AllSaints Spitalfields, the fabulous British vintage-inspired edgy brand that recently opened a store on Michigan Avenue, will also be popping up at some of Chicago’s best street and music festivals! The store at 700 N. Michigan Avenue is like a antiques museum, including cool clothes, music and videos. You can’t miss it with tall ceilings and old Singer sewing machines lining the entrance. It stays open late, so you must stop in! Be on the lookout for the AllSaints container at Built Fest (August 12-15), North Coast Fest (September 3-4), and Wells Street Fall Fest (September 10-11).
I was at Wicker Park Fest on Sunday, the latest place that the AllSaints container showed up, stocked with AllSaints Archive pieces at 50% off! (You can also shop AllSaints Archives online, in the US only.) Everyone at the fest was enjoying great music, food, drinks and shopping! I set out to find the most stylish at the fest. I saw a lot of dresses, fedoras, shorts, jumpsuits, denim, strappy flat sandals and boots (a smart move at a street fest to avoid getting stepped on!) Here are some of my favorites.
Get this look at AllSaints:
Hera Cross Body Bag $150
Marylebone Sleeveless Shirt, Was $165, Now $82.50
Devon Shorts, $60
Adria Waistcoat, $140
New Military Boot, $299
Second City Style will be covering more music fests and AllSaints pop up container events. Look out – you may be our next favorite street look!
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