7 Black-owned businesses to check out while holiday shopping

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Heart & Sole Sneaker Boutique is one of the Black-owned businesses in Huntsville you need to visit this holiday shopping season. (Heart & Sole via Facebook)

Hopefully, all of you are well into your holiday shopping, but if not — hey that’s nothing to be ashamed of — here’s an idea when you head out to do more shopping: support Black-owned businesses in Huntsville.

Here are seven Black-owned local businesses you should visit during your holiday shopping this year:

pHree Living Co.

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pHree Living Co. specializes in women’s wellness products. (pHree Living via Facebook)

Located at 1420 Paramount Drive in Huntsville, pHree Living Co. is owned by Krystle Nicole, a certified Womb Practitioner. A Womb Practitioner focuses on holistic wellness for women.

Check out pHree Living Co.’s website for more information.

Dionicio’s Closet

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Black-owned businesses like Dionico’s Closet can make a great stop on your holiday shopping list. (Dionicio’s Closet via Facebook)

Dionicios Closet is a luxury brand that specializes in formal clothing for men, women and children. Owned by New York native Rasheem Pittman, this is a custom clothing brand that focuses on providing custom suits, shirts, shoes and more.

Book your consultation online.

Heart & Sole Sneaker Boutique

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Get the latest in sneaker trends at Heart & Sole Sneaker Boutique. (Heart & Sole via Facebook)

Looking for the latest in sneakers? Look no further than Heart & Sole Sneaker Boutique in Huntsville. Located at 1420 Paramount Drive, this is one of Huntsville’s coolest Black-owned businesses.

Heart & Sole is open Wednesday through Saturday from 1PM to 7PM.

For more information check out their website.

Dapper Dude

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Dapper Dude is run by designer Derrick Raimey, Jr. (Dapper Dude Collection via Facebook)

This Huntsville-based online men’s accessories business is operated by Derrick Ramey, Jr. Ramey designs custom bow ties and lapel pendants that spark style inspiration and encourage conversations. And even better, these accessories are the kind that will be passed down from family members and to friends.

Support Black-owned businesses by visiting Dapper Dude online.

Zenzele Consignment

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Zenzele Consignment has great clothing at incredible prices. (Zenzele Consignment via Facebook)

Zenzele Consignment is the primary economic development initiative of the All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) which sustains AAPDEP’s critical programs that build dual and contending power for African communities all over the world.

Shop online or at their store located at  2205-F, University Dr NW in Huntsville.

Two Broke Teachers Store

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One of the more niche Black-owned businesses in Huntsville is the Two Broke Teachers Store. (Two Broke Teachers Store via Facebook)

A fantastic gift shop located at 101 Clinton Ave in Downtown Huntsville, Two Broke Teachers Shop specializes in gifts for teachers. And we all know that teachers are probably the most deserving of gifts this time of year!

Visit Two Broke Teachers online!

Nathan Mason Hats

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Nathan Mason Hats is an exclusive hat brand that specializes in making custom sized hand made and handcrafted fur felt hats. (Nathan Mason Hats via Facebook)

Owned by Reginald Sherard, Nathan Mason Hats got its brand name from Sherard combining the first names of his three sons — Nathaniel, Jordan and Mason — and the shop specialized in custom-made and handcrafted fur felt hats.

Reginald describes his hat making style as a combination of “modern and classic” as he uses both vintage and 3D printed tools to bring the imagination of the customer to life.

Nathan Mason Hats is located in Parkway Place Mall. You may also visit the store online.

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Michael Seale
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