February Style File: Tech Accessories, Fira Boutique, MudLOVE, and more
Wanted: Handsome Mug from MudLOVE
It’s hard to say if Warsaw’s Ben Higgins truly found love on The Bachelor, but he certainly drummed up a lot of affection for an Indiana ceramics shop during the process. Based in Higgins’s hometown, MudLOVE helps provide clean water to villages in Africa. In addition to bracelets like the one Higgins wore throughout the show, the line includes colorful wheel-thrown stoneware. Will you accept this cup of hot cocoa? $18–$22. Lily & Sparrow Boutique, 8890 E.116th St., Fishers, 317-578-2445
NOW OPEN Snag affordable country-chic finds at Fira Boutique (918 Broad Ripple Ave., 317-377-4773). Also new is Eclective (2915 S. Meridian St., 317-572-7467), a collective of vendors offering handcrafted, repurposed, and upcycled goods.
BEAUTY BUZZ Custom-blended, cruelty-free cosmetic brand Giella is now available at Kurr Aesthetics and Med Spa (222 W. Main St., Carmel, 317-706-1222).
TRENDING Kendra Scott’s (The Fashion Mall, 317-708-0587) 26-piece home line featuring frames, boxes, and trays designed with the brand’s signature colorful gems.
SALE Houseworks (5252 E. 82nd St., 317-578-7000), a longtime independent retailer of contemporary housewares, kicked of its moving sale Saturday, offering the largest storewide discounts it ever has. Shop for floor-model furniture, kitchenwares, table settings, lighting, and one-of-a-kind accents. The new location should be announced soon.
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