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15 Latinx-Owned Etsy Shops You Might Want To Spend Your Whole Paycheck At

From a Hot Cheetos keychain to handmade earrings, get ready to see so many items you'll probably want to add to your cart immediately.

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1. RossMiu has ~glitter-ly~ the best small accessories (i.e. pouches, card holders, totes, etc.) – you'll want to show them off to all your friends.


The shop owner, Rosa, lives in Mérida, Mexico, and hand-makes all the items in her shop. Unless an item is ready to ship, it take 2 to 4 business days to create and shipping takes 15 to 20 business days to arrive from the date it was shipped, not the day the order was placed. But the items are worth the wait, as reviewers rave about how beautiful and well-made they are.

Get the cardholder for $9 and the the rainbow pouch for $17+ (available with or without a hand strap).

2. MundoLatinx will get you decked out in streetwear and accessories you'll be proud to wear all over town.


Mundo Latinx sells unique Latinx apparel that celebrate Latinx communities. The tees are simple yet unique and are a way to show the world that you're here and proud of who you are.

Get the tee on the left for $24.99 (available in sizes XS-4X and in black and white) and the tee on the right for $24.00 (available in sizes XS-4X).

3. GildedNopal offers pins and prints that are so beautiful *and* also have very important messages that everyone needs to be reminded of every once and a while.


The name Gilded Nopal comes from "gilded" meaning covered in gold (and a play on the artist's last name) and "nopal," which is cactus in Spanish. The cactus is a symbol of Mexican strength and resilience, which is exactly what shows in the products. Martha, a digital illustrator based in Southern California, says that art is her therapy, happy place, and labor of love. She creates stunning pins you can adorn all your jean jackets with, prints you'll want to display for years in your home, and more.

Get the pin for $10.26 and the print for $10.

4. Lietofiore has drop-dead gorgeous earrings, hair accessories, and one-of-a-kind pieces to make any day a bit more glamorous.


The products are handcrafted in Puerto Rico. Shop owner Aleishla López discovered how much she enjoyed making bridal accessories and jewelry while planning her own wedding and now specializes in making them with a fun twist. The name itself means "happy flower" in Italian. And these pieces will definitely bring happiness to your wedding...or just on whatever day you decide to wear them.

Get the rainbow earrings for $66 and the brass hair clip for $51.

5. SheSePuedeShop creates simple yet stunning wall art you can download instantly and put on your walls. Everyone could use a little inspiration in their home.


The shop has the tagline "Art celebrating the unapologetic Latina," and that's what it is. The designs are simple, yet they make a big statement. Owner Elizabeth Reyes also creates fun greeting cards. All the items are printable, so you can have them in a matter of minutes.

Get the illustrated print for $5 and the Selena quote for $5.

6. JenZeanoDesigns specifically creates apparel and accessories for Latina Queens because it's 2020 and women are strong as hell.


This Texas-based lifestyle brand specializes in products designed for "sassy unicorns." Their unisex tees, pins, jewelry, and mugs has a strong attitude that can't be denied, especially now.

Get the pin for $10 and the shirt for $30+ (available in sizes XS-4X).

7. Pinetration818 designs unique and (often hilarious) pins depicting iconic artifacts and cultural symbols you'll want to buy for yourself and all your friends for their next birthdays.


Based in San Fernando, Pinetration818 has a wide selection of super unique pins at such a great price – you'll probably want to grab a couple to showcase on your backpack or jean jacket.

Get the Abuelita pin for $7 or the Vincent Fernandez pin for $7.

8. CandysKloset has adorable and quirky jewelry and accessories to give your outfit (or keys) a bit more flair without having to spend ALL your money.👏👏👏


In 2014, Jeanette Castro was a college student who was tired of spending too much money on accessories and decided she could make her own for cheaper (and better). The earrings, keychains, bracelets, necklaces and more are inspired by her culture and world around her. I mean, who doesn't want a Hot Cheetos keychain for the same price as just a couple of bags!?!

Get the sunflower earring for $5 and the Hot Cheetos keychain for $7.

9. GAG THREADS offers simple streetwear that'll pretty much make you say, "ME" as soon as you see it and then immediately add everything to your cart because it's a need not a want.


Shop owner Gabriela Guzman started the brand back in 2010 and has been hand-printing the items ever since. Based in Miami, she takes the hispanic influence and turns it into fun clothing and accessories to show off exactly who you are without saying anything. Now I'm going to go back to being socially unsocial...

Get the sweatshirt for $29.75 (available in sizes S-2X and in black and white) and the hat for $21.25.

10. SolProano designs and makes jewelry that combines her South American roots with American minimalistic style using mixed metals, leather, yarn, and silk for simple pieces that really wow.


Sol Proaño has been crafting fine jewelry for nearly 10 years, and her pieces are so simple yet breathtaking. They're made with recycled material whenever possible and also from materials from other US-based small businesses. Plus, a portion of all sales are donated to UNHCR, the UN refugee agency.

Get the dangle earrings for $74 (available in sterling silver and 14k GF and silver) or the necklace for $65+ (available in three styles).

11. AstraLunaArts offers illustrations that are beyond amazing — from custom ones (you can get of yourself) to badass females to other "nerdy" thing you won't want to miss.


Born in Costa Rica and a "proud Latina female artist with a love of all things geeky and fandoms," Diana K has been drawing and creating illustrations on Etsy since 2010. Her custom prints would be adorable as a wedding or anniversary gift, and then you might as well pick up a couple other things for yourself while you're there.

Get the custom portrait for $100 and the Princess Leia mug for $16+ (available in two sizes).

12. NalgonaPositiveShop is a go-to body-positive shop with tees, tote bags, and more printed with important messages that can't be ignored.


After not seeing her own experiences reflected in society, Gloria Lucas started Nalgona Positivity Pride, which is an organization that provides education and support for people of color who struggle with eating disorders and body image. The Etsy shop celebrates these warriors and the products help support the community and outreach.

Get the Ancestors Guide Me shirt for $26 (available in sizes S-3X) and the tote bag for $24.

13. AyMujer specializes in making original papel picado, (Mexican papercut flags and decor) that will be the perfect addition to the next party you throw.


A family business started in 2008, ¡Ay Mujer! makes original papel picado that's handmade in Indio, California. The beautiful hand-designed and cut decor is perfect for a wedding, baby shower, or just to add as decor to your home.

Get the Debussy banner (left) for $24+ (available in six sizes and three color options) and the talavera banners (right) for $22 (available in three colors).

14. SoniaLazoIllustrator creates dark yet beautiful illustrations turned into pins, stickers, shirts, and prints that'll leave you wanting more.


Based in San Salvador, El Salvador, Sonia Lazo's unique illustration style is a little disturbing, in the best way possible. You'll want to display these pieces all over because they'll get people talking.

Get the love hurts hat for $35 and the print for $22+ (available in two sizes).

15. LatinaMadeNotMaid is part of a movement to stop the stereotypes against Latina women and prove that they're more than what the search engine says.


Founded on the idea that Latina women are more than just what comes up with you search the phrase "Latina Made." Plus, a portion of the proceeds go to the Latina Made Not Maid Scholarship fund.

Get the t-shirt for $25 (available in sizes XS-2X and in six colors) and the button for $4.50.

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