Holiday shopping can take a toll on your wallet. According to the National Retail Federation, consumers are set to spend an average of $1,007.24 this year on gifts for loves ones. But, as the old adage “it’s the thought that counts” reminds us, you don’t need something flashy to impress your loved ones.

With that in mind, we scoured the internet for gifts $25 and less – all sold by Latino-owned shops – for your fam, friends, and you.


If you prefer to do your shopping IRL, drop by Remezcla’s Winter Market. On December 8 and 9, Remezcla will host a pop-up market featuring more than 15 Latino-owned shops and a few workshops. Learn more here.

1

Bilingual Coloring Book

Photo via Citali Rose

For many, coloring books are a good way to deal with stress. This book includes 50 designs, inspired by nature and culture. It’s written in both Spanish and English.

$12.95, buy here.

2

Selena Keychain Tassel

Photo via Nopalito and Bear

This adorable Selena keychain will add some personality to your loved ones’ keys.

$15, buy here.

3

Jotería

Jotería is an LGBTQ twist on Lotería. “Jotería is more than a game, it is a source of education on our community,” the Jotería site reads. “Jotería provides information on lingo, terms, and history, from pre-colonial to modern time.”

$24.99, buy here.

4

Galaxy Princess II

Photo via Zahira Kelly

Zahira Kelly’s galaxy series prints are mesmerizing.

$20.50, buy here.

5

Arroz con Leche Whipped Soap Scrub

Photo via Indie Beautique

Arroz con leche is a delicious dessert and is also the inspiration behind one of Indie Beautique’s whipped soap scrub. This product will let you slough off dirt and dead skin.

$4-$7, buy here.

6

Nuyorican Beanie

Photo via Stoop Sale BKLYN

Give your friend a practical gift that lets them show off their boricua pride.

$23, buy here.

7

Tassel Earrings

Photo via Bianquis Designs

These tassel earrings will make a statement.

$18, buy here.

8

The Future Is Accessible Tee

Photo via Annie Elainey

This tee “is a call for visibility and intersectionality; it is a call to prioritize equity and accessibility, to remember the disabled people in our communities, to integrate them, to uplift them and their narratives.”

$21, buy here.

9

Rainbow Raindrop Garland

Photo via Lovely Jade Creations

New parents will appreciate this adorable homemade garland.

$18.50, buy here.

10

Loose Shimmer Highlighter

Photo via Kween Cosmetics

This lightweight, versatile loose shimmer highlighter gives you a natural glow. There are six different colors.

$15, buy here.

11

They Call Me Mix / Me Llaman Maestre

Lourdes Rivas, an elementary school teacher, wrote this school to teach young children about pronouns and the limits of the gender binary.

$18, pre-order here.

12

Power Ls Tee

Photo via Suda

This tee calls for solidarity.

$15, buy here.

13

Pale Man Pin

Photo via Hoy Por Ti

Inspired by Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, this pin is simultaneously spooky and amazing.

$13, buy here.

14

My First Christmas Outfit

Photo via Puesto Pelayo

This one might need to be gifted ahead of Christmas.

$17.99, buy here.

15

Art Print

Photo via Corazón Prints

This beautiful print highlights nature.

$20, buy here.

16

Sinvergüenza Mug

Photo via Dos Estrellas

A perfect gift for all the sinvergüenzas in your life.

$15, buy here.

17

Las Mujeres Art Print

Photo via Lazy Beam Arte

This vibrant print speaks the truth.

$10, buy here.

18

Brujeria Black Tote

Photo via Piri Tees

A classic.

$22, buy here.