A Few Latina-Owned Businesses We Love <3

Updated: Feb 26

Today may mark the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month 2021, but The Cause Mall will continue celebrating the Latine community and highlighting businesses and entrepreneurs beyond its dedicated time of observance. As we continue to grow our platform, we want to highlight two businesses we discovered, shopped, and supported in the last few weeks.


In my last blog, Riley Moreno reminded us in her interview that it is important for the BIPOC community to show up to spaces representing our most authentic self. Here are a few brands and businesses that are Latina-owned, one of which partners with local artisans from which she is inspired, and the other which offers an inclusive space for self-growth and community!

 

At FEMX Quarters, you can DREAM, CREATE & CONNECT!


If you’re in the San Diego area and need to book a venue or studio, or perhaps you’re interested in community workshops, events and dance classes, then you should certainly check out FEMX Quarters! As the first Latin-owned event space in the area, their mission to create diverse and inclusive spaces for community, connection, and transformation is welcomed to modern entrepreneurs, changemakers, creatives, organizers, artists and more! On November 12th, FEMX Quarters will be celebrating its two year anniversary with a formal red-carpet, all white gala themed event. I’ve registered to attend and can’t wait to engage and celebrate their success. Click the button below to RSVP for their anniversary gala and other events, and stay connected via Instagram @femxquarters for more news!


 

A SMALL BUSINESS WITH A BIG CORAZÓN!



Shop Sololi, a Latina-owned online shop by Isabel Amigon, specializing in handmade limited edition accessories, gifts, home décor, bags and more. She started selling her art at the Hudson Valley Farmers Market in Yonkers, NY and has grown a large social following and gained mentions from top magazines like Oprah Magazine. Since her first trip to Mexico, Isabel fell in love with everything she saw and made it her purpose to help preserve the art, culture and heritage of Mexico. Partnered with local artisans in Mexico, she sources her merchandise in the most ethical way and even donates a percentage of her proceeds to nonprofits that support undocumented students in the Hudson Valley. Follow @sololishop on Instagram to view more products by clicking the button below.