10 Black Women-Owned Businesses We Love: Part 2


 

 

Over the course of the next couple weeks, we will be sharing Black Women-Owned Businesses we love! Click the photo to be directed to each company's website.

 

1. The Rooted Baby Co (IG: rootedbabyco)

At The Rooted Baby Co., we celebrate our roots and Ghanaian culture through the littlest members of our village. We take pride in crafting baby items made from authentic African print fabric and items inspired by our motherland and people. Come learn about Ghana's rich heritage with our family to celebrate and pass on our pride and knowledge to the next generation.

 

2. flower+folk (IG: @flowerandfolk)

Handmade soap bars, soy candles & more. Cruelty free, vegan and free shipping!

 

3. Tippy Tot Shoes (IG: tippy_tot_shoes)

Opened in January of 2013, Tippy Tot Shoes in an eTailer, independently owned, and coupled with a dew amazing shoe experts. We are inspired by this one traditional baby shoe, all to familiar as a walking aide to help increase walking efficiency. Our vision is to provide quality shoes with excellent foot support, comfort and a foundation for healthy feet. As a bonus, we have custom specialty pieces to accessorize your toddler style. We offer customers and ease in shopping, order processing and quick delivery Worldwide. 

 

4. Because of Zoe (IG: @beacuseofzoe)

We understand the JOY that comes from something as simple as choosing her hair bow each morning. On the playground, around the house and everywhere in between, Because of Zoe, JOYFULLY joins you on this journey of motherhood.

 

5. Yinibini Baby (IG: @yinibinibaby)

I draw my inspiration for color, texture and patterns from memories of my Uncle Reggie's  (Great Aunt Jean's husband) garden. He took pride in his garden, and the vibrant colors, textures and patterns of the fruits, flowers and vegetables still lingers in my mind. I apply the same meticulous care and love to my pieces, that Uncle Reggie applied to his garden. That was just the beginning of my love for art, design and color. After graduating from college, I started Yinibini Baby! All of the clothing and accessories are all handmade or screen-printed and /or block printed by hand.  I consider myself a story-teller who tells stories with illustration and design. Each Illustration is based on a memory that has left a lasting impression on me and it’s my hope that my designs will make you happy!

 

6. Elisamama Kids (IG: @elisamamakids)

Our purpose at ELISAMAMA is to create high value clothing and provide a pathway towards economic empowerment for Nigerian Artisans through jobs and skills training. We are committed to creating one of a kind clothes that are fun, comfortable and easy to wear! We don't want pieces that while nice to look at, gather dust at the back of the closet. We want our clothes to be a part of your regular rotation for school, play dates or parties!

 

7. Pretty Please Teethers (IG: @prettypleaseteethers)

Our mission at Pretty Please Teethers is to provide you and your teething little some much-needed relief while keeping a natural, modern, and minimalist style with our handmade items.

 

8. Typical Black Tees (IG: @typicalblacktees)

Pro-Black & Anti-Racism Apparel for the Whole Family

 

9. Partake Foods (IG: @partakefoods

Our cookies give delicious peace of mind to those with dietary restrictions…and “how is this so good!?” enjoyment to everyone else. Nut free, egg free, dairy free, soy free, no artificial flavors, no tree nuts, preservative free, non-GMO. 


10. Le Petit Organic (IG: @lepetitorganic)

We specialize in vintage, organic and eco-friendly clothing and accessories for children. Founded in 2013 by Jay K. Smith, mother of 3. At Le Petit Organic, we believe in finding the best products for your children and providing the best customer service.

 

 


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