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Rock Your Latina Pride with These Products You’ll Love

There’s something to be said about supporting your people. Your community, your gente. And, as I’ve said before, I really think Latinos need to come together and support one another, regardless of their nationalities. We need to support our businesses too. There are so many Latinas and Latinos doing GREAT things! There is so much creativity, joy, craftsmanship and talent in our community.



So today I want to share some of my fave Latina-owned businesses so you can discover some new ones and show them some love (just in time for Hispanic Heritage month, and go ahead- add some of these to your Christmas list!). Go ahead, rock your Latina pride with these products! 


Rock Your Latina Pride with These Products 

Annie the Alchemist

I met Annie at the Recla.Ma Summer Solstice retreat. She brought us to tears while she was balancing our chakras. Annie has a great line of tees and other items that will help you live your best positive and balanced life. (My personal faves are trust your intuition and buena energía). 

You can order on AnnietheAlchemist.com 


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Mommy style blogger & plant expert @happygirlblog_ in our “Buena Energia” tee.

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Chasing Camilla 

Chasing Camilla’s founder, Melissa Rojas, created her company when she became a single mom. She says Camilla is her inspiration and strength. 

She has a great line of tees, purses made in Mexico, and beautiful earrings like Mickey Mouse serape ears (OMG!– see image above!) 

You can order here: www.etsy.com/shop/ChasingCamilla 


Botanika Beauty 

I’ve been following Ada Rojas, the founder of Botanika Beauty for a few years now, back when she was Gypsy in the City. Ada inspires me with her confidence and her love for herself, for her curls, for her curves. It was only a matter of time before she blew all of us away with another amazing project: Botanika Beauty is her new haircare line.

Order at Botanikabeauty.com 


Claudia Ramos Designs

Claudia Ramos designs not only keychains like this awesome one you see here, she also designs beautiful embroidered artwork, stickers, cards, pins and magnets (check out the Frida Kahlo magnets here). 

Check out Claudia’s shop here. 


Hija de tu Madre 

I love love love this mug! It’s a constant reminder that we have to keep going, “echarle ganas”! Hija de Tu Madre doesn’t only have mugs, they’ve got name plates (like this Latina nameplate!) and Bruja earrings (check out these bruja earrings!

Check out all the awesome products by Hija de Tu Madre here. 


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It’s only Martes, Mija! ¡Échale Ganas! 💖⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ #hijadetumadre #hdtm #echaleganas #makejefamoves #spanish #mug #enamelmug #matcha #cafecito #latina #latinx #pink #white

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Lil’ Libros

Lil’ Libros are a must if you’re raising bilingual kids! I love all their books and their games (Lotería and matching cards!) Lil’ Libros was created by Patty Rodriguez and Adriana Stein who, like many moms raising bilingual kids, saw the need for quality, beautiful board books for our little ones. They’ve been featured in publications like Forbes and the LATimes  and their books are available in Target. These books make the perfect baby gifts and are also great for your Spanish toddler playgroups! 


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Books that celebrate and introduce our little ones to history’s movers and shakers. 📚📚📚

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Mercadito del Encanto

I’m obsessed with Mercadito del Encanto. Check out the poderosa earrings in the top of this post! 

Mercadito del Encanto is based in California, but they will deliver anywhere! 



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Today 11-4pm at the 16thSt. BART Plaza

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Raw Love By May 

We all know we’re living in a time where taking care of our planet is SO important. I love this set of reusable utensils by Raw Love By May. 



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Our #zerowastekits (aka our babies) are finally out of the oven and ready for there new home. . Mother 🌍 needs us ! There is no plan B ! This is our only 🏠 help me take care of it! Saving the 🌎 one straw at a time! . . . ♻️ If you have been thinking of reducing your waste or maybe even skipping the straw, well look 👀 no more! Our kits are super practical to take everywhere you go! ♻️I recently found out thru @jay_warrior that China was no longer taking our trash 😱🤯 Thats some Scary 💩 ! ♻️ Plastic straws are really bad for the ocean. It’s estimated that we use over 500 million every day in America, and most of those end up in our oceans, polluting the water and killing marine life. We want to encourage people to stop using plastic straws for good. ♻️Do you eat out ? Do you #postmates your meals ? Well, skip the cutlery for good! . . . DM to order yours today! . . . #zerowaste #lowwasteliving #lowwaste #conciousliving #zerowastekit #zerowastekits #metalstraw #ecofriendly #ecofriendlyliving #plasticfree #plasticfreeparent #shopsmall #shoplatinx #csunzero #csunzerowaste @csun_edu

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Reina Rebelde 

Reina Rebelde Makeup is absolutely gorgeous! I love the packaging, the colors and the quality of the makeup. Not only quality products, but also CRUELTY-FREE! 


ANYTHING from the Fierce by Mitú Shop 

Anything- and i mean ANYTHING – from the Fierce by Mitú will no only make you feel empowered, and bella  but it will make you feel LATINA AF. 

Shop the Fierce by Mitú collection here. 


Diana Limongi
Diana a mom, activist, nonprofit professional, podcaster and writer from Queens, NY. She writes about motherhood, activism, raising my multilingual kids, culture and travel. She and her multicultural family live in Queens, NY.

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