Women Owned Businesses to Shop 2022

Women Owned Businesses to Shop 2022

March is Women's History Month. Shop and support Women owned businesses this month and every month!

Werk Mija: A Latina lifestyle brand empowering mujeres to reach their highest potential. Shop apparel, accessories and home goods that represent your cultura.


Chicago For Keeps: Embroidered apparel, accessories and custom goods business donating a portion of their sales to small non-profit organizations helping Chicago communities.

Saucy Apothecary: All natural apothecary saucing things up by incorporating spirituality and promoting the arts.


Brujita Skincare: Conscious skincare. Celebrating the misfits that the natural beauty market left behind. 

Mirasol Accessories: Accessories inspired by the flowers and colors of the Latinx culture. Each accessory is made in Léon, Guanajuato, Mexicos leather capital.

Pocha Pets: Fashion for pets handmade in Mexico.


Papelitos Lindos: Stationery and greeting cards. Representing cultura through stationery one papelito at a time.

I Love Chamoy: Sugar Free Chamoy.


Karina Mora Prints: Photography helping people see beyond the margaritas, tacos stereotypes, to the heart of Mexico. One piece of art at a time. Shop calendars and stickers. 

 Mestiza Shop: Chicago based LatinX gift shop. 

Lunadis Apothecary: Handcrafted intentionally charged candles, oils and tools to aid in your spiritual and magical practices. 

Angmir Hecho Con Cariño: Creating somewhere over the rainbow. Sharing love of flowers, la luna and all magical things.

Loquita Bath and Body: Self care brand for Latinx and 90's lovers.

La Casa Calderon: Handmade products sourced from P'urhepecha and Chichimeca territories.

 Las Crafty Anties: Art and accessories for the colorful soul. 

Wicked Wick Candles: Reike infused goods to support self-care, healing and magick. 

Canna Bella Lux: Cannabis accessories boutique. 

Vive Cosmetics: Transformative beauty with a dash of cultura. Inclusive and conscious products solo para ti. 

 The Lip Bar: Vegan and cruelty free makeup. 

Mented Cosmetics: Vegan, paraben-free, non-toxic and cruelty free makeup.

 Alamar Cosmetics: Cruelty free cosmetics. Latina owned. 

 Luna Magic Beauty: Beauty, cosmetics and personal care. 

 Birdy Lashes: Vegan, cruelty free lashes. 

 Victress By Lili: Cosmetics and empowerment.

Vela Negra: Hand poured, vegan, coconut, soy candles. Inspired by heritage and home. Afro Latina Owned. 

Twenty8Ink: Latina owned stationery and design studio.

Kikas Jewelry: Trendy, chic fashion jewelry, accessories and more.

Dulce Bella Sweets: Custom sweets business.

Mota Magick: Products infused with plant medicine and healing energy assisting in the journey of self-love and compassion.

G Bella Custom Designs: Custom crafts. 

JT'ees: Custom apparel and accessories.

Lovely Little Things: Lovely accessories for lovely vibes. 

Zola Skincare: Skincare using earth's rich and natural ingredients. 

Buena Body: Vegan bath and body products.

Miel Y Canela: Intentional self-love and spiritual healing products.


Support Local Women Owned Businesses in The Chicagoland Area

Juice Vibe Bar: Healthy, vegan and natural smoothie and juice bar.

Borinken Cakes: Puerto Rican Cupcakes in Chicago. 

Six Aces Kusina: Kusina at Panaderya. 

Rae Lou Creative: Chicago based weddings, private events, custom builds and experiential designs.

Ris Events: Chicago based event and wedding planner.

Pasele Señito: Chicago based cultural gift store.

Semillas Plant Studio: Plant shop and gardening store.

Plant Salon: Plan shop specializing in beautifying people and plants.

Plant House: The first Latina owned plant shop in Waukegan. An inclusive and safe space for everyone. (Located in Waukegan, IL).

Flores By Alba: Flower arrangements, where quirky meets classy.

The Groove Chi: Yoga, Barre, Pilates, Apothecary and Cowork. 

 Good Beauty Chicago: Good vibes, good hair, good beauty.


Werk Mija is Latina Lifestyle brand based in Chicago who is committed to supporting and promoting other small Latinx and BICOP owned small businesses. 

Back to blog