Which brands are you supporting? 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. And the yummiest in natural body products. I have heard excellent things about blogengine.
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This girl has a beautiful array of handmade clutches in different colors, textures and sizes. She also happens to be a fellow blogger of color and I love supporting young women going into business for themselves! I mentioned how much I love Inspirado products in my Monday Motivation post here. I have the Inspirational Poster hanging up in a frame above my desk and I absolutely love looking up to it during my midday breaks. Same Girl Different Hair. Another mompreneur on my favorites list and also featured in our LBSLounge mompreneur chat 2 weeks ago!
She offers hair extensions in various textures and lengths for those of us girls who love hair versatility. One of my faves — Jessie Adore — has created a masterful and luxurious collection of Italian leather handbags. Definitely investment pieces, these babies are manufactured in NYC and crafted with exquisite attention to detail. From tees to sweatshirts and even crew socks, they have a little something for everyone. Shea Moisture is slowly becoming one of the biggest and most recognized names in natural hair and natural beauty overall.
They offer some of my favorite hair and beauty products and now makeup as well! You can buy them at most major retailers as well as online at SheaMoisture. They also have jewelry. A cult favorite among naturals, Eden Bodyworks was created and is currently operated by 23 year old Jasmine Lawrence. Representing a one stop shop women of color looking for all-things-beauty, Doo Bop is legit one of my favorite new online shops. They offer not only hair products but beauty and more!
Check out my review HERE. Illustrator Dana Bly is one of my favorite people. When she first reached out to me to ask my permission to draw an illustration of me, I was floored. Her month illustrated calendar sits right above my desk and I enjoy looking at her artwork every single day. This Philadelphia-based jewelry designer makes custom namechains and fab jewelry for fly girls.
Offering an eclectic mix of products from printed sweatshirts and pants to accessories, this unique retailer is sure to have something to pique your interest. I love a positive and inspirational message and Brave Chick is full of them.
They have some amazing graphic tees and sweatshirts. Check out my review here. What I love about her designs is that she makes them to fit ALL shapes and sizes! I use sewing as a tool to teach youth that have ADHD and other behavior problems. I also make Couture garments for women and little girls. My goal in this life is to share life skills with as many youth as I can.
Thanks for your time and consideration. Here is another to add: Kalubi, the brain child of fashion designer and digital artist, Evelyn Kalubi, is the flagship store and online showroom to present innovative and unique art pieces including décor and fashion to the world. The vision of all things in the Kalubi line aims to present the customer with a touch of African sensibilities combined with modern charm. Think Afro-futuristic Modernism with a touch of fun and irreverence.
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The street clothing brand gives its version of work and sportswear to create streetwear. You won't be disappointed! Grab one and pair of sweats or Flight pants to match for the low! Years of accepting less than what I deserved has shown me that I Was Worth way more than what I accepted.
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Howard University alum Leslie Antonoff created this brand to allow Historically Black College and University students to represent their school and show school pride through her clothing. She offers different styles for any HBCU student. Shop for customizable Black People clothing on Zazzle. Check out our t-shirts, polo shirts, hoodies, & more great items. Start browsing today! Her clothing line is influenced by her African heritage with it’s vibrant colors and ethnic details. With a love for fashion and the arts, she honed her tailoring skills and educated herself about the fashion industry which allowed her to start her own brand at the age of