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Best Places For Fall Jackets In Chicago

September 18, 2012 6:00 AM

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By Angela Hazen

One of the great things about cooler weather is that you can don your favorite chic jacket. With the coming chilly weather, it’s time to reach into your closet and search for the right jacket for the transition. But if you need a new one or something that’s more on trend than the one you wore last year, you can rest assured that there are stylish options for shoppers this season. Fall is on the way, so get ready to unleash your inner fashionista with these classy stores. 

 Best Places For Fall Jackets In Chicago

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Krista K Boutique
3458 N Southport Ave
Chicago, IL 60657
(773) 248-1967
www.kristak.com

When the weather begins to look gloomy, it’s time to start shopping for that perfect fall jacket. If you are looking for a fall jacket and can’t decide what style you want, definitely stop at Krista K on Southport. Have a look at Krista’s extensive collection and find yourself a cute topper that you can reach for in the fall transitional season. And once you’ve found that jacket, there are plenty of great styles at this boutique to add to your wardrobe.

 Best Places For Fall Jackets In Chicago

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Sir and Madame
938 N Damen Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 489-6660
www.sirandmadame.com

Chilly weather is coming, but for that time in between summer and fall, you may just want an alternative to your typical outerwear choices. A nice choice would be a fashionable cape to wear for running errands or shopping. When on the hunt for a great cape, look no further than Sir and Madame. This store sells some of the most dynamic capes available and the styles are fantastic. At Sir and Madame, you can get boutique looks for great prices.

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Penelope’s
1913 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 395-2351
www.shoppenelopes.com

If you are a busy shopper that needs look fashionable and be able to move around, looking stylish all the while, try finding a jacket at Penelope’s. Penelope’s has some of the most stylish options available in jackets, peacoats and blazers. The fashions here are so chic, you won’t be able to wait to show off your new purchases. Penelope’s provides stylish classics that can be used again and again for years to come.

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Perchance
11 E Walton St
Chicago, IL 60611
(773) 244-1300
www.perchanceboutique.com

Savvy Chicago women love choices and the search for a fall perfect jacket will likely include a stop at Perchance. This store carries high-end, designer-brand fall jackets with discounted prices. Biker jackets, trenchcoats and anoraks are easy to find here and shoppers will love the options to choose from. After shopping at Perchance, you will want fall to start as soon as possible so you can wear your latest purchase.

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Moi Boutique
2050 N Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 857-0727
www.shopmoiboutique.com

Moi Boutique is known for having fabulous collections and the jackets are not to be missed. Short jackets here are beautifully done with a classic touch. You will love looking great while running errands in the cool, rainy weather with a great jacket from Moi Boutique. Start off the new season in style and you will likely stop back again for a great new look for the winter season, too.

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Angela Hazen lives in Oak Park, IL. She has worked as a model in Chicago and studied broadcast journalism at Columbia College Chicago. She has traveled to Europe on several occasions, and keeps her readers up to date with local and international style, shopping, fashion and beauty trends. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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