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Shop BIPOC: Where You Spend Your Money Matters

Local BIPOC-owned businesses to support this (and every) season

Bryony Angell

Published on: December 10, 2020

Shop BIPOC: Where You Spend Your Money Matters

self care card from honeyberry
Credit: Honeyberry

Just for me

You know best how to indulge yourself; here are assorted Seattle-based, BIPOC-woman-owned businesses for a choose-your-own adventure treat.

If your idea of luxury is a set of soft pajamas (or a beautiful bra), check out Salua Lingerie in Madison Valley. Want a bright frock to liven up the gray Seattle winter? The Oula Company (online only) features colorful dresses made from Ankara (African wax fabric) in modern cuts and designs.

Need a hand or brow tidy-up? Varnish Seattle offers individual appointments at its cozy studio in the Urban Lofts of the SODO neighborhood. After your nails are done, peruse Valerie Madison Fine Jewelry in Madrona or The Cura Co. in the Central District for a special ring (or other item of jewelry, all by BIPOC makers).

Love writing cards the old-fashioned way? Artists Misha Zadeh and Yuko Miki of Honeyberry Studios sell colorful greeting cards of their original artwork.

Let these suggestions open your eyes to small businesses owned and operated by your neighbors who reflect the history and diversity of our region.

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