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GLAM OFF: Round 2: Which Tree is Doing it Better?

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Just like Santa, the Christmas tree is an iconic part of the holiday shopping experience. The bigger, the brighter, the better. In this March Madness-style series, we're pitting the city's best Christmas trees in major shopping districts against each other and asking readers to vote which tree is the most glamorous.

[James Atkins Photography; click to enlarge]

Yesterday we witnessed a heated match between three of the city's largest outdoor trees, today, we go indoors to warm up a little. We're pitting [left to right] the fragrant tree mere steps away from the gift shop at the Chicago Cultural Center, the small yet wintery tree at Water Tower Place and the three-storey artificial tree at The 900 Shops. Now, it's time to vote for the best.

Poll results

· GLAM OFF: Round 1: Which Tree is Doing it Better? [Racked]

900 North Michigan Shops

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