Brother Vellies’s designer Native Strong Resilient Indigenous shirt. Aurora James made a similar argument in a recent Instagram post, urging major retailers like Sephora and Whole Foods to buy at least of their products from black-owned businesses. “So many of your businesses are built on Black spending power,” she wrote. “So many of your stores are set up in Black communities.” If retailers were able to make the pledge, she continued, then “real investment will start happening in black businesses which will subsequently be paid forward into our black communities.” In the spirit of such investment and redistribution of wealth, you can help black business owners by purchasing from them directly.
Native Strong Resilient Indigenous shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
I started off the week with strong dad vibes. I just bought this Levi’s shirt online and I love its split-personality print. I paired it with my latest obsession—cargo shorts!—and some sleek jewelry in an attempt to dress it up Native Strong Resilient Indigenous shirt. Comin’ in hot on a Tuesday! I love the flame print on this R13 shirt. It gives me a fiery jumpstart to my day (get it?) Since it’s so bold, I paired it with simple pleated black shorts and a subtle gold pendant necklace. I’m going for cool, not Guy Fieri. Although not mad at that comparison, either. There is nothing I love more than a floral shirt, especially this silk style by Onia. I paired my Dion Lee bandana-print tank under it for a dash of print clashing. Then I finished it off with classic jeans, which, yes, I’m still wearing in quarantine. I almost exclusively wear camp-collar shirts, and I love the patchwork print on this Stella McCartney style. It’s groovy without being overbearing. I paired it with my current favorite necklace, by the indigenous designer Warren Steven Scott. I also recently discovered these neon Nike kicks from my high school days and am obsessed with them again.
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