The holiday season is in full swing, but if you’re still searching for some last-minute holiday gifts, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re shopping for your bestie, your boss, or the little ones in your life, we’ve found five Indianapolis-area boutiques— all owned by women—that are fully loaded with items that are ideal for gifting.
Abby Adams Boutique is owned by Autumn Letendre and is located on Fox Road in Indianapolis. Inside there is a curated selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories, as well as edible gifts, candles, and even a cute section of plush dog toys. There’s also a newly opened kids boutique nearby with children’s clothes, toys, and books for little ones of all ages.
Southern Roots Gift Co. is owned by the mother-daughter team of Deb and Taylor Morghan, and their goal was to bring some Southern charm and hospitality to the Franklin Township area. There are so many fun items inside it’s hard to know where to start, but there is really something for everyone here. Whether you’re looking for candles, candy, mugs, or socks—they have the perfect pick.
Roman & Leo in Fishers is a one-stop shop for all the little boys in your life. The owner Angela Castelli created this all-boys boutique to help moms find unique apparel and accessories for their kids. You’ll find graphic tees, snapback hats, and even Indianapolis Colts-inspired pajama sets, as well as a selection of music-inspired books and the ever-popular fidget toys.
Linden Tree in Carmel City Center is a fantastic gift shop that was practically made for picking up last-minute holiday gifts. It has an array of festive home decor options, as well as women’s clothing, and a variety of accessories. Owned by Rori Anderson, there is also a location in Noblesville, and both stores offer free gift wrapping of your purchases, so that’s one less thing to worry about.
Stephanie Groves is an Indy-based freelance writer who is still busy checking items off of her holiday shopping list.
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