Top 10 Chicago Baby Boutiques | Chicagoland Newborn Photographer

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As a mom myself, I know how shopping for your baby can seem a little overwhelming. You want to get the most beautiful pieces for them that you know is timeless, classic, and comfortable. With all my experience as a Chicagoland newborn photographer, I know more than I ever thought I would about baby clothes and styles. I put together a list of the top 10 Chicago baby boutiques, including boutiques from Chicago’s surrounding suburbs. Let me help take some of the stress out of shopping for your little one. 

My Sister Kate Hinsdale, IL 

This is one of my personal favorites. I love that they have a small selection of classic and timeless baby gifts and outfits. They have new collections arriving daily, with a lot of different goodies in the store for kids of all ages. 

Twinkle Twinkle Little One Highland Park, IL 

This extensive boutique has almost every item you’d ever need for your baby, from teething toys to the perfect rocking chair for their nursery. I love that they do custom furniture, not just gifts– especially because custom is what my own business is all about. 

Little Barn Baby Naperville, IL  

With a location in Naperville and Geneva, Little Baby Barn is incredible. I love to support local, women owned small businesses. They curate different collections to go along with seasons and holidays. Itzy Ritzy, a brand known for the modern mom, has regularly partnered with Little Baby Barn to feature its items in store. 

Tinker Children’s Boutique Naperville, IL 

Another woman owned and operated boutique! Dani, the owner, had the idea of a boutique that would give parents and grandparents nostalgia when shopping for the little one in their lives. Dani garners unique pieces in her collections with a vintage flare. 

Bows & Babes Naperville, IL 

Known for their clothing and accessories, Bows and Babes has so many choices for your little one. They also offer custom-made clothing and products, which are perfect as a gift or for your own baby. 

Bumble Baby Online 

Although their brick and mortar store has since closed, Bumble Baby has a wonderful online store of e-guides and a link to their Amazon storefront. It also serves as an incredible online resource for pregnant women, new moms and moms-to-be. 

Sandbox Baby Boutique Andersonville, Chicago 

Owner Stephanie opened Sandbox Baby Boutique in March 2021 to fill a gap for local parents to feel comfortable shopping. All the incredible brands in her store are women or person-of-color owned brands with an emphasis on sustainability. Sandbox Baby Boutique also hosts local events. 

Cloud and Bunny Ravenswood, Chicago

Cloud and Bunny was founded by a mother who wanted to spend more time with her daughter while pursuing her dream of fashion. This boutique is known for their amazing service and unbeatable prices for beautiful, luxury products for your baby.  

Bebé Elegante Lakeview, Chicago 

Woman owned and operated, this boutique has been a Chicago staple since 1992. They have timeless, high-end baby clothes; however, their specialty is dresses for occasions like baptisms and communions. 

BabyDolls Boutique Southport, Chicago

Founded in 2007, this boutique makes their own designs and caters to more fashion-forward mamas and babies. They have a gorgeous selection of baby and kids’ clothing, along with accessories. A percentage of proceeds from their own designs goes to neonatal intensive care units hospitals across the U.S.

I hope this list puts you at ease, and at least gives you a jumping off point of where to start when shopping for your baby. There are so many amazing Chicago baby boutiques for your and your little one(s) to explore together.

And of course, should you need a lifestyle photographer in Chicago or its surrounding suburbs, you know I would absolutely love to be there for you – every step along the way. Simply send me a message; I’m here for you.

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