We’ve compiled a list of black-owned businesses for families to support during this pivotal time in history. In big and small ways we can implement change and stand up against racial injustices. Here are just a few brands we’ve been crushing on:
Le Petit Organic:
This New York-based children’s concept shop focuses on eco-friendly and vintage-inspired styles from rainbow rompers to flocked daisy heirloom dresses. They ship worldwide too!
Tippy Tot Shoes:
From pre-walkers to all-weather boots, Tippy Tot has your toddler’s shoe game sorted. We love their sweet double-strapped Mary Janes!
Opal + Fig:
Handmade heirloom dolls made with love in South Carolina. Opal + Fig embodies #representationmatters with a wide range of skin tones and hairstyles, including intricately braided updos. Stay tuned for their late June restock!
These diverse jigsaw puzzles for kids are a must during quarantine and beyond. We especially love the puzzles encouraging future career goals ranging from veterinarians to news anchors.
Launching later this summer, Modern Mama focuses on BPA and Phthalate-free silicone bowls, plates, bibs and spoons for babies in timeless neutrals. The best part? They’re microwaveable and stain-resistant.
Moisturizing hair care for all hair types for kids and grownups, the Lemon Heads detangling leave-in is a must. From buttermint deep conditioner to lemon drop shampoo, everything smells divine too!
We’re spending way more time at home, so it may as well smell fresh- Dor Lumiere is a collection of soy candles and home sprays made by children’s fashion stylist Dominique Marie. The rosemary & mint room + linen mist is on our list.
Brand new mom and model Tatiana Elizabeth Price has a collection of simplified and natural skincare products for face and body- adding the strawberry coconut scrub and ginger lemon skin butter to our wishlist!