Fashion-Forward Winnetka Boutiques to Shop This Summer

One thing that hasn’t changed during the pandemic is Winnetka’s reputation for high-end fashion and shopping. When you’re ready to hit the stores, check out these chic hotspots.

566 Chestnut St., Winnetka

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Sarah Scott’s airy Elm Street Business District outpost has become a longtime Winnetka mainstay for its curated selection of on-trend women’s clothing, jewelry, accessories and gifts for the home. 

Neapolitan Collection
560 Chestnut St., Winnetka

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Around the corner from Valentina is this internationally recognized luxury boutique from owner Kelly Golden. It frequently hosts off-the-runway designer trunk shows from Lela Rose, Marion Parke, Almasika Fine Jewelry and Kiton

Bunny & Babe
555 Chestnut St., Winnetka

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Inspired by America’s first “It” girls, Bunny Mellon and Babe Paley, fashionista Peyton Merrill launched the delightfully eclectic boutique Bunny & Babe in early 2020, featuring trend-forward essentials and curatorial picks from Hunter Bell, K. Jacques, SLVRLAKE and more.

837 Elm St., Winnetka

Find Vogue-approved fashion houses like Isabel Marant Etoile, Ulla Johnson, SIR, and GANNI at this newer sartorialist addition to the Elm Street strip from owner Ashley Quicksilver. 

Alchemy and Cloth
897 Green Bay Road, Winnetka

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Known for curating avant-garde European couture with bold prints and daring cuts, fashion stylist Carla Levi recently relocated her beloved Highland Park boutique to Winnetka’s Hubbard Wood Design District, where you’ll find unique hand-picked statement pieces. 

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