With the gift giving season upon us, it is important to consider where we spend our hard-earned dollars.
When shopping, we want to provide the best for our loved ones. What better way to do that than to offer a list of places with quality products? And yep, they just so happen to be black-owned! If you’re stuck on what to buy this holiday season, look no further than this list collaboratively written by Quirktastic’s Elizabeth Howie and Nicole Gibson. Merry Shopping!
The Wrap Life
Here you’ll find all the accessories you need for styling the crown without the hassle of actually styling. These beautiful head wraps are perfect for days when you don’t want to deal but you don’t want to sacrifice your sexy. Whatever your need is, there is a scarf for you. With beautiful hand-printed and traditional designs, from tribal to solid prints there is a style for you…oh, and your friends (this is a gift-giving guide after all). There are also turbanettes and headbands to enhance your look!
Shop Wrap Life
This shop is thorough with their offerings! Anything you’re looking for, from mugs and tees to posters and coasters, you’ll find it here. The talented artist also sells original art print sets. Everything is about the culture, so you’re sure to be fly in whatever you choose.
My Pride Apparel
What you’ll find here is “clothing and apparel for today’s socially conscious black woman.” Sounds dope? It absolutely is. If you have a dope black woman in your life then here is the gear you need so she can express herself without saying a word.
Shop My Pride Apparel
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Silently Loud creates handmade and unique items for the awkward black girl in all of us. These pieces are sure to make a statement to your inner SJW. Wear everything silently loud.
Shop Silently Loud.
Black Vibe Tribe
All of your black power needs can be found here. This brand is made for and by us. There are statement making tees, totes, and baby onesies for your little ones to represent the culture, too!
Shop Black Vibe Tribe
If your friend or loved one is an avid pin wearer or collector this is the place for you! Statement pieces and iconic black pop culture is everything you could ever want in a pin. There are also dope patches, stickers, and keychains available.
Shop Coloring Pins
Zelie for She
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Now these pieces are for the ones in your life who are here to slay in bohemian sexy. This exclusively plus size online boutique offers gorgeous flowy patterned sets and dresses that will make the receiver of your gift feel like they should be running in a field of daisies.
Shop Zelie for She
You’ll find colorful, bright pieces that will take you through every season, including swimwear unlike any you’ve seen anywhere else. One things for sure, all eyes will be on whoever wears the sexy, unique clothing from Rue107.
Izzy & Liv
You will find bold statement shirts, a plethora of accessories, and home decor from this brand. But even more amazing, this holiday season they are selling a Brown Sugar Stocking Stuffer Box to make your shopping even easier.
Shop Izzy & Liv
Get in on these deals while you still have time. TGIN has 12 days of deals for your holiday shopping. All of your curlfriends need these products in their life. (Specifically the Honey Miracle Hair Mask, ahem, 4c approved!)
BLK + GRN
Soften up with the amazing extensive list of products this marketplace offers. Essential oils, bath soaks, and body butters are just some of the products you’ll find in the arsenal of black owned businesses under the BLK + GRN umbrella. They have gift sets available for you to order so you can provide self-care and relaxation to the ones in your life who deserve it most.
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Represent your tribe well with these beautiful pieces of jewelry inspired by Africa. Here you’ll find chains, necklaces, bracelets and more.
Shop Jollof Boutique
Happy Holidays and Happy Shopping!
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