Gifts to Wear (Your Black-Owned Christmas Gift Guide)

Gifts to Wear

Gift your loved ones something awesome to wear (even if it is just for zoom calls).

Yala

Yala is a modern African small-batch jewellery brand and Certified B Corp. The company works with artisans in Kenya to create unique accessories that make beautiful gifts. Move fast because final shipping for Christmas is December 18th. 

Feathers And Wings

Feathers And Wings is the jewellery studio of Jane Bannor. Each minimal bohemian piece is handcrafted and made using recycled gold and eco silver. There are so many beautiful pieces on the site and if you can’t choose just one, consider gifting a gift card.

Zola Eve

Zola Eve is an activewear brand that seeks to empower women through beautiful clothes that every body can feel comfortable in and by supporting Women for Women International, a humanitarian organisation dedicated to women survivors of war. Each piece in the Zola Eve collection is made in London with recycled materials such as discarded fishing nets and the pattern’s are inspired by founder Ncheta Dasilva’s West African heritage.

afton/by palm

afton/ by palm is a slowliving and slow fashion business. Each afton / by palm piece is individually crafted in small batches to reduce waste and the minimal contemporary design makes them a perfect gift for anyone, even the friend you don’t know what to get. And it’s not just jewellery available in their store; you’ll also find affirmation cards, art prints, and tiny plates. 

House of Hue

House of Hue is a socially minded concept store that looks to empower marginalised communities and create a more inclusive beauty scene. The entire store is intentionally curated and they partner with diverse-owned brands. The ADUKU headscarf range is crafted by Ghanian artisans and if you know me irl feel free to buy me one!

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One comment on “Gifts to Wear (Your Black-Owned Christmas Gift Guide)”

  1. Sammy says:

    Thanks for this! These are awesome finds. I recently also stumbled upon My Black Clothing (www.myblackclothing.com). They sell empowering shirts and sweaters targeted to African American men and women. What makes them unique is that they actually give back to the very causes they are fightling for. For example, this holiday they have this awesome Black Lives Matter Christmas Sweater which they plan on donating proceeds to the Innocence Project. You should check them out!

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