Has your social media feed fallen into a funk of all the same faces? If so, then we know some great local women who can brighten your feed. Here are a few women you should follow.
Want to get some inspiration for what to do with the flowers you’re growing at home? Follow these local florists to see their beautiful bouquets and get a few ideas of your own.
Isibeal Studio is run by the florist Autumn Keller. Follow her account for beautiful floral arrangements focused on natural and seasonal beauty.
Pomp and Bloom
Pomp and Bloom is based out of Columbus, Indiana and is run by Gina Martin. Her account features detailed artistry that incorporates bright colors and unique textures.
RK Florals is owned by Robyn Harder, who quit her job in the corporate world to follow her passion. Her romantic arrangements are expertly crafted with texture and movement.
Woven Blooms is run by artist Lauren Brown. Not only does she create beautiful arrangements, she is also committed to an eco-friendly approach to flower arranging and donates 10% of her profits to a local animal rescue chosen by the purchasers.
If you’re looking for more fine arts in your feed, follow these local performers. Read these stories to get a full list of great artists, musicians, and performers to follow. Here are a few examples.
Shaunt’e Lewis is a visual artist and illustrator from Fishers. She works with art that incorporates identity, black culture, and femininity. Follow her to see her brightly colored artworks come to life.
Sarah Anderson is a local ceramic artist who is also an instructor at the Indianapolis Art Center. Follow her for beautiful nature-inspired ceramics and pottery.
Laura Ricks is a local artist who runs Emerald Hill Textiles. She specializes in felted wool art that features natural scenes and landscapes inspired by rural Indiana and her travels. Her serene pieces are so detailed you’ll be shocked that they’re made out of felted wool.
Parris LaDame is an Indianapolis-based rapper and musician. Follow her for great music and amazing style that’ll make you an instant fan.
DJ Annie Idol
Annie Skinner is the owner of Indy CD and Vinyl who also DJs under the name DJ Annie Idol. Follow her for cool posts about Indy CD and Vinyl and the behind the scenes of being an Indianapolis DJ.
Alison Victoria is an artist, singer, writer, and musician whose music ranges from hip-hop to jazz. Follow her for amazing vocals and a sneak peek into her cool performances.
Madison Montambault is a mezzo-soprano opera singer who has performed with the Indianapolis Opera. Follow her for breathtaking vocals and cool performance photos.
Mackenzie Foulks is a local performer who acted in productions like Pride and Prejudice. Follow her for behind the scenes photos of plays and performances.
If your wardrobe needs a boost, get all your fashion inspiration from these local women. The stylish women featured in this story will have you looking great in no time.
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Jody Spangler DeFord is a local style blogger who runs the blog Red’s Shoe Diaries. Her style is known for fun vintage clothing and cool hats.
Ashley Marie is a blogger who runs the account fASHionately Me. She also owns Purple Ash Boutique. Check out her social media for outfit inspiration and gorgeous photos all around Indy.
If you’re feeling lost in political conversations and want to know more about local government, we have the women to follow. These local women in politics are making a difference and are definitely worth the follow. Here’s a few examples of the content they create.
Kaitlin Lange is a statehouse and politics reporter for Indy Star. Follow her for up to date political news in Indiana.
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Rima Shahid is the executive director for Women4Change Indiana. Check out her social media to learn more about issues facing women in Indiana and around the world.
The #UnitedStates is one of 11 countries globally with no permanent, national paid sick or medical leave.
The #UnitedStates is one of 11 countries globally with no permanent, national paid sick or medical leave.— Rima Shahid ريما (@rimashahid) July 26, 2021
Ellie Allen is Indy Maven’s Editorial Intern.
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