If you like all things accessories, you’ll love learning about these black women-owned businesses. These products, ranging from jewelry to shoes should be a must-have in your closet. What better time to support women than during Women’s History Month? Take a look below to learn more about these luxurious brands.
These luscious bags, founded by Kate Tawo in Lagos, Nigeria, offer customers well-structured handbags. Each bag features a fashionable flash of color that can be worn with any outfit and occasion.
Yam is for you if you prefer classic silhouettes with pearls and recycled metals. This brand offers beautiful, delicate jewelry that makes you feel classy, playful, and girly all at the same time.
Who doesn’t like a bold heel? Téjahn Burnett is a contemporary footwear brand founded by Téjahn Burnett, a Canadian-Jamaican footwear designer who specializes in women’s high heel boots and handcrafted sandals. With these shoes, you’ll be the center of attention at any event.
The Wrap Life
Are you looking for a hair wrap to protect and style your hair? Nnenna Stella, the founder, has designed stunning and functional hair accessories that let women express themselves through the wraps’ vibrant prints and designs.
A must-have is the collection of attractive, stylish, yet basic shoes. Katherine Theobalds founded Zou Xou. She wanted to provide wonderful sensible shoes for women that are comfortable, well-made, and functional.
Vavvoune is the epitome of sophistication, especially when it comes to the brand’s beautifully crafted purses, belt bags, and wallets. Valerie Blaise, the self-taught Founder/Designer, crafts these exquisite items in Brooklyn, NY.
Coco and Breezy
Corianna and Brianna Dotson have founded a fashionable sunglasses collection that will complement your personal style. Coco and Breezy has a variety of styles, shapes, and colors to choose from.
What are some of your fave black women-owned accessories brands?