Black Owned Baby Clothing Lines You Need to Support!

As a new mom, finding southern inspired baby clothing and accessories is of the utmost importance to me. I am a sucker for classic silhouettes, stripes, and monograms. What better way than to shop for baby clothing than by supporting a black-owned business. Here are a few of my favorite black-owned baby clothing lines. These baby lines are high quality and perfect heirloom pieces to save as keepsakes for your child.  Take a look at the Black Owned Baby Clothing Lines You Need to Support! Be sure to share images of you and your baby on social media using the hashtag #blacksouthernbelle and tagging us on social media.

Because of Zoe

 In 2015, Shunta traded billable hours for this hair bow company.  She believes in celebrating the JOY in every day and have built Because of Zoe Designs by designing handcrafted hair bows using premium fabrics and providing our loyal customers (known as “bozlovers”) with a one-of-a-kind customer experience!  Find out why my bozlovers love hanging out with Shunta each week over in our private Facebook group by joining us here.

Savvy Kids Clothing

If you are looking for classic southern baby style? This Black Southern Belle owned brand is exactly what you are looking for. Perfect for the mom who loves smocks, stripes and all things Southern!

HBCU Pride & Joy

HBCU Pride & Joy® is an upscale baby boutique dedicated to the next generation of HBCU fans. We pride ourselves on offering a wide selection of officially licensed gear for babies, toddlers, and youth, so each purchase supports our beloved HBCUs.   Founded in 2013 by two graduates of Florida A&M University, HBCU Pride & Joy strives to be the premier provider of HBCU collegiate children’s apparel. We are committed to providing you with the highest quality merchandise, stellar customer service, and a unique and seamless purchasing experience.

Michiel Perry

Michiel is a Black Southern Belle living a lowcountry life. I love all things fashion, home decor and southern! When I am not running around doing fun stuff for Black Southern Belle, I live in antique stores and have a minor obsession with historic homes 🙂

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1 Comment

  1. September 11, 2019 / 12:36 am

    It has been extremely difficult to prosper as black owned. I know there is definitely a market for my designs but I just can’t seem to find a way to tap into a buying market. I refuse to give up my dream but in the mean time I have to hold on to my day job.

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