9 female-owned small businesses to support this Women's History Month

Mar 3 2021, 5:03 pm

This Women’s History Month, support some females who are making history through their small businesses.

From beauty and hair entrepreneurs to those helping other women get sleep at night, there are so many women doing great things.

Here are nine female-owned small businesses to support:

Tokki gift sets 

 

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The female-led company offers paperless gift-wrapped baskets and little pre-wrapped gifts from eco-friendly, fair trade, and/or women-owned businesses at affordable prices. Each gift comes with a customizable QR code tag that will have you looking tech-savvy and thoughtful about the environment.

Hi Wildflower

 

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Hi Wildflower produces gorgeous perfumes inspired by “the everyday muse of wildflowers.” The brand is socially conscious, colorful, and stylish. Since its inception, Hi Wildflower has supported several organizations including Girls Write Now, ARTE, and Black Lives Matter.

Akala Clothing

 

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Akala founder Ashley Klein developed her debut collection focused on plant-derived, biodegradable fabrics and eco-friendly trims. All clothing items are designed in Seattle and made in LA.

Sustainabar

 

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Sustainabar is hoping to convince people to replace bottles with bars. Using packaging materials that are 100% recyclable and compostable, including recycled newspapers, junk mail and report cards, these soap bars are incredibly long-lasting and don’t have any plastic — double win.

Swaddle Designs

 

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When Lynette Damir visited families with new babies in their homes and noticed that parents were sleep deprived, she realized that the parents needed to start swaddling. Damir used her medical background and design education from the Art Institute of Seattle to develop the Ultimate Swaddle Blanket.

Peak and Valley

 

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Local boss babe Nadine Joseph created Peak and Valley after working at a lab studying the neuroscience of stress. After incorporating several adaptogens like reishi mushroom and ashwagandha into daily smoothies and tonics, she realized it was helping her stress and anxiety levels. She now incorporates the adaptogens into products that provide inclusive, science-backed, and honest developments to the world of wellness.

French Girl

French Girl is shockingly not a French company. The Seattle-based beauty brand focuses on face, hair, bath and body, and lip products. The female-made company believes in the power of self-care and conscious consumption while offering quality products at a reasonable price range. Their products can be found at major stores like Anthropologie, as well as at smaller local shops. Products can be purchased online or in-store at select retailers.

Ariel Gordon Jewelry

 

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There is so much jewelry to choose from at Ariel Gordon. The company was born from creator Gordon Maffai’s vision to create jewelry that can transition well and be a wardrobe staple. Each piece will last you decades and match pretty much every outfit you own.

Horseshoe

 

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Horseshoe strives to discover the true spirit of femininity in each woman that passes through the store. With free shipping over $100, pick between face masks, clothing, jewelry, accessories, and more.

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