Entrepreneur Spotlight: Black Women-Owned Stores Provide Pleasant Alternatives

December 14, 2011  |  

Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy. For months now politicians have been encouraging shoppers to support independent store owners within their communities. We say why not show the sistahs some love. Black women have boutiques, wine stores, and a myriad of ways to help shoppers looking for a unique experience find exactly what they’re looking for. Here’s a list of some black women, with boutique businesses worth supporting:

Ooh La La Fashion boutique in Atlanta is owned and operated by fashionista Ronni McBride.  The African American proprietor’s store promotes many Italian designs and showcases lines that are mostly European influenced.  The store features innovative designers from around the world as well as talented locals. In addition offering fashion forward clothing, the boutique offers a range of unique and even custom made accessories including precious stone jewelry, purses, shoes, and hats.

 

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