Feel Good About Treating Yourself by Shopping from these Feminist Luxury Brands

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Treating yourself to luxury products has never felt better – shop safe in the knowledge that these brands help to empower women and support Feminism. Start shopping below!

Naked Feet Shoes

This product was recommended by Ashley Culpepper from Consolidated Shoe Company

Naked Feet is the perfect feminist shoe brand because of it’s luxury statement making designs and sophisticated, independent attitude. Naked Feet is a capsule collection of casuals for the confident, modern woman. A statement of architectural lines and crafted details that transcend time with handcrafted, comfortable and effortless styles.

Vivienne Westwood

This product was recommended by Leia Kalani from Tropical Topics

This luxury designer has long represented the new wave of feminist thinking within the fashion world. Tight-roping the line between feminine and feminist, her designs scream women empowerment. With the goal of creating designs that are uniquely empowering of the female rather than a masculine imitation, any woman can feel bold and beautiful in her own way.

One Chapter Soy Candles

This product was recommended by Torrey Sanson from One Chapter Soy Candles

One Chapter Soy Candles was founded by my mom in 2006 after her 16 month battle with breast cancer. She loved making candles and decided to name the compnay One Chapter Soy Candles because she believes cancer was only one chapter in her life, not her whole book. I loved going to farmer’s markets with her as a little girl.

I loved to see the joy that her candles and story brought to people. The business faded after a little while, which saddened me. Now, 14 years later, I have decided to get the business back up and running. I have such a desire to share that joy with so many people! One Chapter Soy Candles is 100% women-owned and operated. We pridde ourselves on a great product and great customer service!


This product was recommended by Lisa Swift-Young from 4Curls

Soft, luxurious, and voluminous curls. Who doesn’t want silky, frizz-free curls that feel as smooth as butter? 4Curls offers eco-friendly, plant-based, ethically made curls butters. 4Curls butters feature mango butter infused with organic essential oils like sweet orange and peppermint. Our curl butters are available in two uniquely curated formulas: moisturize/hydrate and strengthen/restore. Both will wrap your hair in luxury, leaving it shiny and more manageable.

Dosha Mat

This product was recommended by Megan Smith from Dosha Mat

Pamper yourself with this luxurious premium acupressure mat. Acupressure is an ancient Ayurvedic treatment which is similar to massage, acupuncture, and reflexology. Acupressure works by massaging and stimulating key points on the body to promote deep relaxation and healing.

Acupressure mats benefit the body by relieving tension, soreness and pain in the back, head, neck, shoulders, hips, feet, and other parts of the body. Acupressure mats are also used to help enter a deep state of relaxation, enjoy deeper and more restful sleep, reduce stress, eliminate headaches, increase circulation, positively affect the nervous and immune systems, help muscles recover faster after exercise, and increase energy levels.

Dosha Mat acupressure mats are unparalleled in quality and beauty and are 100% eco-friendly. Each mat is carefully handmade using the highest-quality, hypoallergenic natural linen. Each mat also contains a removable cushion made of 100% natural coconut fibre. These mats also feature more than 4,500 high-quality acupressure points in the beautiful shape of lotus flowers.


This product was recommended by Alex Everakes from efg

Whether you are experiencing a lack of sleep due to increased anxiety, learning to balance working from home with a houseful of children, or are looking for a midday snack to keep you focused, ALTWELL has carefully curated and effective premium CBD-Infused products to help with one’s mind, body, and soul.

Also, ALTWELL is currently running a special product promotion called SHARE WELL, BE WELL. Consumers who visit Altwell.com to purchase products will now have the option to share a product. Once their purchase is made, Altwell will send one of their signature bottles of tincture to that individual for free.


This product was recommended by Kristen Conahan from SWP Collective

A Los Angeles based fashion company offering specialty pants for the woman who lives without boundaries. Think pants comfy as yoga wear, that don’t wrinkle, stretch or lose their perfect shape, but look as nice as a high-end pair of pants. A dream come true, really. Crafted with the comfort of leggings, the versatility of jeans and the sophistication of suiting, the California-based line sources the softest, strongest Italian jersey specially knit and sustainably produced in premium fabric mills. Each piece is proudly made in Los Angeles.

