Women's clothing, fashion and accessories. Home goods, too.
When you step inside, the hot pink walls, black accents and quirky accent pieces should tell you everything you need to know about the clothes you’ll find here. Athena’s Fashion Boutique strives to “make every woman feel like a fashionista,” regardless of her size or style. That’s why they carry a range of clothes, with sizes from small to 3XL, and they’re always on the lookout for something new and fun. To go with their selection of clothing is a wide variety of local handmade jewelry, as well as handbags, hats, gloves and more.
Shoppers who are used to cookie cutter stores and boutiques will find their visit to Broad Ripple Vintage mesmerizing to the point of distraction, quite possibly forgetting the purpose for visiting in the first place: to shop, not to gawk in wonderment as though at a museum. Due to its magical atmosphere and range of vintage items, Broad Ripple Vintage as a stop during Christmas shopping is a wise decision and a trip well spent. And when you find it hard to pick just one thing, have no worries because prices are not very steep.
With more than 100 shopping, dining, and entertainment options, including Bath & Body Works, P.F. Chang's, and the United Artists Theatre, Circle Centre Mall has been the place to shop since it opened in 1995.
There is a price to pay for being one of the most beautiful boutiques in the city, and Broad Ripple’s French Pharmacie charges quite the fee. This is the high end of the high-end, but it’s worth every centime. Where else are you going to find a Le Corbusier chair on a zebra skin rug? They’ve got French antiques, vintage reproductions, and cutting edge Danish design cohabitating next to fashion by designers such as Thomas Wyle and Philipp Lim.
While they’ve moved down the block a bit, the charm and vintage chic remain. Everything here is fit for a princess, even grown-up ones with stylish taste and a girly streak. Lace, flowers, frills and prints that are sheerly feminine abound here, as does an air of grace and elegance. If you’re shopping for a girl’s girl, this is the place to start. It might even make a convert out of a few non-twirling skirt females as well. Check www.girlychicboutique.blogspot.com for sales and specials.
Haye’s and Taylor combines sports, chic and comfort with an old-school flair. This company takes pride in its shirts and hoodies — and in the Indiana vibe that runs through every stitch. The shirts are made with soft, vintage-style materials for optimum look and comfort. All the designs are inspired by the sports and culture of our Hoosier homeland. If football isn’t your thing, check out the craft beer drinker shirt or the truly epic Monument Circle design.
A vibrant retail space specializing in vintage women's fashion. Each piece here is carefully selected for style, condition and funkyness. While not over the top, a lot of items here take a commitment to an overall fashion theme - most likely one rooted in the 1950s or 60s. In addition to great dresses, coats and skirts, hats are well-represented here, as are fabulous handbags from several eras. And while the emphasis is on retro, there are new items (including jewelry and accessories) in the store made by local designers and artists.
While some men eschew fashion, others firmly embrace the concept. For the local guy with a desire to become the quintessential sharp- dressed man, J. Benzal on Mass Ave offers high-end suits, ties, outerwear and accessories with an emphasis on fine Italian menswear that is so often missing from other men’s retailers. Exquisite selection, knowledgeable staff and excellent location make this an increasingly popular stop for the most fashionable men in town.
James Dant hosts brands from all over the world in order to form one cohesive image of the contemporary, urban, street, indie wearer. The showroom is as rugged and rustic as possible with reclaimed wood, open ceiling concept, and an overall masculine vibe that gives the store a workshop feel. The sights, sounds, and smells are all pieces to the puzzle of Indy's first casual store for men.
Lucky B is a relatively new addition to the Broad Ripple fashion community, having opened its doors in the fall of 2011, but it’s definitely making its mark as a purveyor of clothes, accessories and lingerie, with new items coming in weekly. You can book a private shopping party, complete with styling advice, for you and your friends, and there are discounts for groups of 8 or more.
This classic Broad Ripple boutique provides all the fun and funky fashion and accessories you might ever
need. Marigold manages to always have a broad selection of the newest styles at reasonable prices without sacrificing quality or a sense of what looks best on women — no matter what age. It’s the kind of shop you discover and then return to again and again for the perfect outfit, the missing accent for yourself or to pick up a gift the gal in your life is sure to love.
With what must be the best selection of fibers in town (including cashmere, silk and angora; as well as natural, organic and hemp), Mass Ave Knit Shop gives even the most timid knitter numerous options. In addition to the great merchandise, a variety of classes in knitting, crocheting and even lace-making are also held regularly. Stop in to browse or scout out your hangout. We guarantee you’ll be back, needles in hand.
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