Hot List 6.29.15

The Hot List is a weekly roundup of our latest impulse buys.

Wherever you plan to watch fireworks this weekend, the coolest thing to wear is Vardagen’s new, limited-edition “Crazy Cub” tee. (Also available as a tank.) $26. Vardagen, 8684 E. 116th St., Fishers, vardagen.com

Marshall Pottery pieces at Midland Arts & Antiques

Marshall Pottery pieces at Midland Arts & Antiques

Marshall Studios pottery is a collectible Indiana treasure—the Museum of Modern Art in New York has pieces in its collection. Right now, one booth at Midland Arts & Antiques is stocked with wine goblets, chunky lamp bases, and tableware. Goblets around $12 to $15 each. Midland Arts & Antiques (booth on second floor, southeast end), 907 E. Michigan St., 317-267-9005, midlandathome.com

Oliver Winery's 2013 Pinot Noir

Oliver Winery’s 2013 Pinot Noir

What to pour into your new Marshall Studios wine glasses: Oliver Winery’s recently released 2013 Pinot Noir, which won’t last long. $45. Available online and at Oliver Winery, 8024 IN-37, Bloomington, 812-876-5800

"Village" scarf at Ivivva

“Village” scarf at Ivivva

The “Village” scarf snaps into a bunch of configurations, making it our favorite find at Carmel’s new teen-yogawear boutique, Ivivva, a Lululemon spinoff. $34. Ivivva, 404 W. Main St., Carmel, 317-569-0824, info.ivivva.com

Gucci "Maxime" sandal at Saks Fifth Avenue

Gucci “Maxime” sandal at Saks Fifth Avenue

Gucci slides into the ’90s revival with its “Maxime” sandal, embellished with an oversized crystal horsebit. $895. Saks Fifth Avenue, The Fashion Mall, 317-816-0170, saksfifthavenue.com



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