Posts tagged #IndigenousGoddess
B.Yellowtail by Bethany

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"I get to wear clothing that expresses love for my community and is deep rooted in my culture."

B.Yellowtail’s brand values reflect Bethany’s Apsaalooke (Crow) & Tsetsehestahese & So’taeo’o (Northern Cheyenne) tribal heritage. Their mission is to celebrate ancestral tradition through contemporary Native America clothing. It's all in their motto: Indigenously Designed for All.

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Chicks Love Candles by Christina

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Meet Christina. She opened up shop to create candles, something she thought women would enjoy and find useful at the same time. With yummy flavors like blueberry cheesecake, sea salt + orchid and vanilla hazelnut, she handcrafts each candle or wax melt (which can be made to order!) to make sure no two candles are alike.

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Milo’s Creations by Milo

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We’re crushing on Milo’s hand painted jewelry and her statement wool blankets. Her inspiration comes from studying her culture's, the Pueblo of Acoma’s, illustrious potters and her work often shares the stories of her ancestors.

Pictured: the "Whispering Blossoms" wool blanket tells the story of Spring in the Acoma Pueblo Valley, when the land yearns for moisture so the vibrant blossoms of the wildflowers can rise and bloom.

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Mudhead by Teresa

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We’re in love with Teresa's colorful, all natural, skin care line. MudHead's ingredients, which include wild chamomile, blue corn meal, and juniper berries, are harvested from the Hopi reservation in northeastern Arizona.

The story behind the name? The MudHead is a spiritual kachina who has a jovial, whimsical spirit, and is also a medicinal healer.

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