Charitable, Luxury, Women Owned, Discount Available
Created in 2015, Kultured Misfits is a lifestyle, sport and ready-to-wear brand based out of Atlanta, Georgia. With a heavy influence from culture found in music, film, and art, we are driven to create timeless work by portraying an aesthetic that is uniquely our own to impact our everyday life.
Kultured Misfits is more than just a clothing line; it’s a lifestyle, a movement for kultured individuals everywhere. Determined to cater to a unique group of people that defy labels, stereotypes, and the boring norms that have yet to include misfits. Now, these misfits are the threads of society that hold us together. They encompass a body of knowledge that creates such a kulturally rich society, but somehow don’t fit in with the crowd. From artists, scholars, creatives, and dreamers...misfits are regarded collectively.
So you’re probably wondering what a Kultured Misfit is, right?
Imagine someone who knows no bounds in their journey. The outsiders. The nomads. They listen, learn, create, and can put the pieces of the puzzle together and give true meaning to living. From the outside looking in, they are true individuals without a doubt. They were never meant to fit in a box, and probably didn’t notice the box to begin with. We believe that the only way kulture will redefine itself is if we have the mentality of a misfit.
Home & Garden, Candles, Home Fragrance, Decor, Lifestyle, Arts & Crafts
Free Shipping, Women Owned, Family Owned, Made in America, Handmade, Natural, Cruelty-Free, Vegan, Discount Available
We've always wanted to own and operate a business and create a legacy for our children. Since we love burning scented candles, we decided to embark on our journey of becoming Black chandlers. In our research and preparation to begin candle making, we learned that most of the candles we purchase from popular candle companies were made with synthetic fragrances that contained highly toxic chemicals known as phthalates and were made with paraffin wax, which is a petroleum-derived product. We decided, from the beginning, to use only the healthiest ingredients in anything that we make and sell.
This candle business has been a blessing for our family as we and our six children have all been able to participate, discovering, utilizing, and growing our talents, from sales, marketing, fragrance creation, production, shipping, logo design, and social media management. We love interacting with customers and fellow candle lovers, whether in person at artisan and craft shows, or online, via social media.
Health & Beauty, Wellness, Home & Garden, Candles, Decor, Other, Fashion, Accessories, Lifestyle, Miscellaneous
Free Shipping, Luxury, Women Owned, Family Owned, Handmade, Natural, Discount Available
Soul Impactful strongly believes in the divine power of the universe and we also believe that every being has access to this Source.
Most just don't know it!
Our purpose is to provide you with tools to aid you in your spiritual journey and cheer on your glo' up!
We want to help you become your most authentic self and get to know yourself spiritually.
We have worked hard to offer products and merchandise to guide you every step of the way!
No matter what part of your journey you are on, we will always have something for you!
It is said on the other side of change, you can find what you are truly capable of...
The stars are already aligned in your favor.
Home & Garden, Decor, Other, Parenthood, Children, Lifestyle, Miscellaneous
Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Handmade, Natural, Cruelty-Free, Discount Available
Founded in 2019 by Ogechi Harry, and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, ụlọ offers unique, African-influenced, ethically-made bedding and other homewares.
ụlọ means home
In Ogechi’s native language, Igbo, “ụlọ” means one’s home or house, but it also means proverbially, the place where one comes from.
"Home is the backdrop to our memories and the place where stories live."
The search for more
When Ogechi was expecting her first child, she wanted to decorate the nursery with African-inspired bedding and home décor but all she could find was the typical cliché safari theme with the usual suspects - the lion, monkey, and elephant. “I wanted something that offered a more modern and diverse portrayal of Africa that reflected African experiences influenced by a global perspective. We and the continent are more complex than a safari.”
Recognizing this void in the market, Ogechi decided to change the narrative. She created ụlọ to convey the diversity of African perspectives through inspiring, premium homewares for those who, like her, appreciate a home style that reflects a global perspective.
Making a difference
At ụlọ, we are passionate about doing good. We strive to provide the highest quality products that are toxin-free, benefit communities, respect and preserve traditional artisanal processes, and are good for the environment.
Home & Garden, Candles, Home Fragrance, Decor, Wedding, Holidays
Free Shipping, Luxury, Women Owned, Made in America, Handmade, Natural, Cruelty-Free, Vegan, Discount Available
'Moods, by Yemmie' is a luxury candle brand. The candles are designed to #setthemood and are crafted with high-quality and safe ingredients. Each candle is made without toxins, parabens, and phthalates. So go ahead, pick light a candle, and #setthemood!
Amethyst By Grace (Amethyst) is a rekindled project from my college days and due to COVID-19, it has been the proof I needed to confirm that it's never too late to accomplish a goal. It stands out, even in this early stage, as a company built on the principles of mental wellness, self-care, and respect for others. And I do my best to incorporate those principles into the products I sell.
I love the idea of surrounding myself with positive and inspiring messages to remind myself to love, care, and celebrate myself. I want my customers to feel the warmth and comfort I feel when I wear my favorite leggings or hugged in an Amethyst hoodie.
I hope you find these collections as the little reminders that you are absolutely amazing, and you have always been enough.
About me: My heart is happy with a glass of chardonnay and the Great British Bake-off playing in the background. I enjoy traveling to other countries with friends (curse you, COVID-19!) and volunteering at my church. I am an Army Reservist and I recently adopted an adorable pumpkin spice pitbull, named Simmy.
Jacquelyn Roberts founded 3-Piece on one basic principle. She wanted to give good and beauty to the world. Roberts started the company in 2004 after deciding it was time for her to begin honoring her dream and her truth. She founded the company with only four scents: Live, Love, Sing, and Dance. Making candles and creating scents is her gift. Although Jacquelyn does not have a lot of formal training, her inspiration comes from unexpected places. Sometimes she smells something that she wants to recreate. She has turned many of her favorite scents into candles. Other times her inspiration comes from single words or quotes. Jacquelyn enjoys her craft, and her passion for creation is shown in all of her products.
African American business owner Sharon Brown wanted to create a legacy. That’s why she started her company, A Gift of Elegance. She took a leap of faith and launched her line of beautiful and elegant handmade gift baskets. This black-owned business stemmed from Brown’s love of weddings and home decor, and it is now the premier luxury gift shop in Savannah, GA. Brown’s passion, combined with her elegant style, creates the perfect gift each time. Customers can feel the love in her work as soon as they lay eyes upon her baskets. This black-owned company is a one-stop-shop for all gift needs. Its mission is to bring its customers joy, happiness, and beautiful gifts.
Home & Garden, Decor, Parenthood, Fashion, Clothing, Childrens, Accessories, Scarves, other, Office, Paper & Stationery, Other
Adia Jamille is one of our unique black-owned companies. Its owner carries the same name. Jamille has been creating from a very young age. It’s the one thing that has always been natural for her. Throughout her lifetime, she has explored various art forms. She tried drawing, painting, etc. The one that speaks most to her soul is fiber arts. Growing up, her mother was an avid quilter, and she also sewed a lot of Jamille’s clothing. These processes were always interesting to Jamille. Still, it wasn’t until college that she found her calling in the fiber arts. Jamille spent hours honing her craft and eventually very good at embroidery, weaving, and screen printing. Later she learned that her enslaved ancestors worked on indigo plantations. The African American business owner now realized why she had such an affinity for the fiber arts. Adia Jamille produces quality home goods, accessories, and gifts in pursuit of her passion.