It’s more important than ever to shop at small or local businesses when buying your holiday gifts. For small businesses and family-run shops, your support can truly make a difference, especially after this difficult year. These women-owned online businesses are cool, chic and unique. Their gifts will make your family and friends feel special.
Miracle Eye is a female-owned and family-run business that produces ’60s and ’70s themed clothing. Designed and handmade from scratch by the designer’s Colombian mother, every piece is hand-crafted to make you feel like the finest and most stylish fox in town with a penchant for groovy threads. All of their materials are purchased from other small businesses. It makes the process 100% ethical and leaves little waste behind!
Boundless Blooms was created by mom Kaajal Agnani, who desired to create beautiful and conscious products designed to positively influence the next generation. This gorgeous deck of illustrated, high-quality cards features activity ideas and prompts for kids that will increase their confidence and compassion. And best of all? The box smells like lavender!
The Healing Collective
Founded by Alyse Shyne, The Healing Collective is a New York-based business that provides massage therapy, reiki sessions and psychic healing. As another aspect of their business, they sell crystals and essential oils, soy candles, and sustainable clothing. Our favorite product is their “Choose Kindness” tote!
Loving Thyself Rocks
Loving Thyself Rocks is owned by founder Rachel Strever Hancock and her husband Joel. Their passion for crystals and self-love quickly turned into an online business where customers can buy unique crystals and stones. Between Rachel’s scientific and spiritual background and Joel’s love for business and entrepreneurship, the couple’s business has been growing fast.
Missouri River Soap
If you’re looking for some special gifts for the bath-lover in your life, look no further than Missouri River Soaps. The business was founded when owner Holly Bailey started to make handcrafted soaps back in 2008! Her special brand has unique and handmade soaps, bath bombs, and even a seasonal line of products just in time for the holidays.
Ivy Mane owner Rachel Ziegler mixes together her knowledge of design and passion for raw materials into beautiful pottery products. If you purchase “The Giving Pot,” proceeds will be donated to families in need this holiday season.
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