When you shop small you are helping an actual person, you are creating a community and making someone smile. Take it from me, whenever I make a sale I smile so much I start to dance. Small shops support their families, they grocery shop, they’re able to make their child’s birthday so happy with the profits they make. So this year consider helping a small shop. If you can’t make a purchase because hey it’s 2020 support by liking, sharing, saving and commenting on their posts. A little goes a long way especially during these hard times. This is not only a small list of some of my favorite little shops and ways to donate this season but some of these creatives I’ve grown to love. Happy holidays to all of you!
The most humble of all small shops and my favorite sister. Handpicked aesthetics for your lovely home.
One of a kind take you back to the 60s/70s fashion accessories. Don’t miss Golden Hippie’s trivia games and the best IG live community. With this shop you are not only supporting a small shop, a black owned business but my dearest friend.
Rocker Tees - Indie Fox Shop
Customized vintage and pre‑loved one of a kind band tees made by the most down to earth rocker ever @iindiefoxx
Bead Pop by Aria Love
Who can resist the cutest bead shop all handmade by my beautiful daughter. @beadpopbyaria
Thrifting for that boho indie vintage vibe look no further than this cute little shop.
Out of the 90’s - Secondhand Shawty
The cutest 80’s/90’s rack of preloaded clothing hand picked by Carmen.
Hand burned and small batch smoothing candles made in California.
Make Someone Smile - Smile Sack Project
Donate to the sweetest non profit in sf. They help support individuals experiencing homelessness with a smile sack of everyday essentials.
The most beautiful ceramic planters and pottery.
Satchels, bags and totes handmade by a lovely lady who’s inspiration comes from the desert and the ocean.
Little shop of the cutest funky handmade jewelry.
Wearable Art - Bonnie Gray
Inspired by the simplicities of everyday life. I also adore @_bonniegray
Small shop for all your solidarity, pride and stocking stuffer needs.
Created by the one and only @TessGuinery author of Apricot Memoirs and Moonflower monologues.
A shop to keep your eye on. Resin floral one of a kind beauties. My wall hangings attract so much beauty especially during that golden hour.