Trillion Candle

This product was recommended by Sanaz Aghachi from Trillion Candle

Women have made an incredible effort in joining the workforce, earning respect, and ascending to the highest position in the field. Once Sanaz found her passion for diamonds and started her first step into the diamond world, as the diamond industry is notoriously male-dominated, she wasn’t treated as her expected. However, external factors and pressures haven’t paused her passion; she went to GIA and got certified in diamond grading. Her talent combined with diligence contributes her excel in the pursuit.

Lily Kastur

This product was recommended by Vince Massara from The Podcast Digest

Lily Kastur brand makes Modern Workwear for Women so, the idea itself encourages women to look gorgeous, intelligent, and practical at their work offices. I think women at their work, need good fabric quality to feel comfortable and confident, and also, they need the outfit that helps them to look serious when it comes to work or business but also, shows their personality confidentially, and that’s what Lily Kastur does.

Divine Chocolate

This product was recommended by Dana Swinney from Dana Swinney PR

Ethically produced, Divine Chocolate is made with cocoa from Ghana, grown by the farmer members of Kuapa Kokoo. Kuapa Kokoo is a co-operative of cocoa farmers with over 85,000 members, over a third of whom are women. The co-operative emphasizes equal participation and equal access for women in cocoa farming, who have traditionally owned smaller farms and have less access to education compared to their male counterparts. Divine is the only Fairtrade chocolate company co-owned by cocoa farmers. Divine’s Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Truffle bar celebrates the collective efforts made by Divine and Kuapa Kokoo to empower women. Educating women improves their farming skills, provides opportunities to earn additional income and take on leadership positions, and influences their children to remain in school longer.

At Kuapa Kokoo, the cocoa farmers’ co-operative in Ghana that owns 45% of Divine Chocolate, the encouragement and mentoring of women has always been a priority, and thousands of women have learned income-generating skills that help bring money into the family when there is no cocoa to sell. About a third of Kuapa Kokoo’s membership (over 80,000 farmers) are women – yet, although many women have now risen to positions at national level, the proportion of women members is not yet reflected in the elected roles farmers can contest within the organization.

A survey shows that a significant cause may be the disparity in the literacy levels between men and women – illiteracy amongst the men is 65% while amongst the women it is 85%. To address this, Kuapa Kokoo is using financing from Divine’s Producer Supporting and Development fund (PS&D) and support from the Ministry of Non Formal Education to run adult literacy classes primarily focused on women. Literacy and numeracy classes have started which are run for two hours three times a week. These quite intensive programs have enjoyed really high attendance.

They have shown quickly how dramatic just a little learning can be. Just learning to write your name puts you in this position of being able to sign for things, and recording transactions. Learning to recognize and read a few local and common words is a step forward in negotiating your way around your world. When women gather for literacy lessons and skills training they learn more than what the class is teaching. It confirms to them how important and useful education is and makes them more likely to insist on their children going to school and not working on the farm.

Tory Burch

This product was recommended by Eugene Romberg from We Buy Houses in Bay Area

Tory Burch has been around since February of 2004, and since then – she has captivated the worlds of fashion and Earth with her boho styling of women’s apparel and her great footwear collections. I should know, I used to work for one of her stores in Southern California. She has always been a beacon for women empowerment, she even has her own foundation, the Tory Burch Foundation – which helps women pursue their careers of entrepreneurship, earn college degrees and to help women who are recovering from domestic abuse. With an inspiring movement behind her alongside great outfits, Tory Burch stands at the forefront of feminist luxury brands around the world.


This product was recommended by Maleeka T. Hollaway from The Official Maleeka Group, LLC

I recommend this brand because it was created by a former construction engineer turned hair enthusiast. Elizabeth dominated a male-based industry as an engineer and she channeled her femininity into a luxury haircare brand that inspires confidence from the inside out. The products are premium priced with luxury all-natural and vegan ingredients.


This product was recommended by Stacy Caprio from Deals Scoop

They offer products for sale that empower women to start businesses and grow businesses, including physical products such as journals and clothing, as well as digital products, courses and masterminds to help women grow their minds and incomes.

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