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A Stylish Friendship

AH Collection owners talk success, fashion and partnership Writer  /  Allison Yates Photographer  /  Jamie Sangar Since 2012, AH Collection has provided Noblesville with women’s clothing, accessories and cosmetics described as “stylish, fun, unique.” From great gift items like fashionable spirit gear and bracelets to trendy pieces like graphic tees and cutout shoulder tops, women find everything they need to look stylish and feel confident at the right price.    Owners Anne White and Holly Kirsh, longtime friends and business partners, once said they’d never open a retail store. The two had met more than two decades ago while teaching ...

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A Perfect Fit

Carmel’s Endeavor Boutique has the latest fashions for any woman Writer & Photographer  /  Allison Yates A bright, open space located at 846 S. Rangeline Road, Carmel’s Endeavor Boutique provides women the latest fashions at an affordable price. The inviting racks of clothes, a trunk of graphic tees and tables of knickknacks sit under charming chandeliers and encouraging messages such as, “smile, you’re beautiful.” The space has a variety of new trends, picked specially by the owner Melissa Butrum. Endeavor’s pieces – ranging from jeans, rompers and dresses to accessories and gifts – bring people from central Indiana and as ...

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Fashion On Main

Lesley Jane is downtown Zionsville’s fashion-forward boutique Writer & Photographer  /  Stephanie Duncan If you’re looking for fresh looks for the season, Lesley Jane, a small fashion boutique in Zionsville has unique, trendy items for shoppers who want looks different from the major department stores. Owner, Lesley Jane Hunt always had a passion for fashion from spending time with her grandmother, who instead of baking cookies used to own a dress shop and had a knack for sewing. This experience with fashion and fabric inspired Hunt to open her own store, and Lesley Jane was born. On the Lesley Jane ...

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The Gratitude Boutique Opens at the Lantern Crossing Center

Writer  /  Lynda Hedberg Thies Photographer  /  Jamie Sangar Proprietor Lisa Olson knew at a very young age that her destiny was to own and run her own boutique. Throughout most of her career Olson worked in a variety of retail organizations in a variety of positions until she switched to the mortgage industry. The idea to own and run her own boutique was always in the back of her mind, but she was just waiting to find the right business partner. Ironically, a return to part-time retail work would not only introduce her future business partner but solidify her ...

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Does Fashion Have an Age Limit?

Writer  /  Dawn Rodriguez Photos Provided by Penelope T Boutique When my close friend told me that she was starting a new lifestyle magazine highlighting the awesome North Florida beaches area where I’ve lived my whole life, I was thrilled. She’d done the research, it was her lifelong dream, and she felt it was a prime opportunity. I knew that she would hit it out of the park. What I didn’t anticipate was the second part of the conversation. She told me that through research, she’d learned that our communities were very interested in fashion. Then she asked me if ...

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The Beaches Art Fest Returns as Two-Day Event

Writer  /  Lynn Wettach The 4th Annual Beaches Art Fest returns as a two-day fine art extravaganza. The event is being held October 14-15 on Pablo Ave (Beach Blvd & A1A), Jacksonville Beach and will benefit the Beaches Museum & History Park. Lynn Wettach, Show Director, is well known for bringing artisans together who are recognized nationally/regionally for their talents. The show is a professionally juried art and fine craft event where each exhibitor is carefully selected with only the best work being accepted in each category. This year there are nearly 100 outstanding artisans and master craftsmen who will ...

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Fair Everly

Online boutique has style for every fashionista Writer / Suzanne Huntzinger Photographer / Jamie Sangar There’s a new online style hotspot that’s catching the eye of fashionistas everywhere. Going live on May 30 this year, Fair Everly Boutique is already enjoying steady sales. With dozens of fabulous frocks, trendy tops, spunky slacks, shoes, accessories and more, you’ll find the perfect outfit to fit your style. Online sales are hot these days, so it makes sense that owner Jodi Shannahan chose to open her boutique online. Although there are some who object to online clothes shopping saying they prefer to try ...

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Making a Fashion Statement

JenDaisy Boutique is Uplifting Women through Fashion Writer  /  Michelle Kaufman Photographer  /  Brian Brosmer When Jen Russell walks into her store, JenDaisy Boutique, she enters a customer-focused mindset. Russell opened the boutique in November 2012. In her previous job in the hotel industry, customer service was the top priority, but the young girls working weren’t really educated on women’s bodies and how they change through things such as pregnancy and weight gain and loss. She also saw similar experiences when talking with her girlfriends. “I just decided that I wanted to uplift women and that I could do it ...

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Siro’s Chic Boutique

Zionsville’s Siro’s Chic Boutique specializes in the latest fashion trends in women’s clothing, accessories, handbags, jewelry fine art and gifts. You can even shop online at Siros-chic-boutique.myshopify.com. In this month’s TowneClipper save $20 OFF your next purchase of $100 or more.

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Pink for a Passion

Writer / Kara Reibel Photographers / Brian Brosmer & Toni Folzenlogel Broad Ripple resident, Natalie Sutton, serves at the executive director of Susan G. Komen Central Indiana®. Sutton enthusiastically joined the team this past January. “What impressed me the most with Komen Central Indiana is the significant local impact we have for being affiliated with a national brand,” Sutton says. “We are very much a grass roots effort with 75 percent of our fundraising dollars staying local, with the remaining 25 percent sent to Komen Global research.” Sutton and the other staff members consider themselves co-survivors. “The women we serve ...

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