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Hunting down the perfect gift for the super-duper fly women in your life can be quite challenging, particularly around the holidays. Women who fall in this category are worldly, have an acquired taste and are usually hip to the latest fashion must-haves and hot ticket items that bring them joy. It may seem like there’s nothing that exists to surprise her. But fret not. Don’t let that worldly lifestyle intimidate your gift giving this season. MADAMENOIRE has curated a special gift guide for your favorite fly girls.
Check out these 11 products from Black-owned brands that make the perfect gift this holiday
Earth Candy by Jamila Pecou is the ultimate starter cookbook for the “vibrant, versatile vegan.” Not only will it inform the veganista on key items to keep in the pantry, it features yummy recipes for five entrees including appetizers, breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. As a bonus, the cookbook includes vegan drink recipes as well.
Bad hair days where? With a Frances Gray hat in the collection, negative hair days are sure to be a thing of the past. The entire millinery line by Deb Lorenzo is absolutely stunning, but our fav is the Angie fedora in Old Rose.
Ankles need love, too. Yep, go ahead and bedazzle her ankles with Gypsy by KNature’s eco-friendly Santosha anklet which “reflects the calmness and simplicity minimalism and balance.”
These galactic roller skates are too cute to pass over. Adrienne Moore created them in a fly assortment of colors that will pop on asphalt or wood rinks. Our favorite right now is the sueded leopard print.
Waist trainers can step aside for now. Fitness influencer Sabrina Parr is now offering this belly that supports the core during workout sessions without the bulk or extreme tightness. Cop this for any woman on her fitness journey. She’ll thank you for it.
Candid Cox creates an incredibly chic line of jewelry, but these gorgeous face masks and mask necklaces caught our eye—and are sure to excite the fashionista who unwraps them for the holiday. You’ll earn extra cool points for being health conscious.
Look, these candles are not your average. They are absolutely divine. This New Orleans botanical customizes these candles to aid in manifesting what the heart desires. According to the Haus of Hoodoo, “all candles are fixed with oils, herbs, minerals and intention prayer.”
Denene Millner Books has published a variety of Black children’s books that will speak to the young woman reader in your life, whether she’s eight or 18-years-old. Texts like Early Sunday Morning, Crown, Wings of Ebony or Carla and The Christmas Cornbread are equal part literary and equal part fine art. Each book is a collectible item.
When Neffie Walker opened the doors to The Black Home, her high end design and decor shop, she did not disappoint. This blinged out bank is the perfect novelty. It will certainly gain some oohs and ahhs.
Vontelle frames are for the savvy eyeglass wearer with loads of style. This Black-owned company produces cute glasses in styles that range from business, to recreational, to lounge. Their sunnies make sweet stocking stuffers for your favorite fashionista
The MadameNoire mommies love to stay fly. These mom-specific necklaces speak to the role and character of a boss mom who handles her business, hustles hard and keeps it trill. It’s an dope contemporary, upgrade from last centuries #1 mom pendants.
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