5 E-Commerce Businesses You Should Know!

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5 E-Commerce businesses you should know!

As a former e-commerce entrepreneur myself, I’m always on the look out for chic online shops run by awesome enterprising ladies. By now, I’m sure everyone’s heard of #GIRLBOSS Sophia Amoruso of Nasty Gal, so I’m here to shine a light on a few people you may not know yet. Or, maybe you do...because they rock! Here are five woman-owned e-commerce shops you need to know (and support):

Love, Cortnie

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Cortnie Elizabeth, holding one of her handmade clutches

Fashion blogger Cortnie Elizabeth learned to sew only three years ago, and now she designs and sells her own line of super chic handbags and clutches full time through her shop Love, Cortnie! Want to know more about the lady behind the bags? Read my interview with Cortnie here.

 

KinkyCurlyYaki

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Celebrity hair stylist Suzy aka African Creature wearing KinkyCurlyYaki hair

After only three years of slinging fab natural hair extensions, Vivian K. of KinkyCurlyYaki has grown her business into a full time job! For natural haired ladies, switching up your hairstyle is a breeze with KCY’s high quality, textured human hair clip ins and extensions. Want to know what’s in store for KinkyCurlyYaki in the next year? Read up here.

 

Hippy Champagne

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Looking for funky vintage inspired artwork to hang on your wall? Look no further than Tiffani’s uber-chic shop Hippy Champagne. A self proclaimed hippy and glam girl, Tiffani loves mixing old and new in her artwork. To learn more about what makes her tick, check out my interview with her!

 

UrbanGirl

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If you’re looking to add a little glam to your workspace, check out UrbanGirl! Created and operated by Dyan Condry, UrbanGirl is the place to go for chic, feminine office supplies! Want to know more about Dyan? You’re in luck. I interviewed her!

 

Rachel Stewart Jewelry

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Rachel Stewart’s handcrafted jewelry and pins have been seen on fashionistas and celebs since 2008! Inspired by the natural hair movement, Rachel’s pins make a bold statement and I’m here for it! Delve deeper into the mind of Rachel by, you guessed it, checking out my interview with her.

What e-commerce businesses have you been stalking? Leave a comment below and I’ll check them out!

About the author

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Jacque Amadi is a former fashion entrepreneur and currently teaches young women how to start selling online- on a budget, of course. She blogs about small business solutions and online marketing over at Jacque of All Trades!