When we hear “Indy” our minds go immediately downtown where, it seems, there’s always a party. But Indy encompasses many surrounding areas and little pockets of shopping heaven that many don’t even know exist. I want to introduce you to a few hidden (in plain sight) local shopping gems who make a couple of extra miles look good.



Tiffany's Boutique 

10834 E. US Highway 36, Avon

Tiffany’s customers are always greeted with a smile!  Colorful yet timeless pieces are yours for the choosing and you won’t burn your life savings to look amazing.

Younique Culture

2481 E. Main Street, Suite 170, Plainfield

Walking into this boutique is like walking into a fairytale.  Apparel for women, men, and kids from large and local brands, jewelry, and home decor for every room, come together under one luxurious roof in perfect harmony.

Harlow Rouge Couture 

44 N. 7th Avenue, Beech Grove

Harlow Rouge Couture is all about giving you an exquisite shopping experience. Catering to women’s sizes Small to 3X, you will look and feel beautiful after the pampering you receive from these ladies.  

Three Sisters and a Trunk

1434 Main Street, Speedway 

Tucked away on Main Street in Speedway this little beauty has women’s apparel, jewelry, home goods, works of art, a sitting area to talk to the owner (which I’ve taken advantage of several times), and race memorabilia that you won’t find anywhere else.    

28 Boutique

4605 N. Evanston Avenue, Indianapolis

Know what you like but aren’t sure what you need? 28 Boutique prides themselves in finding what you like (and what you don’t) then taking you out of your comfort zone. They will make a loyal customer out of you after your first visit. 

Pretty Little Greek

Mobile Boutique

This mobile boutique can’t be tied down to one spot.  With on-trend options for everyone (they have a line called Curvy Little Greek - love that!) they fit every budget, as well as give back 10 -15 percent of all sales to charity. 

Do you have a favorite local Indy shopping spot? Tell us in the comments below! 


Guest post authored by Aesthetic Design Style House owner Julia Rutland.