Katie created 1124 Clothing with inspiration from the quirky town of Denton she lived in while going to college and passed along the town’s vibe of seeking unique and meaningful ways to express yourself through the line.Read More
Shop Alice & Trixie
Scouting for fashion finds at the age of 10, Angela, encountered her first fashion fix: hot pants. Determined to turn her passion into a career, the native New Yorker later enrolled at FIT and simultaneously landed a job at one of NYC’s premiere boutiques where she would eventually become the head buyer. She went on to found the iconic Alice & Trixie.
Fun Fact: the collection was named as a playful tribute to the heroines of the 1950’s sitcom, The Honeymooners.Read More
"Go conquer the world — we will make sure you look damn good doing it." is Armoire's mantra, and we're obsessed. How does it work? As a member you rent four curated pieces of clothing for $149/month, delivered straight to your door. Exchange for new styles of high-end items whenever you’re ready. The result: a polished style, without any of the time or effort.
Bonus: they also sell signature BSS LDY PWR tees, grab yours here.Read More
A few years back, Jennifer asked herself, “Why can’t I find the best selection of fashionable activewear all in one place?” To find her answer, she did what any woman would do if she wants something done right—she did it herself.Read More
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The Bee and the Fox was created by wife and husband duo, Ashley and Willy, the first project they've collaborated on, besides raising their two boys.
While Ashley was creating stunning photographs, Willy craved a career that allowed him to feel as happy as his wife's photography made her. With their talents combined The Bee and The Fox was born. Together, they create clothing for adults and little ones, home decor and one of a kind photography prints.Read More
At 53, after seeing all that the current market has to offer, she decided to create her own line of sleepwear that has support for women who have fuller bust lines and trim frames.
Leveraging her Kickstarter campaign to perfect the sizing, Sandra has created a product she is proud of and will soon introduce a new Busty Bride Nighty to her line.Read More
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.Read More
Leah had been ordering them on Etsy when she realized she could buy fabric and whip a pair herself in twenty minutes. Soon, Chaboukie was brought to life.
Chaboukie is a responsibly made, fashion-forward, unisex, overall awesome baby and toddler clothes.Read More
Shop Classic Rock Couture
Claire started treasure hunting when she was seven years old, exploring her mother's wardrobe from the 70's. Now that she's an adult, and thrift stores are plentiful, she makes a profit from her passion with Classic Rock Couture.
Pieces from Claire's collection have been spotted on celebrities like Miley Cyrus, who wore a Rising Sun bomber jacket on a promotional ad for #MileyWeek, in which Miley performed every day for a week on The Tonight Show.Read More
Shop Future is Latina
Natalie lives and breathes to empower her fellow Latinas, and works to reclaim Spanish slang wth traditional negative connotations through statement shirts, pins, and more.
Her famous The Future is Latina tee has been spotted on lady bosses across Instagram.Read More
Collaborating with Nordstrom, the collection embodies the style we’ve come to love from following Julia’s adventures with husband Thomas around the globe.Read More
Shop Girlfriend Collective
ICYMI, Girlfriend Collective offered free leggings for the price of shipping a year back. The too-good-to-be-true leggings are made from 25 recycled water bottles and are sustainably made in Hanoi, Vietnam. Did they live up to the hype? Us ladies at Dough vote a resounding YES (we may even be typing this wearing Girlfriend leggings now).
Ellie and husband + co-founder, Quang have since added a variety of colors and have extended the collection to include bras and tops.Read More
The duo believes fashion can be the most effective medium to bring about change. Actively seeking out influencers that share similar values, GLO partners with bloggers, fashion experts, and makeup gurus, to facilitate meaningful conversations with their communities.Read More
Shop Jen Zeano Designs
Jen is an adventure seeking flower child. Mexicana and proud, she believes any occasion is good enough to celebrate and will never turn down an opportunity to spread kindness. Her clothing line is a celebration and we've all got an invite to the party. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In her own words she creates rad things, for free spirits. From tees, to stickers, from throw pillows, to dad hats, there is something for everyone with a wild heart. Gina Rodriguez has even been spotted wearing her Latina Power tee.
Shop Jenks Fashionique
Ikaneisha got the idea for her business, Jenks Fashionique, when she was a newlywed. She was homeless, unemployed and dealing with depression.
In her darkest hour, she decided to see the light. She wanted to create a business that had the chance to make a difference in women’s lives. Her idea would combine the boutique experience online along with a place where women like her could come to learn about business and boost their confidence in the process by providing free or low cost business guides and lessons for new entrepreneurs.Read More
Michelle left her senior-level job at Victoria’s Secret to create a brand that addressed the needs of women she felt her old employer had been neglecting, including comfort and maternity.
Where Victoria Secret's vision was fantasy, steered largely by men, Michele created Lively to cater to real-life situations for women, including pregnancy, without sacrificing style.Read More
Ashley always dreamt of being an entrepreneur. When she caught a glimpse of her frumpy pajama-clad reflection in the mirror one evening, she finally found her product. Craving sleepwear that reflected the woman she felt like, she created Lunya.
At Lunya, Ashley creates gorgeous sleepwear, for women, by women. Their curated collection solves for specific sleep problems — hot sleepers, cold sleepers, midnight nip slips, and wake-me-up wedgies — each piece designed to work together to meet your sleep needs.Read More
Shop Mariposa Vintage
Conchi has dedicated her life and her business, Mariposa Vintage, to rescuing beautiful, colorful dresses that deserve another chance at life. In the days of fast fashion, vintage finds are becoming all the more popular.
She searches high and low for her favorites, spruces them up, gets them ready to be loved by a new owner and then sells them in her shop, Mariposa Vintage.
Her heart also goes out to natural fibers and you will also find fine vintage linen, silk, and cotton in her shop.Read More
Sarah founded Mersur to inspire women to be the muse of their own lives. Her line of beach gowns, swimsuit cover-ups and resort style dresses epitomizes the jet setting, endless summer feel of Southern California and Rio de Janeiro.
On a mission to empower, a percentage of sales is donated to Stoked, a non-profit which employs the sports, cultures, and industries of action sports to propel youth from underserved communities to successful futures.
She searched high and low to find the perfect swim suit that could keep up with all of her energy and desire to still look good. Countless swimsuits later, Helena decided she had to take things into her own hands.
She created Mi Ola, a brand that creates chic, high-performance swimwear for an active lifestyle. Surfing, yoga, bouldering, you name it and these suits can take it and make sure you feel like the gorgeous woman you are.Read More