30 Black-Owned Clothing Lines You Can Support Right Now

Check out shoes, apparel, and jewelry from Black creators, and learn where you can find more Black-owned brands to shop.
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Have you been wondering how to support the Black community more? One excellent way to do so is simply by shopping Black-owned businesses! Keep reading to see our list of Black-owned clothing companies that you can shop on the Juneteenth holiday, and throughout the year.

We've also included links to resources that can help you find Black-owned brands to shop in every category.

30 Black-Owned Clothing Lines to Check Out

Brand What You Can Buy
Andrea Iyamah Swimwear, clothing, jewelry
BFyne Swimwear, resortwear, accessories
Billionaire Boys Club Clothing, shoes, outerwear, collectibles, accessories
Brother Vellies Shoes, small leather goods, handbags
Cee Cee's Closet NYC Head wraps, headbands, jewelry, bonnets, clothing, body care items, handbags, home decor
Chinero Nnamani Head wraps, headbands, face masks, clothing, outerwear, handbags, jewelry, pillowcases, graphic items
Grass-fields African-print clothing, head wraps, jewelry
Hanifa Women's clothing
Heron Preston Men's and women's clothing, outerwear, jewelry, accessories, bags
Jade Swim Women's swimwear
Jam + Rico Jewelry
LaQuan Smith Clothing, outerwear, shoes
Lavie by CK Men's and women's couture clothing, accessories
Love, Vera Women's lingerie
Nubian Skin Lingerie, hosiery, menswear
Phlemuns Gender-inclusive clothing
Pyer Moss Men's and women's clothing
Rebecca Allen Women's shoes
Savage X Fenty Lingerie
Serena Williams Women's clothing, outerwear, accessories, jewelry
Spencer Badu Clothing, accessories
Stella & Haas Jewelry, accessories
Studio One Eighty Nine Men's, women's, and kids' clothing; accessories
Telfar Accessories, jewelry, clothing, shoes
The Brooklyn Circus Clothing, accessories
The Marathon Clothing Men's, women's, and kids' clothing; accessories
Third Crown Jewelry
Tier NYC Loungewear, outerwear, accessories
Union Clothing, outerwear, accessories
X of Pentacles Bespoke suits, pocket squares, ties, scarves

How to Find Black-Owned Businesses Online

These days, it's not too hard to find the history of a company, especially if it's a larger business. If you spend time researching, you can learn when and where the company was founded, who started it, and sometimes what causes they support. Fortunately, resources like the ones here make this process easier when you want to support Black-owned clothing brands — and shop Black-owned businesses in general.

Support Black Owned

Support Black Owned is a great place to begin your search, whether you're looking for clothing or other items. The site has a directory, and every business in it is meant to be confirmed as Black-owned. In fact, SBO requests that if you come across a listed company that isn't Black-owned, that you let them know so they can inquire about ownership.

An app for the Support Black Owned business directory is available on the App Store.

Search the directory by category or state. Additionally, the global search allows you to explore the whole directory. Alternatively, you can do a phrase/keyword search if you have something specific you'd like to find. SBO also has an app on the App Store, and it's a great way to find Black-owned businesses online while on the go, and support them on your regular shopping trips.

Official Black Wall Street

Similar to SBO, Official Black Wall Street offers a directory to help you find Black-owned businesses. You can search by term, look at categories, and even check locations down to specific states and cities. The site also allows you to toggle either brick-and-mortar or online locations for the stores when you search, so you can figure out the best way to shop.

Official Black Wall Street has a handy app, too. It's available on both Google Play and the App Store.

WeBuyBlack

WeBuyBlack is a marketplace that allows consumers to shop Black-owned businesses directly. Tons of categories are available to purchase from, including clothing for men, women, and kids.

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WeBuyBlack also offers boxes filled with different products from Black-owned businesses, as well as a T-shirt to help spread the word about the website. The boxes cost from $41 to $200, and some include options for men or women. They're a great way to check out a variety of products, and can help you decide which ones you like the most.

Etsy

If you like supporting individual creators, know that Etsy has made it easy by creating a page that features several Black-owned businesses. It's an especially great place to shop original jewelry pieces, as well as clothing items and accessories. And since Etsy has a bunch of indie creators, you'll absolutely find items for every budget.

Black Enterprise

Black Enterprise develops lists of Black-owned businesses, including the largest Black-owned businesses in the U.S. They split this list into additional categories, including the Top 100, Auto 40, and Financial Services. The lists provide helpful context, including current rank, previous rank, revenue, the number of employees, the name of the CEO, the type of business, and its location.

Target

The bull's-eye retailer has not been shy about committing to inclusion and diversity, and has even forecast plans to spend more than $2 billion with Black-owned businesses by 2025. So it should come as no surprise that they make it easy to shop Black-owned brands on their website now. The Black Beyond Measure page features specific categories, including hair care, beauty, toys and activities, home, grocery, baby and essentials, and pets.

Target's Black Beyond Measure page lets you shop Black-owned brands by category.

That same page also highlights new arrivals from Black-owned brands, and provides a link to learn more, and another one to "Join Us." Target's "Join Us" page offers links where first-year students at historically Black colleges and universities can apply for scholarships, where businesses can apply for Target Accelerators, and where businesses can register with Supplier Diversity so that their items can be sold through the retailer.

Amazon

Shopping Amazon can be daunting at the best of times, but especially when you're trying to search for Black-owned clothing lines. Fortunately, Amazon influencer Femme Nouveau put together a list of items that includes accessories from Black-owned brands, along with books, hair care and beauty items, and other products. Obviously, if you track down specific clothing lines you like outside of Amazon, you can always check the online retailer once you know what you're looking for.

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Julie joined DealNews in 2015. Her work has been featured on MSN, Business Insider, Lifehacker, The Motley Fool, GoBankingRates, and Moneyish. In her spare time, she enjoys baking sweets, reading thrillers, and listening to an ever-growing list of podcasts.
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