Here’s Where to Get Spruced Up for Lollapalooza
July 31, 2018 - shirtdresses
This Week’s Top Story
Goldplaited that began as a finishing salon in Lake View, recently non-stop a second outpost in River North (161 W. Illinois St.) Instead of charity washes and blowouts like many of a peers, a new salon focuses exclusively on dry hairstyles including braids or updos; makeup focus is also offered.
For Lollapalooza weekend, staffers are armed and prepared to give Grant Park-goers a small festival edge. One such style: braids tied adult with irritable scarves, or flashy with valuables pieces such as a single, gangling earring.
Top Sales This Week
Michael Kors (900 N. Michigan Ave., michaelkors.com) is charity adult to 70 percent off name items. Find a stormy leather satchel (reduced from $298 to $156.45), pinkish leather sneakers with floral applique (reduced from $135 to $55.69), and an festooned string shirtdress (reduced from $275 to $165).
At Coach (625 N. Michigan Ave., coach.com), sale pieces embody leather sneakers with cherry rags (reduced from $295 to $147.50), Chelsea boots with festooned level flowers (reduced from $395 to $197.50), and pebble-leather motorist shoes that come in splendid hues like Mandarin and Canary ($97.50 to $165).
Nordstrom’s (55 E. Grand Ave., shop.nordstrom.com) biggest sale of a year, a Anniversary Sale, is still using by Aug 5. The sale offers limited-time discounts on new sell for men, women, and children; beauty products and home products are also on sale. Prices arise again on Aug 6.
STATE Optical Co. (stateopticalco.com), a locally constructed line of oppulance eyewear, hosts a Lollapalooza-themed pop-up eventuality on Aug 3. Starting during 10:30 a.m. during Joe’s Bar on Weed (940 W. Weed St.), a “Pre-Lollapalooza Hangover Brunch” will underline a pop-up emporium offered sunglasses from a Chicago-based brand.
The internal beauty code Advanced Clinicals (advancedclinicals.com), that offers problem-solving skincare equipment for reduction than $30 a pop, has 3 new products out this summer. The Turmeric Oil ($18) calms redness in a skin; a Hemp Seed Oil Instant Hydration Cream ($15) fights dryness and dehydration in skin. Finally, a Aloe Vera Soothe + Recover Cream ($15) also fights dryness while improving a demeanour of blotches and redness.
Retail News of a Week
- Splash rounds adult a tip picks from a Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. Read more.
- A 13-year-old engineer from Bronzeville is anticipating to start a conform magazine. Read more.
- Ivanka Trump is shutting down her wardrobe line. Read more.
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