This high-end women's boutique in North Center is named after owner Laurie Demma-Davis's late poodle, LuLu, and the building's original tenant from the 1940s, the Belle Kay dress shop. Speaking of dresses, find a variety of frocks on the alternative-bridal-gown rack. The shopkeepers have a story for almost everything, such as how advances in astronomy in the 1930s (hello, Pluto!) likely inspired that era's meteor fur clip.
LuLu's at the Belle Kay [closed]
|Venue name:||LuLu's at the Belle Kay [closed]||Contact:|
3862 N Lincoln Ave
|Cross street:||at Byron St|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown to Irving Park. Bus: 11, 50, 80.|