9 Black Women-Owned Businesses To Patronize This Season

November 24, 2017  |  
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Now that the holidays are upon us, it’s time to go shopping. While we may swear that we’re going to spend less money this year–on ourselves and others– that rarely happens. What we can do though is spend money in ways that help to benefit other folks in our community. With Black women becoming the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs, there are plenty of options to choose from. Check out this short list we’ve compiled. Whether you’re being generous or treating yourself, you’re bound to find something to slide in a stocking.

My Funky Twisted Soul

I first discovered My Funky Twisted Soul when I moved to New York years ago. After taking a brief hiatus, the brand is back with some new designs.

Fe Noel 

If you’re doing well and want your high-end dollars to benefit a person, instead of a corporation, be sure to visit Fe Noel’s site and check out the incredible pieces that will have you turning heads.

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Rue 107

With sizes ranging from 0-24, you’re bound to find something that not only fits you but will have you looking stunning.

Balebe Beads

Waistbeads have been around forever but now Western women are wearing them more and more frequently. Get your customized strand from Balebe.

Bree and Milly

I’m a proponent of natural deodorant because chemicals can be scary. This company provides this and then some.


Why not support and empower a Black woman’s business on the day you’re likely to spend the most money of your life? Not only that, the designs from Alonuko are unique and to die for.

The Honey Pot Company

God knows what they put in some of the feminine products we have to use daily, weekly, monthly. If you’re looking for a more natural alternative, the Honey Pot Company has got you covered.

•Fall is in the Air. Thanksgiving Everywhere. •

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Bene Scarves

While you’re getting your fly on, looking like a diva in your scarf, the proceeds are being used to help a girl in another part of the world. Win-win.


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