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  • Writer's pictureRachel Red-Horse

Shop Native Valentine's List 2023

Valentine's Day is fast approaching and we’re still trying to figure out what to get for the people we love, and ourselves, and we thought some of you might still be on the hunt as well. To help out we’re sharing where we plan to shop this year. Spoil the people who mean the most to you with something from one of these companies and support the Native community while you’re at it! Don’t forget to get something for yourself and hint at what you want, self love is important too!

Owned and run by Natasha Seymour, Native Glam Beadwork showcases not just beading but quill work, bone work, and abalone. Make sure to set your alarms for February third so you can snag a pair during the next drop!

Lingerie and clothing company owned by sisters Madi and Jordan Craig, Shy Natives is hell bent on reclaiming Indigenous bodies and sensuality. Their products are gorgeous and their mission is one of the utmost importance. Their latest launch, the first of their lingerie, released this past Wednesday the 25th, so go check it out!

Founded by Karla McNeil Rueda, Cru Chocolate is sustainably sourced using top notch ingredients. The creation of Cru came from Karla's roots as a Honduran woman and the significance cocoa plays culturally as well as wanting to create quality products without compromising. I promise you won't regret buying anything Cru makes, our personal favorites are the spiced chai drinking chocolate and and the flor de maíz bar.

*All images used with permission and provided by companies mentioned in post

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