14+ Black-owned Plus-size Fashion Brands to support!
24 Sep 2017
14 Black-owned Plus-size Fashion Brands to support!
Fusing contemporary stylish women's clothing with traditional African flair. These brands are sure to inspire and empower.
Curve Conscious - Shop, sell and swap gently used, contemporary apparel, shoes and accessories for curvy fashionistas. Sizes 12-24.
Sun's Flower Creations - African and cultural attire, Handmade jewelry, Natural Hair
Simply Cecily - Simply Cecily blends a "contemporary women’s clothing line that fuses the traditionally stylish nature of West African women with the contemporary flair of American design."
RankTribe Store - Tribe Store featuring culturally aware and branded clothing - tshirts, hats, totes, socks, towels, blankets, mugs and more!
Festique Clothing & Accessories Boutique - Costume jewelry, handbags, plus-sized clothing, hats, scarves and adult toys. Available for vending and girls night out events.
IHeart Fashion - Shar Cole is the owner of Iheart Fashion & Accessories, an online store for out-of-state customers, and a private boutique for Kern County Residents. My classy but sassy clothes are designed for women with curves, sizes ranging from 10 to 20.
TAGS Boutique - TAGS boutique has been in the making for several years. As longtime friends, Kandi and Peaches entertained the idea of opening a specialty boutique. Armed with Kandi’s experience in the entertainment industry, coupled with Peaches’ retail and styling
Sapphire's - Trendy Fashion for the Curvy Girl
Nakimuli - NAKIMULI aims to go beyond the traditions of women's fashion and explore more of the imagination, creating fashion forward garments for forward thinking young women. Inspired by color, shapes, and African/ethnic prints, NAKIMULI has created their own
Courtney's Couture Boutique - Courtney's Couture Boutique online is an extension of Courtney's Couture Boutique located at 228 West Jackson Street Thomasville Ga. This online boutique is owned and operated by two life long friends; Cheryl "Toya" Marable and Kenya Carter.
"I believe that every woman deserves to look good no matter what obstacles she face in life" says Toya Bailey. Because Toya wouldn't hesitate to wear her own pieces, why should you?
Christian Omeshun - Customized Women's Wear Clothing. Specializing in Ready-to-wear, Womens casual and business wear, Avante Garde and Couture Pieces. Coming soon..Mens Ready to Wear and Casual Business Suits.
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