Add To Cart: Black-Owned Brands We Love

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!


Puzzle Huddle:

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.



Modern Mama:

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!



Dor Lumiere:

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!



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