Baby clothes can often be more fun to shop for than other things like toys and nursery décor. While everyone might register for the same old pack of white onesies when expecting, true baby apparel shopping starts once the baby arrives. Since the infant stage seems to pass by so quickly, it can be fun to take advantage of some of the cute and trendy outfits made in infant sizes. Whether you’re looking for one-of-a-kind clothing for yourself or for a gift, a number of Chicago children’s boutiques offer some standout items. While the list for “Best Baby Clothing Stores In Chicago” offered some great options, this new list shows who maintained their spot and who earned a new one.

Kooky
520 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 527-0052
www.kookyshop.com

Located in the Michigan Avenue shopping district, Kooky carries boutique brands and locally made brands for girls and boys. While it sells youth sizes, there is also an extensive baby selection in clothes and accessories. Expectant mothers can find plush items and diaper bags before the birth, and onesies and rompers afterwards. Trunk shows are featured throughout the year to help keep the inventory new and unique, and also highlight local talent.

Little Threads
2033 W. Roscoe St.
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 327-9310
www.shoplittlethreads.com

Located in the Roscoe Village neighborhood, Little Threads offers a chic boutique experience for shoppers without taking away the comfort factor. Comfortable chairs and playtime space make it a fun experience for both parent and child. Sizes run from preemie all the way to youth sizes. Top name brands are featured in clothing and accessories, with everything to complete the outfit from headbands to bows. Make sure to sign up for its free rewards program and earn $5 for every $100 spent at Little Threads.

Twinkle Twinkle Little One
2007 W. Belmont Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 472-3000
www.twinkletwinklelittleone.com

Located in the Roscoe Village neighborhood, this high-end children’s boutique is filled with one-of-a-kind items. While many visit for its high-end nursery items and custom furniture, it’s important to note that Twinkle Twinkle Little One puts the same kind of attention in its baby clothing. Truly unique baby items from simple onesies to bonnets and winter hats make this boutique a must-see stop for all of your baby needs. Whether shopping for yourself or for a specialty baby gift, Twinkle Twinkle Little One won’t disappoint if you’re looking for an eye-catching piece of apparel.

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Lollie
1312 Chicago Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
(847) 328-7303
www.lollieshop.com

Located just outside of Chicago in the Evanston community, Lollie has baby clothing for boys and girls from newborn all the way to size 14. Beloved brands and distinct styles can be found in its apparel, accessories and toys. There is a wide selection of specialty items, whether you’re looking for organic baby products or unique toys. The whole store is family-friendly, and visitors are encouraged to utilize the play area and all of its books.

Green Genes
5111 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 944-9250
www.green-genes.com

Located in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood, Green Genes is more than just a trendy boutique. While there are toys, apparel and accessories like many other children’s boutiques, the main distinction at Green Genes is its dedication to creating eco-friendly items in an eco-friendly location. All packaging and gift wrapping is made from eco-friendly materials, and products sold are organic and natural. Chemical-free and pesticide-free baby items can be found in the apparel and accessories found at Green Genes. Visitors are encouraged to embrace this concept after leaving the store, and help make the world a sustainable place to live for years to come.

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Sara Lugardo is a professional writer out of Chicago, Illinois. She has a Bachelor’s in Communication and is currently working on her Master’s. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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