Shopping for Holiday Gifts: Indie Storefronts

By: Anime Feminist November 23, 20200 Comments
chibi Main from Ascendence of a Bookworm wielding a magic wand

With end-of-year holidays around the corner, here are some cool online stores run by marginalized creators to consider supporting.

screenshot of the Adorned by Chi webshop

Adorned by Chi

Magical girl comic site selling a variety of products, including an official Hello Kitty collab.

pins from Iconografi's storefront


Shirts, jewelry, and accessories inspired by anime and manga, for the fan who likes stealthy merch.

a Moonies club sticker

The Moonies Club

Shirts, stickers, and bags created by the Sailor Moon Fan Club podcast.

shot of prints from the michiums storefront


Art studio with lovely art available as prints, bags, zines, etc.

the extremely pink Coco Kuma Studios front page

Coco Kuma Studios

Kawaii clothes both ready-made and custom-order for fans of pastel aesthetics.

Sailor Moon inspired rings


Pricier but gorgeous handmade jewelry inspired by magical girls.

patches and keychains from the Fox Flight store page

Fox Flight Studios

Shop specializing in Kingdom Hearts and LGBTQ+ themed patches and pins.

Didn’t find what you were looking for? Check out these two amazing mega-lists with photos and links to each shop’s various web presences:

A Big List of Black-Owned Kawaii Brands

A Big List of Black-Owned Goth/Punk Brands

Editor’s Note: This is not a sponsored post, just some sellers whose products we personally think are neat.

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