Get Festive For the Holidays With Black Owned Brands

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 Chris Benson

With the holidays right around the corner, it’s time to plan.  In this post we review Christmas and holiday themed items from black owned brands. These include accessories and clothing, tree decorations and Christmas stockings, goods for serving, entertaining, and gift wrapping.  Greeting cards and pieces for celebrating Kwanzaa are included.  See the companies and product links for more details.

Some of the following are affiliate links.  As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.  This means at no cost to you, Shop With Leslie will receive a commission should you use the link in making a purchase.

Christmas Apparel

Home Decorations and Tree Ornaments

  • Goodee (advertisement) has a festive trim collection that include tree ornaments made of several textiles (e.g., Jipijapa palm tree leaves, ceramic). 

  • Restore The Hope (advertisement) offers HBCU black Santa figurines wearing the colors and logos of various historically black colleges and universities.

Greeting Cards

African American Expressions offers a selection of Christmas cards.  A large selection of cards are also available on Amazon (advertisement).

  • Woodson and Co. (advertisement) has an assortment of holiday note cards that are available in packs of 12. Multiple designs are available per pack.

Kwanzaa Merch


  • Wrapresent has a selection of culturally themed wrapping paper that include black Santas and angels.

In reviewing these companies and products, I hope you find holiday goods that work for you.

Happy Shopping! 

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