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THIS International Women’s Day if you’re looking for to support your fellow ladies, why not support a female run business?
We’ve picked out some of our female founded brands to love and support this International Women’s Day; with gorgeous products you can love safe in the knowledge you’ve supported your sisters.
Here are our favourite female founded brands to love this International Women’s DayCredit: Getty Images – Getty
From beauty brands, jewellery lovers, independent handbag makers, and gorgeous female fashionistas; there are plenty of women supported, made and ran businesses that we’re loving at the moment.
We’ve put together our top picks, and our female ran business to support this International Women’s Day; and beyond.
Glossier, the much loved beauty brand is the brain child of Emily Weiss, having evolved from her blog ‘Into the Gloss’.
Celebrated for it’s effortless vibe, affordable price points and products loved by celebs and women on the street, its a must have for any beauty fan.
We are huge fans of their cult items including Boy Brow, Cloud Paint and Futuredew; and we implore you to get shopping – you won’t regret it.
2. Never Fully Dressed
Set up by found Lucy Aylen, and her female led team, Never Fully Dressed is the place to go for iconic knits, must have dresses and iconic wrap skirts.
We’re in love with their patterns, gorgeous fits, and uber flattering styles; all whilst always championing women.
3. Laura Gravestock
Laura Gravestock started her self named jewellery brand in 2009, inspired by her childhood in the Middle East, Spain and her home in East London.
Loved by celebs including Taylor Swift, and Gwyneth Paltrow, her affordable, super cool pieces are a must have.
Her classic personalised pieces have long been a hit with shoppers, and her new Femme collection “celebrates the essence of modern day woman, and everything we do”.
Tala is the brain child of fitness Youtuber, Grace Beverly.
Grace Beverly is the owner, founder and chief executive of Shreddy, a hugely popular fitness app; and Tala, an ethical athletic wear retailer.
Tala, an affordable and ethical retailer, has been a huge hit with shoppers, with a 92 per cent upcycling rate.
We’re huge fans of the bright coloured, no frill designs in comfortable fits that ensure you’re performing your best.
Meanwhile, those looking for exercise to do in their new gear should check out Shreddy, Beverly’s incredibly popular fitness app, you can download it here.
5. LRM Goods
LRM Goods is the home to personalised bags you won’t want to put down.
Designed by friends Libby and Rachel; “two ladies with a love for personalisation” at a price everyone can afford; their stunning handbags are always high on our wish list.
With a gorgeous range of every day and occasion wear, their handbags have been spotted on the likes of Vicky Pattinson – who they now have a collection with, Holly Willougby and more.
Best sellers include their gorgeous circle Rosie bag, and we’re currently lusting after the Emma Croc – both personalised of course.
You can shop LRM Goods on their website, and Not On The High Street.
6. Olivia Rose
Looking to get ruched this summer? Olivia Rose’s gorgeous made to order dresses and tops are for you.
Each garment is made to order in the UK, so you can be sure there’s no aste.
An independent, slow fashion label, it’s the brain child of Olivia Rose Havelock, who designs, makes the gorgeous romantic pieces on her site.
Think “lots of lovely textured shirring, larger than life puffed sleeves, elegant squared necklines and ethereal waist cinching bodices”.
7. Molby The Label
Molby the Label is a handmade to order slow fashion brand from Karina Molby; and we can’t wait to get our hands on her dresses.
With gorgeous gingham patterns, super cute necklines and uber flattering fits; it’s the place to go for summer dresses everyone will be wanting.
New styles drop each weekend but, each piece can take up to five hours to make, so make sure to allow up to 21days for the making and sending of your items.
We love Rixo, with their gorgeous patterns and super cool dresses.
Created in “205 in the London living room of best friends, then students Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey”, their dresses are easy to wear, feminine shapes, with high quality materials.
With an inclusive and empowering ethos, their hand printed prints, and timeless silhouttes are designed to flatter every woman.
Refy is here to help you bring you brow game.
Founded by influencer Jess Hunt, the beauty brand is aiming to ‘redefine beauty’, with their vegan and cruelty free beauty kits.
Thei popular three step Brow Kit, £40, is available to buy here, and comes in light, medium and dark.
It consists a sculpt, pomade, and pencil; and is designed to make bad brow days a thing of the past.
10. Edge of Ember
Edge of Ember is one of our favourite sustainable jewellers, stared by founder Lynette Ong which has grown into an all female operation in Central London.
They love to help customers made empowered choices about fashion, and nothing could be truer than their latest Liberty Collection.
Like the rest of their collection it uses sustainable jewels, and has been “inspired by the spirit of female empowerment” and features “goddess and water symbols accents, evoking a sense of self-love and freedom”.
Whats more this International Women’s Day, they are supporting Women for Women International, with £15 from each sale of their Fearless necklace going towards supporting a women survivor of war.
Co-founded by Ulrica Roberts, NURVV is a revolutionair running wearable, that tracks data from your feet.
Providing you with the power to adjust your performance in real time, it’s a must have for runners.
It’s loved by the one and only Kelly Holmes, and is an official partner of England Athletics too, so you’re in good company.
You can shop NURVV from Selfrdiges.
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