They have some amazing graphic tees and sweatshirts.
Find trendy, off-runway looks at this boutique that specializes in creating clothes for all demographics and pocket ranges. Providing both timeless and trendy wares, this boutique presents an upscale experience for only a fraction of the cost. Stop in for complimentary champagne during showings, as well as personalized shopping sessions and wardrobe styling. This boutique sells things specifically from other local artists, so it helps promote businesses, artistry, and brands that work in that area.
For info, head to their website showandtelloakland. Clean cut and functional in their clothing, the brand is also dedicated to the strength of the city of Detroit; it promotes the resiliency of the city through a brand that seeks to embody it as well.
Clothing designer Tracy Reese the same one whose dressed First Lady Michelle Obama returned to Detroit and started this pop-up boutique that gears to also provide one-of-a-kind runway pieces that will be available only in Detroit, evening wear and items from her more affordable lines. Tracy Reese has dressed some of the best in the business.
Aside from Rasheeda rocking her threads on Instagram, tons of celebrities and ATL shoppers support the brand for its diversity, variety in jewelry and clothing options, as well as manageable price point. Our first 25 Black Owned Businesses directory! The Fashion Bomb Staff.
Uncategorized Fashion Bomber of the Day: Which brands are you supporting? More Black Owned Business Guides: Huffington Post Black Voices has a guide of 36 black-owned Etsy shops to support.
Style blogger and digital media maven Christina S. Glad I could help! Thank You so much for sharing this! Thanks for this helpful info! I am also a black owner of an online store, Blue Labels Boutique! Thanks for the compliment on the merchandise. Blue Labels Boutique is fairly new. At this time, we have a deal with the companies that we work with that allows us to use some of their model pictures to display the merchandise.
We are actually in the process of revamping the store which will include diverse models. Are some of the companies you all work with also black-owned. This season one of my goals is to at least support one black-owned business, but it would be interesting to see the money stays in black-owned business. Also, check out an all natural bath and body company by the name of Zuri Handmade.
We make all natural hair, body and home products. And…remember to support small businesses and entrepreneurs this season! There is a new website which focuses on Black owned clothing businesses. I am the owner and curator at https: Come check out http: Thanks for the list. Love Cortnie This girl has a beautiful array of handmade clutches in different colors, textures and sizes.
Adore New York One of my faves — Jessie Adore — has created a masterful and luxurious collection of Italian leather handbags. Shea Moisture Shea Moisture is slowly becoming one of the biggest and most recognized names in natural hair and natural beauty overall. Eden Bodyworks A cult favorite among naturals, Eden Bodyworks was created and is currently operated by 23 year old Jasmine Lawrence. Doo Bop Representing a one stop shop women of color looking for all-things-beauty, Doo Bop is legit one of my favorite new online shops.
Melanie Marie This Philadelphia-based jewelry designer makes custom namechains and fab jewelry for fly girls. Many of these brands feature African prints and symbols, and as well as symbols from Black Power Movements such as the raised fist. If you are a non-Black individual buying products that specifically celebrate Black culture in particular if you are white to please be cognizant of the way in which you wear it so as to be respectful of the culture which created these styles.
Wearing symbolism of Black culture on non-Black bodies requires the continued awareness of privilege and the insistence to change a system that is rigged against Black bodies and people of color. With my website, I ensure to give a history of the design and ask folks to tick a box stating that they understand the meaning of the design. It helps to ensure that folks are actively engaging with history and learning even while they shop. These are of course only intended to be worn by individuals who are themselves Black.
Though a simple white tee-shirt with bold raised lettering, the very Black Project proudly celebrates lived Black experiences and the global African diaspora.
A brand I’ve been supporting for many years now, LLULO features clothing and accessories with carefully placed ankara prints in unexpected places. From tees to sweatshirts and even crew socks, they have a little something for everyone. *This brand will be represented at our Shop LoveBrownSugar Holiday Pop-Up event on Saturday, December 13th in NYC. Add African print to your closet with our selection of African clothing. All our clothes are made in the USA. Shop our African dresses, shirts & more today! The Brooklyn Circus/BKc is a menswear brand inspired by classic American prep that aims to tell the story of style throughout American history and to emphasize the power of presentation.