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If you’re not supporting Native American-owned brands throughout the year, now is the perfect time to start. November is Native American Heritage Month, and it’s the perfect opportunity to educate yourself about some of the incredible Native American-owned brands creating beautiful items for your closet, home and more.

Whether you’re looking for a special item to treat yourself to or you want a truly memorable gift for someone on your holiday shopping list, check out a handful of our favorite finds from Native American-owned brands below. Support these businesses this month and throughout the year.

Bedré Fine Chocolates White Fudge Twists, $4.99

“You’ve never had a chocolate treat like this before: white fudge-covered corn twists. They’re sweet, salty and deliciously crunchy.” — Ellie Conley

$4.99 at Bedré Fine Chocolates

Mahota Okcha (Life) Blanket, $320

“This stunning blanket is like a work of art. It’s the perfect accent for your sofa or bed that’s sure to be an instant conversation starter.” — Jeanine Edwards

$320 at Mahota

Kotah Bear Turquoise Butterly Studs, $40

“These beautiful turquoise earrings are handmade and feature a butterfly design set in sterling silver.” — Julia Webb

$40 at Kotah Bear

Naiomi Glasses “Dreaming of Turquoise” Floor Rug, $163

“Designed by 7th generation Diné rug weaver Naiomi Glasses, this colorful rug is based on one of her original woven pieces and is inspired by her love of turquoise.” — Laura Clark

$163 at Naiomi Glasses

Urban Native Era Paisley Silk Shorts, $175

“These paisley unisex shorts by Urban Native Era are a re-release from the brand’s 2021 SOVEREIGN collection. Wear them to sleep, out and about or while WFH (we won’t tell your boss).” — Sarah Weldon

$175 at Urban Native Era

Bison Star Naturals Red Lavender Soap, $12

“Don’t just buy a bar of this handmade red lavender soap for yourself; it also makes a great gift for family, friends and loved ones.” — Jeanine Edwards

$12 at Bison Star Naturals

Indigenous Cosmetics Moroccan Miracle, $35

“This Indigenous-person-owned cosmetics store is known for selling products made with natural ingredients in small batches and this oil is one of its best sellers.” — Moriba Cummings

$35 at Indigenous Cosmetics

Cheekbone Beauty Sustain Lipstick in Aki, $24

“Cheekbone’s Sustain Lipstick comes in multiple shades, but Aki may be the perfect red for every season.” — Ellie Conley

$24 at Cheekbone Beauty

Emme Studio Peridotite Jacket, $360 (Orig. $450)

“Green is clearly having a fashion moment, and this trendy yet classic jacket is the perfect addition to any wardrobe. Grab the matching pants for a truly *chef’s kiss* look.” — Sarah Weldon

$360 $450 at Emme Studio

Ioway Bee Farm Pure Honey, $15

“Honey is a staple in most kitchens. Get it fresh from the Ioway Bee Farm, which is owned and operated by the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.” — Ellie Conley

$15 at Ioway Bee Farm

Calling Mountains Throw Blanket, $92

“Add some color and dimension to your couch with this stunning throw blanket. It’s 100% cotton, and the design was inspired by culturally significant mountains like Denali, Humphrey’s Peak and Blanca Peak.” — Julia Webb

$92 at Eighth Generation

The Round House signed by author Louise Erdrich, $17

“Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louise Erdrich (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) opened her Native-focused bookstore in Minneapolis in 2001. If you can’t make it to her store, you can order a signed copy of one of her books (or a selection of other great books) from the shop’s website.” — Laura Clark

$17 at Birchbark Books

B.Yellowtail Indigenous Beauty Silk Scarf, $90

“Perfect as an accessory in your hair or draped from your handbag, this silk scarf is a gorgeous piece that’s sure to garner lots of compliments.” — Jeanine Edwards

$90 at B.Yellowtail

Ginew Wax Canvas Rider Jacket, $428

“Known as ‘the only Native American denim brand,’ Ginew has some of the most well-made clothing that will last you a lifetime.” — Moriba Cummings

$428 at Ginew

Prados Beauty Matriarch Brush Set, $45

“Perfect your makeup routine with this 13-piece brush set from Prados Beauty. Not only are the brushes sustainably made and cruelty-free, but the deep lilac color amps up the luxe factor like no other.” — Sarah Weldon

$45 at Prados Beauty

Sweet Blends Four Soap Gift Set, $52

“Treat yourself or your friends this season by gifting them Sequoia Soaps! This gift set includes four large soaps: Red Clover, Strawberry Rhubarb, Moon Dance and Beautiful Day.” — Julia Webb

$52 at Sequoia Soaps

B.Yellowtail Elk Ivory Necklace, $60

“If you’re a jewelry lover, don’t wait to pre-order this one-of-a-kind necklace. It’s the perfect everyday piece that will complement everything in your closet.” — Jeanine Edwards

$60 at B.Yellowtail

The Sentence by Louise Erdrich, $18

“Birchbark Books is an online and physical bookstore in Minnesota that features a large collection of books written by indigenous authors as well as books about indigenous peoples. The Sentence was written by the store’s owner.” — Moriba Cummings

$18 at Birchbark Books

Sky Eagle Collection “Jubilee” Lace Ribbon Dress, $260

“Osage designer and veteran Dante Biss-Grayson has given the traditional ribbon skirt some gorgeous extra layers with this beautiful floral dress.” — Laura Clark

$260 at Sky Eagle Collection

Birch Bark Coffee Inukshuk- Medium/Dark Roast, $13

“All of the Birch Bark Coffee beans are ethically-sourced and SPP certified, meaning that it’s grown and produced by farmers that are Indigenous descendants. Try the medium/dark roast, which has notes of molasses, sweet spices, dark chocolate and a hint of smoke.” — Ellie Conley

$13 at Birch Bark Coffee

Vintage Guatemalan Neon Stripe Jacket, $250

“Looking for a standout piece to add to your wardrobe? This gorgeous jacket from 4KINSHIP is the perfect topper to any look.” — Julia Webb

$250 at 4Kinship

There There by Tommy Orange, $17

“Birchbark Books is an independent bookstore with a major online selection that focuses on works by Indigenous Americans. If you haven’t read 2019 Pulitzer Prize finalist There, There by Tommy Orange, order it from Birchbark Books.” — Sarah Weldon

$17 at Birchbark Books

SheNative Goods Tori-Lynn Bag, $195.95 (Orig. $389.95)

“This leather bucket bag has delicate cut fridge and was originally designed by Tori-Lynn Wanotch, an indigenous designer based our of Meadow Lake, SK.” — Moriba Cummings

$195.95 $389.95 at SheNative Goods

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