Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
Today we honor Indigenous Peoples Day. It is an important day to honor and celebrate Native American history, culture and contributions to our everyday life.
Of course, standing with the Indigenous community should happen more than just once a year. In addition to actively seeking out their voices, you can support Native and Indigenous people by shopping their brands all year round. Below are seven Indigenous-owned Etsy shops to bookmark. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for friends and family, their beautiful creations need to be on your radar.
Indigenous-Owned Etsy Shops
Based in Stillwater, Okla., Sovernly specializes in beautiful beaded earrings and printed graphic tees. The store has tons of five-star ratings, and shoppers rave about the quality of the brand’s products.
If you’re looking for truly one-of-a-kind jewelry, then you’ll definitely want to check out Littletree Wampum. This Indigenous-owned Etsy shop creates unique pieces using the most stunning purple stones set in 925 sterling silver.
3. Ogoki Wild
If you love a cute graphic T-shirt, sweatshirt or mug, then Ogoki Wild is the Etsy shop for you. They have more than 90 tees to choose from, so go ahead and buy a few.
Metis Spirit Walker is an Indigenous-owned Etsy shop with a little bit of everything. There are face masks, jewelry, hats, travel cases and more.
Jewelry lovers will definitely want to peruse the pretty earrings this Michigan-based Etsy shop sells. There are beaded designs plus metal styles as well.
Run by two Indigenous students in Canada, this is the Etsy shop to support when you want an authentic macrame wall hanging for your living space.
Good luck trying to buy just one pair of beaded earrings from Northern Beading Co. There are so many amazing color combos that chances are you’ll be back for more after your first purchase.
If you enjoyed this story, check out Bush Medijina, the female-led Indigenous beauty brand you should know.
The post 7 Indigenous-owned Etsy shops that need to be on your radar appeared first on In The Know.
More from In The Know: