Alternatives Shoes

Alternatives Shoes

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900 N. Michigan Ave., 900 Shops Mall, 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60611, United States

Located in a very popular shopping area along North Michigan Avenue, Alternatives not only stays ahead of current trends, but has been know to inspire them. The Florentine owner and founder prides himself on carrying Italian-designed men’s and women’s shoes that challenge traditional styles. Whether outfitting an aspiring indie musician seeking that perfect pair of distressed leather zip boots to wear with designer jeans, or an executive in search of sleek formal wear, the selections at Alternatives is versatile. It's the kind of place one can find anything from an especially edgy men’s green tie-dyed, pony-hair dress shoes to women’s sexy snakeskin pumps.

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