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20 Latinx Clothing And Accessories Brands You Can Shop Right Now

Your next fave wardrobe piece is Latinx-made.

We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

While BuzzFeed celebrates Latinx Heritage Month, we also believe in highlighting contributions from Latinx folks year-round. Please enjoy this product post from BuzzFeed Shopping, the wonderful entrepreneurs who create these products and services, and know that you can enjoy these businesses well beyond this wonderful, dedicated month.

1. Hija De Tu Madre combines the worlds of fashion and Latinx identity into incredibly trendy apparel and accessory pieces. Founder and designer Patty Delgado describes the brand as "the perfect depiction of my cultural intersection".

Hija De Tu Madre

Get the No Me Importa Tee here and the Grey Latina Crewneck here.

You can shop their array of apparel and accessories here.

2. Kids Of Immigrants positively spreads the message that 'we are all cut from different fabrics, but together make a whole.' The brand was created by first-generation Americans Daniel Buezo and Weleh Dennis. Their minimalist yet colorful designs should be in your closet ASAP.

Kids Of Immigrants

Get the tee here and the sticker pack here.

Shop the brand here.

3. Jen Zeano Designs — a queer- Latina-owned lifestyle brand was started back in 2016 by couple Jen and Vero with their original design, "Latina Power". Since then, the brand has expanded into offering a large selection of must-haves including drinkware, apparel, and stationery. (And it's all incredibly trendy.)

Jen Zeano Designs

Grab the hoops here and the cropped sweatshirt here.

Shop the rest of the site here.

4. Peralta Project boasts a wide variety of products featuring pop art designs and cultural iconography. The brand is owned by first generation Dominican — M. Tony Peralta. From sweatshirts to pins to art prints, you're sure to find something from this trendy artist.

Peralta Project

Get the NY long sleeve here and the Nueva York Script necklace here.

Check out the rest of their site here.

5. Mia Golondrina works with artisans from all over Mexico to design modern clothing pieces that utilize traditional embroidery techniques. The brand was founded by Cristina Lynch who was inspired by her mother's Mexican heritage and love of Mexican art.

Mia Golondrina

They collaborate with various artisan communities, including San Antonino Castillo Velasco, San Vicente Coatlan, Chenalho, Chiapas, San Juan de Chamula, Hidalgo Yalalag, Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec, San Juan Colorado, among others as noted on their website.

Get the Valeria dress here and the Andrea long dress here.

Shop the rest of the site here.

6. Xio is an accessories brand owned by Ylette Luis (who actually happens to be influencer Kathleen Lights' sister)! You can purchase individual jewelry pieces or subscribe to their monthly Xio bag for a gorgeous new piece every month.

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Subscribe to the monthly Xio bag for $60/month (and choose from sterling silver or gold plated).

Shop the rest of their jewelry here.

7. Soraya Hennessy has you covered in the handbag department with their Venezuelan-inspired, Wayuu-woven pieces. Each bag is made by artisans in their own homes so there's no mass production techniques at play, no factories, and no big machines.

Soraya Hennessy

Owner Soraya Hennessy set out to work closely with Wayuu women to build respect surrounding the Venezuelan heritage with bags showcasing vibrant patterns and details.

Get the Leopard Shopper here and the Tropical Leopard Midi bag here.

Shop the rest of the site here.

8. GRL Collective offers an array of super aesthetically pleasing products from jewelry, to apparel, to stationery. They donate a portion of their profits to various organizations like The Sambhali Trust, Black Lives Matter, and RAICES Texas.

GRL Collective

Get the earrings here and the rainbow tank here.

Shop the entire site here.

9. Paola Vilas is a Brazilian-born jewelry designer who takes inspiration from the feminine form and turns it into stunning jewelry pieces. She works with various raw materials like marble to create one-of-a-kind pieces that are locally sourced in her hometown of Rio de Janeiro.

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Get the Louise earrings here.

Shop the entire site here.

10. Cuyana is a one-stop shop fashion brand that promotes a "fewer, better" mentality where customers should focus on purchasing fewer pieces but with better quality. This woman co-owned and run brand is sure to be home to your next fave handbag or staple wardrobe piece.

Cuyana

Get the v-back jumpsuit here and the silk striped bandana here.

