Spring fashion | A shopping chain game

Seven store owners model spring looks at their favorite boutiques.
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Ashley Zisook owns Sofia (72 E Oak St, 312-640-0878). and loves to shop at Luxury Garage Sale (1656 N Bosworth Ave, 773-360-7293).On Zisook: Suno printed silk jacket, $695 or best offer (normally retails for $865); Gryphon sequin dress, $250 (normally retails for $530).About the store The owners of Luxury Garage Sale go to customers� homes, pick up vintage consignment pieces and sell them on eBay. But shoppers can also drop by the storefront to browse a larger selection of women�s clothing and accessories. There, it�s not all vintage; a third of the inventory includes deeply discounted overstock from upscale boutiques around the country.
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Lindsay Segal and Brielle Buchberg own Luxury Garage Sale and love to shop at Sarca (710 N Wabash Ave, 312-255-0900).On Segal (left): Cut25 dress, $368; Rebecca Minkoff jacket, $348; Rebekah Price earrings, $395.On Buchberg: Stylestalker dress, $170; Damen + Division earrings, $125; Nasir for Sarca bangles, $150 and $200; Viktor & Rolf belt, $185; Tania Spinelli shoes, $560.About the store An upscale women�s clothing shop, Sarca is packed with exclusive lines from all over the world: Markus Lupfer (Germany), Zimmermann (Australia), Pura L�pez (Spain) and Alberto Fasciani (Italy) are just a few. Try on everything from resort wear to cocktail dresses in the lavish fitting rooms, which won Best Dressing Room in the 2011 TOC Shopping Awards.
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Lindsay Segal and Brielle Buchberg own Luxury Garage Sale and love to shop at Sarca (710 N Wabash Ave, 312-255-0900).On Buchberg: Stylestalker dress, $170; Damen + Division earrings, $125; Nasir for Sarca bangles, $150 and $200; Viktor & Rolf belt, $185; Tania Spinelli shoes, $560.About Sarca An upscale women�s clothing shop, Sarca is packed with exclusive lines from all over the world: Markus Lupfer (Germany), Zimmermann (Australia), Pura L�pez (Spain) and Alberto Fasciani (Italy) are just a few. Try on everything from resort wear to cocktail dresses in the lavish fitting rooms, which won Best Dressing Room in the 2011 TOC Shopping Awards.
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Alexis Cozzini owns Sarca and loves to shop at the Edit (1917 N Damen Ave, 773-252-3350).On Cozzini: Ladakh pants, $79; Sass & Bide shirt, $220; Mr. Kate bangles, $94 each; Ashaloo bracelet, $92; Fiel Sol necklace, $100; shoes, model�s own.About the store Look for a carefully curated collection of women�s clothing, including denim from DL1961, flirty dresses by Naven and more. The shop also offers personal shopping, one-on-one styling and private parties.
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Morgan Gutterman owns the Edit and loves to shop at Haberdash (607 and 611 N State St, 312-624-8551).On Gutterman: Michael Bastian collection of Randolph Engineering sunglasses, $225; Haberdash tie, $118; BD Baggies shirt, $110; leather wristbands, $36 for singles and $42 for doubles; jeans and shoes, model�s own.About the store This one-stop men�s shop may have closed its original Old Town outpost, but not without opening two locations in River North. Scoop up clothing at Haberdash and accessories at the neighboring Haberdash EDC, which also offers straight-razor shaves for $15.
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Adam Beltzman and Jerry Kamhi own Haberdash and love to shop at Paul Stuart (107 E Oak St, 312-640-2650).On Beltzman (left): Orange pants, $287; lime plaid shirt, $247; cashmere sweater, $198; navy jacket, $797; shoes, model�s own.On Kamhi: Orange plaid shirt, $177; aubergine scarf, $287; green cashmere sweater, $198; navy vest, $397; jeans, hat and shoes, model�s own.About the store Old-school prep and classic all-American looks rule at this men�s store, which opened its first location in New York in the 1930s. Look for tailored shirts, sporting attire, sweaters, suits and more, all under the Paul Stuart label�and all attached to a hefty price tag.
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Adam Beltzman and Jerry Kamhi own Haberdash and love to shop at Paul Stuart (107 E Oak St, 312-640-2650).On Beltzman (left): Orange pants, $287; lime plaid shirt, $247; cashmere sweater, $198; navy jacket, $797; shoes, model�s own.On Kamhi: Orange plaid shirt, $177; aubergine scarf, $287; green cashmere sweater, $198; navy vest, $397; jeans, hat and shoes, model�s own.About the store Old-school prep and classic all-American looks rule at this men�s store, which opened its first location in New York in the 1930s. Look for tailored shirts, sporting attire, sweaters, suits and more, all under the Paul Stuart label�and all attached to a hefty price tag.
By Kevin Aeh and Jessica Herman |
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