Black Friday is the perfect opportunity to put your thumb on the scales of economic justice and #SpendLikeItMatters at Black-owned businesses.
Gifting season is officially underway, and we’ve released a large selection of gift guides for you to shop and browse diverse local businesses. But — we’ve created a special gift guide to make it easy to find great gifts that support Black-owned businesses in the Greater Seattle Area.
Check out our picks and be sure to tag us on Instagram and Facebook with your holiday purchases.
Give the #BlackOwned Gift of…
Health and Wellness
Online Yoga Classes – Be Yoga Burien, Maya Whole Health Studio, Kanjin Yoga
Unique Online Fitness – Move2Center Studio
Infared Sauna Session – City Sweats
Personal Training – Project 968, Junction Fitness
Guided Virtual Self Massage – MassageFit
Online Cycling Class – The Ride
Stretch Therapy – Stretch 22
Professional Photography Session – Ike and Tash, Kariba Photography, Space Misfits Photography, Danielle Motif Photography, Raw Images Photography, Ashley Kay Photography, Emazing Photography LLC
Peace of Mind
Whole House Cleaning – Downtown House Cleaning
Eyelash Extensions – Wisp Lash Studio
Luxurious Skincare – QueenCare
Beautiful Floral Arrangement – Fortunate Orchard, Flowers Just4U
Chic New Outfit – Rabecca Onassis Boutique, Exclusive Boutique, Satori Boutique
Beautiful New Mask – Mac Fashion House
Wine Club Membership – The Wine Alley, Footprint Wine Tap
A Cool New T-Shirt – Platinum Plush Fashions
Timeless Jewelry – Valerie Madison Fine Jewelry
Fashion Subscription Box – Lika Love
Beautiful Candle – The Shoppe Seahurst
Sleek Stationary – Adorned Abode
Their New Favorite Book – Estelita’s Library
Crystal Healing Jewelry – Ola Wyola
Food and Drink
Gift Certificate from Intentionalist’s Gift Certificate Marketplace – Amy’s Merkato, Baked From the Hart, Boon Boona Coffee, Central Cafe and Juice Bar, Conscious Eatery, Fat’s Chicken and Waffles, Flowers Just4U, Geo’s Cuban Bar and Grill, Marjorie, Métier Brewing Company, Pam’s Kitchen, Poco Wine & Spirits, Simply Soulful, Taste of the Caribbean, The Station, Zuri’s Donutz
Thanks for all that you do to #SpendLikeItMatters! Discover awesome brick + mortar small businesses in your community, suggest your favorites, and be sure that you’re following us on social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter).
Intentionalist is your local guide to small businesses and the diverse people behind them. We believe that where you spend your money matters, and we’re sure glad you do too! Whether you identify as a localist, activist, or just a good neighbor, we make it easy for you to connect with, learn about, and support small businesses in your community through everyday decisions about where you eat, drink, and shop.
One response to “Shop Black-Owned on Black Friday”
Thank you!! I just purchased a mask from Mac Fashion House 🙂