11 Black-Owned Fashion Brands & Boutiques to Shop from Right Now

Nonieez Boutique

This brand fuses handcrafted traditional African clothing with contemporary American aesthetics. This label embraces its African diáspora and champions black culture by returning back to its roots with its vivid colors and eye-catching prints.   

Bloom Boutique XL

Aims to encourage women to be effortlessly elegant through luxurious clothing. From luxe dresses and skirts to casual denim jackets and sweatshirts. This brand is made for women to flaunt their sultry curves in high-quality mesh, sheer, and sequins fabrics. The sizes range from 1X to 3X.

A Meaningful Mess

Rising brand, A Meaningful Mess aims to build a righteous initiative with men’s and women’s t-shirts, unisex sweatshirts, and women’s tote-bags. All of which state clever phrases such as “prayer is included in my business plan”, “heavy on the minding my business”, and “black girl magic.”

Shop 1541

Charlotte’s urban fashion house and is fully stocked with four categories. The women’s collection has vibrant day and night dresses as well as one stellar romper. The 1541 clothing category consists of trendy t-shirts, sassy sweatshirts, and hip hoodies as well as joggers, masks, and socks. The Good x Evil collection ranges from tank tops and shorts to t-shirts and joggers as well as workouts sets. The Charlotte Stick collection consists of edgy graphic t-shirts.

San Yandel

San Yandel is the epitome of sophisticated street style with luxuriant collection that will sure make you Instagram ready. This collection has got you covered from luxe bags, jaw-dropping dresses, and fancy 2-piece sets to ultra-cool athletic wear and understated lounge wear.

Afro Mermaid

Afro Mermaid is a unique sustainable swimwear brand with personality that is made for both women and girls. The collection ranges from a nutmeg seashell necklace and fisher man’s dream swimsuit in moss green and black to a sea satin varsity jacket and a winter in Miami white long sleeved crop top. This fun brand’s initiative is building an eco-friendly community by hosting monthly beach clean ups.

Sognare Ragazze

At the Sognare Ragazze online store you can find a wide variety of impeccably designed and incredibly printed ready to wear pieces for women of all sizes. This boutique’s initiative is that every woman deserves to feel irresistible. The collection consists of seamlessly sexy dresses, 2-piece sets, jumpsuits, rompers, ‘black girl magic’ t-shirts, off-shoulder crop tops, corset tops, lingerie, tie-dye pants, leather pants, denim pants, belts, heels, sneakers, slides, sandals, stilettos, boots, jackets, coats, and so much more.

Auzy.co All Things Pretty

Launched by a mother daughter duo this online boutique helps you find confidence through captivating clothing with affordable prices. The collection is full range and compliments all styles. From cute and classy dresses to sensual and seductive ones.
Not to mention, leather sleeveless tops, floral lace print crop tops, snakeskin jumpsuits, and leopard print harem pants.

Son Worthy Apparel

High-quality Christian apparel that glorifies Jesus and deserves recognition for its Asian style men’s caps, men’s t-shirts, and hoodies as well as women’s ‘God’s Math T-shirt.’ This brand’s initiative is to connect people with God and bring awareness to Jesus’ unparalleled coolness.

Kool For Life Inc.

The brand’s collection combines storytelling, social commentary, and activism to make a statement that goes beyond clothing. The Brooklyn-based brand sheds a light that one can overcome systematic economic inequality. This is a powerful movement of uniting a community to build its own voice and narrative. In turn, leave its mark in society and in history.

Baxter Wood Company

Baxter Wood Company responsibly sources materials from post-consumer plastic bottles to planet-friendly materials made in Asia. The collection boasts a wide variety of men’s and women’s raincoats and rubber boots. All the designs are made of clean lines, classic silhouettes, and muted tones. This brand’s initiative is to protect the planet and its people. For instance, each worn out rubber boot donated to Baxter Wood Company would be recycled for an exchange of a $30 online store credit.

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