Shop the entire site here.

11. Nalgona Positive Shop specializes in graphic tees for adults and youths with inspiring messages like "Brown Is Beautiful" and "Support The Dreams Of Young Girls Of Color". This small biz is Mexican- and woman-owned.

Nalgona Positive Shop / Etsy

Promising review: "I love that y’all have made available art that centers and honors these women and their role in the resistance. Furthermore, great quality! Thank you!" —Jaela

Shop their apparel and accessories here.

12. Pretty Thug New York offers an array of accessories for the "street-smart-but-sweethearts" of the world who embrace their own unique style. Owners Ariana Atwater and Destiny Hidalgo strive to work with women-owned businesses to help build their lifestyle brand of specially-curated pieces.

Pretty Thug New York

Snag the Cupito Baby Necklace here and the Geo Ring here.

And shop the rest of their site here.

13. Reb Dolls serves up some serious show-stopping looks that your closet desperately needs. Their site has a slew of different fashion categories like loungewear, dresses, and graphic tees. The brand is owned by Grisel Paula, a current New Yorker who was born in the Dominican Republic.

Reb Dolls

Owner Grisel wanted the brand to be inclusive of all sizes, particularly plus sizes where she felt there was a lack in trendy fashion for curvier sizes.

Get the Leopard Print Wrap Top here and the Black Classic Sports Leggings here.

Shop the rest of their site here.

14. Valfré is a Mexican-, woman-owned business home to the cutest accessories and home decor you'll ever lay your eyes on. This brand features one-of-a-kind graphics and designs so adorbs, you'll wanna virtually pinch their cheeks through your tech screen.

Valfre

Get the Cherry Lucy Earrings here and the Nobody's Darlin' Crossbody here.

Shop their entire site here.

15. Natali Koromoto Martinez illustrates and designs fun, unique products like these incredible Empanada keychains and pouches as well as a plethora of other graphic tees, home goods, and accessories. This Venezuelan-owned brand will for sure have you adding a ton of their cute items to your cart.

Natali Koromoto

Get the Empanada pouch here and the fruit throw pillows here.

Shop her entire shop here.

16. Clandestina is owned and operated by Idania Del Rio and Leire Fernandez. Their brand, which was founded in 2015, works with designers, artists, and creators based in Old Havana, Cuba. *ALSO* majorly cool — Clandestina is the first Cuban brand to sell online to the rest of the world! Check out their site for hats, totes, tees, and more.

Clandestina

Get the Actually, I'm In Havana tee here and the 5 panel hat here.

Check out the rest of the site here.

17. Martha Of Miami specializes in fun graphic designs that can be found on a wide variety of items like bucket hats, phone cases, tees, and even mugs! The brand is based in Miami, Florida.

Martha Of Miami

Get the Mal De Ojo bucket hat here and the But First, Cafecito espresso cups here.

Promising review: "Fast delivery, good service, we are so happy and I really recommend this place, thanks so much." —Doris M.

Shop the entire site here.

18. Coco And Breezy is owned by twin designers Corianna and Brianna Dotson and their eyewear has even been worn by Prince (yes, Prince). They offer optical glasses that can be prescription-personalized as well as sunglasses!

Coco And Breezy

Get the Moxi-104 sunglasses here and the Richfield-101 glasses here.

Peruse their entire site here.

19. Sunday Energy — your new one-stop shop for jewelry. The brand's mission is to get you started on the right foot with intentional jewelry pieces that will set the tone for the rest of your day. Put on your piece of Sunday Energy jewelry with new intentions for each day. The brand is owned by Melissa Flores, a Domincan-American you can also find through her YouTube channel!

Sunday Energy

Get the Grace bracelet here and the Rome ring here.

Shop the entire site here.

20. Eby has you set with the best, seamless undergarments like bras, tanks, and underwear. You can even build your own pack of 3 or 6 products to get delivered right to your doorstep. Eby is owned by Sofia Vergara and Renata M. Black.

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Shop the brand here.

Want more cool recommendations from Latinx-owned businesses? Check out 15 Latinx-Owned Etsy Shops You Might Want To Spend Your Whole Paycheck At or peep 19 Latinx Brands Featured In BuzzFeed's 2020 Mercadito!

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