Juneteenth has finally arrived. Along with the many ways you can celebrate the holiday, supporting Black-owned businesses goes hand in hand with the holiday! While you’re out looking for something festive to wear this holiday, check out these Black-owned boutiques across the nation. You may love what you find!

Sincerely, Tommy

Based in Brooklyn, the concept boutique Sincerely, Tommy keeps emerging brands at the forefront.  Founded by Kai Avent-deLeon, the shop keeps the clothing at accessible prices. Shoppers can stay up to date with new drops by signing up for the brand’s newsletter. What’s even more cool about the store, it has an in house vegan coffee bar!

BrownMill Company

 

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BrownMill Company recently opened their doors in Newark, NJ after being founded almost a decade ago. Not only should you take a trip because it’s Black owned, but environmentally friendly. all of their products are custom made from recycled material.

Atlanta Influences Everything

When we talk about hometown pride, we can’t leave Atlanta out of that conversation. That’s why Atlanta Influences Everything is a perfect brand to shop. Celebrities like Keri Hilson, Kandi Burrus and Jermain Dupri have been out in the streets rocking their gear!

Kloset Envy

 

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The trendsetter girls who just KNOW they look good, this is for you! Bring out the sexy side of you with pieces from Kloset Envy.  From casual wear, to business attire, the brand is sure to not disappoint.

Nubian Hueman

 

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D.C. based, Nubian Hueman highlights Black artists, vendors, and entrepreneurs from around country and parts of Africa. The brand recently opened up a second location in Baltimore to continue to push the exposure of Black owned brands from around the continent.

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