Faces of Fashion: Leila Breton

If you’re visiting Leila Breton’s SoBro studio, it’s a safe bet that she’ll be jamming to her favorite soundtracks while she’s sewing, measuring and cutting fabric. Music and theatre were her first loves, after all, and her connection to the costume shop where she worked … Read moreFaces of Fashion: Leila Breton

Scotland (Back)yard

It seems only fitting that we receive our first big snow of the season the week I delve into the first few chapters of “A Game of Thrones.” After all, winter is coming, right? Amidst my first true foray into George R.R. Martin’s literary epic … Read moreScotland (Back)yard

Farewell, 2018

How do I even begin describing 2018? IndyDressed turned 5 years old in July, if you can believe it (I still don’t think I totally believe it myself), and I entered a new decade of adventures. (Don’t really believe that either.) Checked off a few … Read moreFarewell, 2018

Macaron Bar

If there’s a new sweets spot in town, you know I’ll sniff it out immediately. (Consider me a sweet-tooth hounddog.) After a few months of delays, Macaron Bar‘s first location in Indiana is open for business on Massachusetts Avenue across the street from BRU Burger … Read moreMacaron Bar

A cup of inspiration

When I was younger, every time I’d imagine my future house, I’d envision an old-school office worthy of a turn-of-the-century professor’s den: a haven for academics full of first-edition novels, muted Moroccan rugs, paintings from places abroad and mahogany furniture with forest green and black … Read moreA cup of inspiration

That vintage life

It’s no secret I love vintage. Secondhand accessories, old coin collections, Depression-era glassware, those flea market love letters for and from strangers who have long passed but for whom you craft an entire dramatic backstory. (I can’t be the only person who does this, right?) … Read moreThat vintage life