6 Woman-Owned Brands with Vegan Gifts

It's that time of year when people keep saying "it's that time of year" you know what that means... holiday shopping. As an eco-conscious person, I try not to buy stuff for myself or others that isn't needed, but sometimes it's nice to #treatyoself or a friend to a special present.

Ashlee Piper mentions in her book "Give a Sh*t: Do Good. Live Better. Save the Planet" that Americans, on average, spend 55 minutes a day looking for things**, what!? That translates to about 2 weeks a year of looking for stuff. I don't know about you, but I'd rather enjoy doing things (or relax), than look for them! **stats cited in book

So...if you are shopping for prezzies this holiday season, I encourage you to shop small, thoughtfully, and woman-owned. Check out some of my favorites below that offer vegan options for the animal lover in your life.


This sustainable slow fashion brand makes THE comfiest clothing. No lie, sometimes I turn their clothing inside out and wear it again when I really don't want to do the laundry...aka every week. It's called being sustainable.

Women wearing Miakoda Headband in white and black slouchy pants

Two of my most worn pieces are their Slouchy Pant and their Zero Waste Headband. These headbands are made from leftover and scrap fabric. I recommend grabbing yourself two... one to wear out for days your hair doesn't cooperate, and another to keep your hair out of the way when applying a face mask.

Wabi Sabi Botanicals

Speaking of facemasks... I can't get enough of Wabi Sabi's Valley of Light 2-in-1 Mask. I'm usually that person who switches skincare products like it's nobody's business, but this is one mask I keep coming back to over and over again. Not only does it work great, it smells like cocoa, is PETA Certified, and for every jar sold, one tree is planted! Pottery idea: make your own bowl to mix your mask in with our ceramic clay kit.

Woman applying cocoa mask from Wabi Sabi Botanicals

Covet + Lou

Okay, you've been warned... when you shop for a gift at this online women's boutique expertly curated by Tina Burgos, it's impossible to not buy something for yourself. My favorites are their playful, organic cotton checkboard towels from Baina, smokeless incense from Bodha, and teas featured in the pantry section.

 Baina towels, tea and bodha incense from Covet and Lou

P.S. if you live near Newton MA, stop by their gorgeous new store to browse in person, meet their adorable shop pup, and grab a Pottery with a Purpose DIY Pottery Kit. I'm honored to be on their shelves this holiday season!

Pottery with a Purpose 

Whether you snag some tea and incense from Covet + Lou or indulge in some you already have, our pottery kits make the perfect complement. You can handcraft your very own ceramic mug using our Beginner Ceramic Clay Kit or Hot Cocoa + Clay Kit which comes with a vegan hot cocoa bomb, or skip the trip to the kiln and mold an incense holder with our Beginner Air Dry Clay Kit.


Soko's jewelry is not only beautiful, it's also ethically made by artisans in Kenya who earn more than 5x an average artisan worker. I rarely take off my day-to-day jewelry, but when I do it's to put on my Tulla Outline Threader Earrings and stacking rings.

Soko Jewelry Earrings and Rings in Silver and Gold

These ain't your grandmas dried flowers ya'll. Steph's floral designs are funky, colorful, and are sure to bring a smile to your face. I love that each one is unique - and that I don't need to change any water.

Hand holding dried flower bouquet


Have you seen our PwaP x inFlower Flower Vase Pottery Kit? It includes everything you need to sculpt and decorate an air dry vase to display the included custom mini bouquet. Check it out here.