There are brands who talk about empowering women to feed into the timely narrative, and then there are brands who are actually doing it by providing inclusive sizing and a genuine presence in women's everyday lives. Sometimes it's hard to discover the ones in the latter group, especially when the first item that pops up when Googling "feminist gifts" is that "The Future Is Female" t-shirt everyone and their mother owns.
Here, we rounded up the perfect gifts for the badass women in your life that speak to everything feminism stands for—equality, empowerment, and freedom—from brands that are doing it right.
Harper Wilde's limited-edition “Together” bra is a daily reminder that women can and should lean on each other for support. For every bra purchased, five percent of sales will go towards the National Organization for Women whose mission is to "protect the rights of women and marginalized communities across the country."
Keep a copy of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's We Should All Be Feminists close to you. Then give it to all of your male friends.
If she's an SNL fan, encourage your friend to indulge in a little self-care and light up this candle with feminist icons Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Without resilience, we wouldn't be able to fight the hate and misogyny women experience on a daily basis. This card case is a reminder of that.
Where would we be without our girlfriends? This fun circle tote is too good not to get one for your best friend...and yourself.
Before we are feminists, we are humans. For each 100% Human product sold, like this cute cotton tee, Everlane will donate $5 to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
Gloria Steinem, Amelia Earhart, Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Spend a Friday night in with this "Nevertheless She Persisted" puzzle piecing together inspirational quotes from some of history's most empowering women.
In her stunning memoir, Becoming, former First Lady Michelle Obama leads by example in owning your power no matter who you are or where you came from. See what Marie Claire's online book club, #ReadWithMC, thought of the memoir here.
She'll love to lounge around in this simple, limited-edition crew neck t-shirt. 50 percent of the proceeds will support Girls Inc., which aims to empower young women through advocacy and education.
Alala's hoodie says it all: We are strong. We are courageous. We are empowered.
At the end of a long
day year resisting the patriarchy, we all just need to sit down on the couch and pour ourselves a good ol' glass of wine. Winc partnered with New York Times best-selling poet Atticus to create a collection of bottles that remind us of the love we deserve to receive.
Have you seen a more perfect addition to a jean jacket than this "Get Information" pin?
Chromat's inclusivity is visible on its runways. It feels good to support a brand who makes it their mission to celebrate women of all shapes and sizes on a daily basis. Plus, this racerback one-piece is just really cute.
Amanda Lovelace, a champion of feminism through her brilliant works of poetry, created a 2019 "Women Are Some Kind of Magic" calendar with necessary reminders like, "Repeat after me: You owe no one your forgiveness."
Hello, I would like to request this RE/DONE "Not Yours, Never Was" shirt to wear after every male interaction I have.
Honor women like Serena Williams, Rosa Parks, Hillary Clinton, and Frida Kahlo by wearing this lightweight scarf. It features hand-drawn illustrations that represent each women's mark on history.
Incase they needed another reminder that it's our bodies and we can do what we want with them. Eyes up here, folks.
If she takes her laptop with her everywhere, she might as well add a little message of resistance on it with these super affordable girl power stickers.
When you want to get the message across a little differently, Eileen Fisher's "The Future Is Female" morse code t-shirt gets the job done.
In Helena Rackitt's The Art of Feminism, the author illustrates how feminists have shaped our world today through beautiful art from 1857 to 2017. Use it as decor for your coffee table after delving into all 272 pages.
After equal pay and the freedom to choose, that's all it really comes down to, right?
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