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6 Black-Owned Etsy Shops To Support For Your Next Vacay

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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Etsy is a great place to find unique products from around the world. If you are looking to do some online shopping before your next trip, check out these black-owned Etsy shops to support the community.

linguaNigra

This shop has been offering handcrafted, organic jewelry on Etsy since 2007. You’ll find everything from bracelets and earrings, to ear weights and pendants made from natural materials. With a 5-star review and many bestselling items, this Chicago-based shop is one you will need to bookmark.

Photo via Etsy.com

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Nakimuli

Nakimuli, or The Funky Sweetheart, is one shop you MUST check out before any vacation that involves beaches, pools, or sunshine. Based in Brooklyn, this shop offers swimsuits, skirts, jewelry, and more in fantastic and electrifying colors. If you are looking to stand out, this is your shop.

Photo via Etsy.com

RhayvenJArt

Grab your “100% Afrocentric apparel and art” here. This Cincinnati-based shop is where you should go to find journals, tees, and backpacks for your next adventure. You won’t find these deigns or style anywhere else, ensuring that your vibe is one of a kind.

Photo via Etsy.com

GabeJadeAccessories

Head to this Etsy shop and grab an African Fabric (Wax Print) head wrap or tie. This 5-star rated shop hails from Dallas and has been selling goods on Etsy since 2015. You will find beautiful textiles and patterns to suit any getaway.

Photo via Etsy.com

FifteenAndFifteen

It’s hard to find the perfect bag. Texas-based FifteenAndFifteen has been selling a beautiful range of handmade handbags, fanny packs, and other accessories on Etsy since 2015. From classic styles to products with a little more “pop”, there is something for every type of traveler.

Photo via Etsy.com

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Rkitekt

According to Etsy, Kel created a brand for those that share an appreciation for the fine details. Based out of Atlanta, this shop features colorful accessories including belts, wallets, and jewelry that will make you smile.

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