by if you're looking for something out of the ordinary.
More of a mail order place than a retail store, Dusty-Groove America shop is the choice of music collectors since ages. Some of the best selections in the city can be found here, from dusties and blues to alternative, Caribbean, soul and out of print or imported titles. However, the store actually specializes in soul, jazz, Latin, funk, acid jazz and old school hip hip. Chris Connelly, who has played with Revolting Cocks and Ministry, works here part time and is really a great guy to chat with.
With three floors of "forgotten treasures" to choose from, any bargain shopper is sure to be delighted with Good Old Days- a very charming shop. There is a wide selection of furniture, including end tables, benches, loungers, chaise lounges, chairs and tables to choose from. You will also find cut glass, Victrola players and records, wooden ice boxes, old radios, vacuum tube television sets, hand-crank and British black office telephones, clocks, neon signs and lamps.