15 Black-Owned Fashion Brands You Should Shop At!


As promised yesterday, here is a list of 15 black-owned small businesses, specifically clothing stores you can shop at instead of the typical Pacsun, Ann Taylor, or Brandy Melville brands. I hope this is helpful!

(Again, I want to reiterate this, but I do not take credit for coming up with these ideas) 🙂

Athleisure / Active Wear Brands

1. Jireh Covenant // “Come shop our new workout clothes for women”


3. Roam Loud // “Roam Loud is a premium activewear and athleisure brand. Roam Loud is a call to action to move through the world on your terms.”

4. YEMA // “We make clothes that empower women and men to appreciate their bodies while doing social good”

5. Full Court Sport // “Moisture wicking, odor resistant and breathability matched with a flattering and strong fit, Full Court has quickly grown to include styles for all athletes, and activewear aficionados alike. Unisex coming soon!”

Trendy Brands

1. DopeSzn // “#DopeStyle”

2. Jade Swim // “JADE Swim™ is different, unique, meaningful. Simple but more than basic. The right cut of jade brings out beauty. It’s classic with an edge.”

3. Leimert Park Threads // “A creative and expressive way to showcase the pride you have. People of color from all walks of life are encouraged to wear this brand. It’s All Love!”

4. LIV Streetwear // “BE YOU…”

5. Phlemuns // “Phlemuns is dressing the future”

Luxury Brands

1. Hanifa // “My country, the land of Congo, is ripe with an abundance of natural resources — the greatest of which are its people — its women”

2. JIBRI // “JIBRI is dedicated to creating garments for the fashion-conscious, curvy, plus-size woman”

3. LaQuan Smith // “The Premier Online Destination for Luxury Designer Apparel, Shoes, Bags & More”

4. Romeo Hunte // “Romeo Hunte New York is a definitive lifestyle brand created for all women who appreciate intricate details”

5. Sincerely, Tommy // “Sincerely, Tommy is a Brooklyn based concept store focusing on emerging women’s wear and lifestyle brands from the newest talents in fashion and art”

For the last part of this series, I’m going to be uploading a blog post tomorrow showcasing a range of stores that represent Black heritage, promote racial equality, or fight for a social call. Get excited!

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