If you are ever in downtown Chicago, especially the artsy Wicker Park area, stop in and check out this super cute boutique, Eskell. First, you will notice their bright and eye catching window displays. Their beautiful fabrics are dreamy and cause you to go in because you just gotta have something! Here, you will find unique and interesting clothing items, hand curated and created by their team of women who care much about individual style and finding your unique you.
Eskell was founded in 2005 by a couple of fun-loving women who would rather sew than to go out and enjoy the things that women in their single 20s would normally do. From their labors of love and hours and hours of sewing, came 2 collections each year from custom printed silk fabrics and simple cuts which brought them national and world-wide attention. Their pieces of art could be found in fine stores across the nation and in many countries.
Also, you will find an eclectic mix of jewelry that is made right in the store and can be hand engraved while you wait, artisan perfume, treasures that have been picked up from many travels, and fine goods. The clothing has a style that is all their own. Fun patterns and textures to delight your senses and they will ensure you leave with a one of a kind look, just for you. They are all about creating your individual and personal style. The store has a delight stamp of local handmade. We like that in a store.
Of course, it can't go without mention, that our products are being carried in this boutique. We are honored to have been chosen to be displayed among and along side their other lines and I think we are a perfect complimentary fit! So while you're being decked out in one of their Eskell branded outfits and jewelry, grab a candle and some perfume, maybe even an unique trinket or gift, and don't forget your Blossom's Barn products, now conveniently located in this beautiful shop.
You can stop and visit this lovely store at 1509 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, Illinois. You can also follow them on Instagram and Facebook. They post some amazing photos! And finally, their website: www.eskell.com
Shop local. Support handmade.