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Hi! I’m Lexi


Hi friend, I’m Lexi! I believe creativity feeds the soul. The space between where I am and where I want to be inspires me. I thrive under pressure. I love fashion, beauty, burritos, iced coffee (shoutout Dunkin), playing guitar, singing, summer rain, thrift stores, a good DIY project, and Craiglist (so many great gets!). I‘m consumed by wanderlust and am always down for a spontaneous adventure to a foreign place. I’m also a huge homebody and savor my alone time.

RIght now my boyfriend Jake and I are saving up to buy our first ‘fixer upper house.’ :) I have always had a strong love for bringing old things back to life and absolutely adore things that were once loved and cherished. I want to find an old victorian style house with a big front porch and a bunch of charm! I enjoy spending my weekends scouring local thrift stores and finding the perfect piece of furniture, or rarity, to refinish or transform. 

On an average day you can find me at a local coffee shop with a large vanilla iced coffee (hold the sugar -heavy on the cream ) working on the latest blog post or at home crafting up some new jewelry designs to sell at an upcomig festival or market!

My shop South Indigo Co. was started as a much needed creative outlet and place to showcase my handcrafted jewelry and one-of-a-kind leather bags. I started making jewelry, creating bags, and repurposing furniture as a way to make some extra money as a broke college student. The first thing I ever sold were leather and pearl chokers to the girls in my sorority. I loved the process of creating them, seeing my friends wearing them, and the fact that I was getting paid and making people feel beautiful. Thus, South Indigo was born. My mom Dianne works alongside me building, refurbishing, crafting, and helping me sell my jewelry at festivals and markets all across Georgia. At South Indigo Co i sell hand-crafted creations that are grounded in Southwestern sensibility and style with a bohemian twist.

I am so happy you are here!

XO Lex


“She never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something.
— Rainbow Rowell