Woohoo!! Trip to Chicago!

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  1. Woohoo! Our parks department is taking a chartered bus to Chicago in a couple weeks for some shopping! (I'm in NW Indiana).

    Call me sheltered, but if I get to go this will be my first time in such stores as Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor's, and others!! (The only thing I've ever been in is a Coach outlet, LOL!)
  2. Awww shot ..........Dont take all your Credit cards .casue u will go ape wild lol : )

  3. I LOOOOOOVE Chicago! And I live in NY so its not like I haven't seen a city before. You will have the best time. Just dress really warmly!
  4. I've never been to Chicago, but I've always wanted to go. Have fun! :biggrin:
  5. I've been to Chicago many, many times, but usually just for the museums or concerts and stuff - not to shop! I've never even gone to Navy Pier!

    We're going to State St. and then Water Tower Place - woohoo! WTP has 7 levels!
  6. I love the Nordstroms on Michigan -- great shoe department and the nicest sales people. NM is also pretty amazing.
  7. While you're at Water Tower, sneak out and hit Barney's at State and Oak street, the Saks on Michigan, and Hermes on Oak and Michigan. Even if you can't afford anything, you'll have some great stuff to look at!
    I second Issmom's sentiment, that Nordstrom has great shoes and accessories departments, and the salespeople are very nice. Better than the suburban mall Nodrstroms.
  8. And don't forget to try the BEST popcorn in the world while you are there shopping on Michigan. I don't remember what it's called, but the shop is so small right across the Song mega store. You will see people lining up even when it's snowing. I miss it so much, really the best popcorn I've ever had!!:lol:
  9. The popcorn store is called Garrett. Also please visit me at my stores, McShane's Exchange, A Women's Designer Consignment Shop. Two stores in the Lincoln Park area, 2 miles north of Michigan Ave. Designer handbags, etc. (773) 525-0282., and www.McShanesExchange.com. See ya Denise McShane
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