Antique and vintage store hours in Chicago

Chicago’s top five most-visited antique stores for men include Kohls, Sears, Michaels, Michael Kors, and Louis Vuitton.

But, for the ladies, there’s more to explore, too.

Here are the top five places for men in Chicago for a week-long visit.

Antique store hours and special events in Chicago: The Kohls in Lakeview on Lake Shore Drive is open seven days a week, but the store’s hours for men change depending on what the day’s special, and the store is not open on Sundays.

However, the Kohls is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., so you can catch a show, a performance, or a movie, all without a wait.

If you are looking for a more laidback store, you can try the Louis Vuits store at the corner of North Sheridan and North Cicero.

Louis Vuites offers a variety of items from couture to designer shoes, as well as a wide selection of apparel and accessories, including men’s coats, sweaters, jackets, jeans, shirts, and more.

The Michaels store on Lincoln Avenue in the Englewood neighborhood is a regular stop for many men who visit for their daily errands, as it’s just a short walk away from the city’s many shopping malls and shopping centers.

If you are in the Chicago area, stop by the Kohl’s store on North Central Avenue.

The store is open 24 hours, and it’s home to the most popular men’s shoe store in the country.

Its hours vary daily, but from 10 a..m.-4 p.M., they are from 7 a.g. to 7 p.s.m.; 9 a.s.-5 p.p.m.: from 10:30 a.p.-5:30 p.d.; 10:45 a.i. and from 10 p.,p.a. to 6:30-7 p.a.: from 8:30a.m.–4:30p.p.; 9:30,a.p.–4 p.,a.i.–3:30–2:30; and 10 a.,a.,a.–2 p.,r.i.,a,b.a.,c.i..

For more on the best stores to visit in Chicago, read this story by our Chicago Bureau of Transportation editor, Adam Eichler.