The main purpose of my blog and social platforms is to share a daily dose of vintage fashion and interiors. I’m proud to support so many vintage shops, especially because they are all small businesses. Now more than ever, it’s important to put your support in small and diverse businesses and today, I’ve gathered some great Black owned vintage shops so you can do just that. I hope from today and beyond, we remember to show our support with the money we spend. Every dollar counts towards using your voice for good.
I can’t say enough about the owner Staci and her incredible eye for vintage artwork, ceramics, patterns, and Regency furniture. The shop’s showroom floor changes often (since things sell quickly) so you can easily visit on a weekly basis and find new items. Staci loves vintage and especially loves inspiring and helping you find the right pieces for your home. She’s one of my go to people when I need incredible statement pieces to pull together a space.
A great spot for eclectic decor, original artwork, and mid-century furniture. Owner Angie’s showroom is FILLED with goodies, so make sure to schedule enough time to browse through all the things! If you need help, Angie will help you find exactly what you need and always comes through with the perfect piece
Aarica’s shop is filled with effortlessly stylish vintage and upcycled handmade pieces. My favorite pieces are her scrunchie tops – vintage tees that she reworks into crop tops with an elastic waist.
Moya’s space is a must-stop for me during every Rose Bowl Flea Market. Some of the most popular pieces I own (my fringe sweater coat and chenille cropped jacket) have come from her shop. She has an incredible eye for unique vintage pieces.
The first thing you’ll notice when you come across Retro Blades at the Flea Market or Vintage Show, is owner Ronnie’s personal style. She’s a showstopper and seriously one of the most stylish women I know. Her curated collection of vintage pieces is just as fashion forward.
Owner Avry sources colorful, bold, and fashion forward pieces that you can shop online and through her curated drops. She also has a personal Instagram that you can follow for outfit inspo and more. A new-to-me store, but I’m following along for her drops so I can shop.
One of the first black owned vintage shops I followed on Instagram and Etsy, I was drawn to the impeccable styling and the keen eye for jaw dropping vintage pieces.
Natasha curates home goods, fashion, and accessories for her online shop. I love seeing her at the flea market since she’s always stylish. While I love bold and colorful pieces, what draws me to Natasha’s collection are the effortless, cotton, and gauzy pieces that you can wear and still look on point.