If you’re looking to treat yourself, here are 27 businesses where you can spend your hard-earned money and support the Latino community:


Crystals + Succulents

Crystals + Succulents is the brainchild of Mariela Elena Rojas, an artist inspired by nature. “I’m in love with nature and everything it has to offer, involving succulents into my jewelry was a must,” she wrote on her website.

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Anda Pa'l

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Physically, I live in Seattle, WA but my heart will forever be in San Juan. And this week I feel it more than ever. If you feel the same and are looking for ways to help, I’ll be giving 50% of all sales proceeds to ComPRometidos in support of #Maria relief. #ricanstruction #fuerzaPR —�—�—�—�—� I’ve spent two sleepless nights trolling through the internet looking at devastating pictures and crying my eyes out. I’m sure many of you living far from PR have been doing the same. It’s devastating and surreal to see all the destruction. But us Boricuas, we are happy, positive people who smile even in the grimmest of times. In that spirit, in the next couple of months, I’m going to be sharing pictures and stories (here and in my blog) from my adventures in different towns around the island. I’ll with my hometown of San Juan…stay tuned!

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Seattle-based Puerto Rican designer Rita Cidre’s Anda Pa’l is a line of canvas bag with too-relatable phrases, including “jaja > haha” and “Trá Trá Trá.” Cidre began the line as a way to cope with feeling homesick for the island, and now you can carry a little piece of Puerto Rico with you and give your pens and pencils the kind of case they deserve.

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The Mujerista

The Mujerista currently carries a small collection, but it’s “Lo Que Me Da La Gana” pin is a must have that helps support a platform dedicated to uplifting Latinas.

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Zahira Kelly

Zahira Kelly – an illustrator and sociocritic who fights for the visibility of Afro-Latinas – sells a wide variety of items on her shop, including necklaces, prints, and home decor.

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Loquita Bath and Body

Loquita Bath and Body, which describes itself as the home of the first concha bath bomb, sells vegan, cruelty-free bath bombs featuring things like a Stranger Things waffle bath bomb to others that look good enough to eat.

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Bella Dona

Co-founded by singer LaLa Romero, who hails from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley and describes her Latin-infused urban pop as “Pretty Brown Sound”, Bella Doña is a sartorial extension of Romero’s musical approach. Many of the pieces, which reference SoCal Chicano culture, would be right at home on the Mi Vida Loca crew.

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BreadxButta is a part fashion, fine art, and wellness shop. The owner is inspired by her Puerto Rican heritage.

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Afro-Latinx illustrator Emerald Pellot’s shop is full of pins with powerful, feminist messages.

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Hija de tu Madre

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Hija de tu Madre is a clothing line that celebrates the “beautiful mess that is Xicanisma” and the ni de aqui, ni de alla feeling of growing up biculturally. According to their website, “caters to Xicanx who bravely question everything, while reconciling our complicated history, culture, and identity. The shop and blog are for muxeres who unapologetically celebrate their colorful culture as we try to make sense of two seemingly opposing identities.”

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Rizos Curls

As a kid, Julissa Prado struggled with her curly hair. She either wore it in a ponytail, styled it with lots of hairspray, or used lots of heat to straighten it. But after years of hiding and damaging her curls, she set out to create a better system. And that’s how she ended up with Rizos Curls, a company designed for curls between 2A and 4C.

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Chaos Makeup

Megan Martinez began Chaos Makeup, a Corpus Christi-based brand, after a tumultuous adolescence. She found an outlet in makeup artistry, which helped her get her life on a positive track.

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Nevermind Cosmetics

Nicaraguan-American cousins Vanessa Enriquez and Marivette Navarrete launched Nevermind Cosmetics, a cruelty-free line of lipstick heavily influenced by 90s aesthetics (think whimsical, Lisa Frank-esque shades, with names like “Hair Flip” and “Grl Talk”).

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Gentle Riot

Gentle Riot lives up to its tagline: “ethically made weird girl streetwear.”

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MicMas Remix

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MicMas Remix, started by Afro-Latina entrepreneur Adassa, features products made from all-natural ingredients.

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Candles by Isa

Candles by Isa sells soy candles with hemp wicks. The scents include La Llorona, La Catrina, and Calabazita.

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Triangulo Swag


Everyone from Wisin to 3Ball MTY to a Who’s Who of dembowseros from DR have been spotted shopping in Triangulo Swag’s uptown NYC shop. The apparel line founded by Alfredo Perez – aka BB Inc – features a pretty extensive hat collection.

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Shop Destruya

Shop Destruya, a South Florida-based shop, sells pitches, shirts, candles, and pins with feminist phrases.

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Sacrifice SW

Between the “No Gods No Master” tees and Mexico-inspired apparel, this CDMX streetwear brand aims to be your everyday wear. Shop here.



Started in 2015, SadGirlPorVida is inspired by Los Angeles and Xicanx culture. The shop is based out of La Puente, California.

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Brk House

When BRK House launched in July 2014, the husband-and-wife duo behind the brand offered screen printed tees. But last year, they moved forward with pins and patches, and have been killing it. Most designs come from early childhood influences like loteria and lucha libre, the rest come from day to day inspirations like butterfly knifes and cartoons.

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Curandera Press

Web bodega Curandera Press sells items inspired by contemporary curanderismo.

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Hola Dear Deer

This line of covetable tees out of Houston, Texas is run by a sister duo inspired by their family’s Guatemalan roots.

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Luni Jewelry

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Inanna is associated with the #gemstone Carnelian. Carnelian is said to attract prosperity, new resources and good luck. It is a talisman for success in any money-making venture. In the workplace, it is a crystal of ambition, drive and determination. Carnelian lends the courage needed to help overcome difficulties and defend a cause. It promotes idealism, a sense of community and pragmatism. The Carnelian Triangle Earrings are from the Geo Alchemy collection but in honor #inanna we will add this to the sale. Click on the link in bio to shop these beauties. Let the power of Carnelian and Inanna guide through transitions in life ❤️ #inanna #carnelian #transitions #woman #power #thefutureisfemale #femalearchetypes

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Luni Jewelry describes itself as a “contemporary jewelry line for modern goddesses.”

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Tony Delfino

A collective of D.F.-based graphic designers, visual artists, and graffiteros, Tony Delfino makes high quality, detailed, limited edition pieces that includes t-shirts, button downs, hoodies, leather jackets, and sneakers. The entire line is deeply inspired by the culture of Mexico’s capital, and is made with all-Mexican materials. Shop here.


Yiyi Mendoza

Yiyi Mendoza meticulously carves ceramics, which draw from her Mexican ancestry.

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Sweet Face by Rocío

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Sweet Face comes with me everywhere ✨

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Costa Rican Rocío Castillo makes natural products that her family has used for generations.

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The Hoodwitch

The Hoodwitch is all about providing “everyday magic for the modern mystic.”

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