Hot List: Our Favorite Instagram Finds for Fall

The Hot List is a weekly roundup of our very favorite Instagram finds.

Mid-arm cutouts are elbowing their way past the cold-shoulder trend this fall. Check out his slouchy LNA sweater‘s over-the-finger cuffs, too. $148 (dress version—sweater currently out of stock). Beauty + Grace, Carmel City Center, 751 Hanover Pl., Carmel, 317-564-0687

Open elbow cardigan! Amazing transitional piece to Fall! Also available in charcoal! Shop today till 4:00pm. #onlyatbeautyandgrace

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Hey, ladybug! Looking good in this “Hercules Beetle” statement ring by Indianapolis jewelry maker Studio AMF. $162. Homespun: Modern Handmade, 869 Massachusetts Ave., 317-351-0280


We can’t wait to trot out the Michael Kors “Brooklyn” saddlebag, trimmed with grommets big and small. $398. Michael Kors, The Fashion Mall, 317-249-2170

A new season calls for a new bag, and we’ve got our eyes on the Michael Kors Brooklyn Saddlebag! #baglover #shopfashionmall

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As long as we’re talking equestrian style, hoof it over to the gorgeous Instagram feed of Paul & Lydia, a Zionsville-based accessories line with horse and horse-bit motifs. “Orange Bits” weekender, $159, paulandlydia.com


Twigs & Twine sterling-silver handstamped Colts necklaces—because the losing streak ends now. (And because these are made in Brownsburg.) $68 each. Silver in the City, 434 Massachusetts Ave., 317-955-9925

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