Did you know that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are not purely about the savings?
Sure, the deals are fantastic and definitely cause for shopping. But what if we told you there is a way you could get the deal and still support small, local businesses?
Supporting local during your holiday shopping extravaganza is a great way to stimulate our economy and prop up small businesses that make our community thrive. In a way, this will also add sentimental value to the presents you gift to friends and family since they come directly from the people in your hometown.
This Black Friday and Cyber Monday, consider taking your holiday shopping to these boutiques, vendors, and small businesses that are unique to Fort Lauderdale.
This small, online business was started by two locals residing in the FATVillage arts district. Their journey to solve one of society’s most prevalent and distressing conditions led to the creation of their hallmark product, The Shift.
The Shift is a holistic tool that teaches users to harness the power of breathing to reduce stressful triggers and physical symptoms associated with stress and anxiety. It also doubles as a beautiful piece of jewelry. It’s like two gifts in one!
Komuso’s mission to improve the lives of those dealing with stress and anxiety has taken their brand worldwide, however, they still maintain their hometown spirit and love for Fort Lauderdale.
You can join their emailing list to receive discounts for your Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, as well as some great tips for surviving the holiday season.
Acacia is an eclectic boutique with a rich ambiance full of South African art and accessories, designer jewelry and unique home decor. They have been a staple in Fort Lauderdale going on ten years! The owner, Siegi Lindsay, is a South-African native and a welcoming presence to be around. She possesses a distinct, worldly style and loves sharing her passion for art with her patrons. In Acacia, every artifact has a story — one that Siegi will happily share with you. This Black Friday, Siegi is showcasing beautiful handmade treasures from around the world. Be sure to stop by and explore her shop in the Gateway Shopping Center. You never know what gems you will find there.
The last art walk of 2019 is the Saturday after Black Friday. The event will be packed with local vendors selling original art, handmade goods, vintage clothing and more. There are so many options at art walk, you’re bound to find a perfect gift for someone special (yourself included). We’ve also heard buzz that C&I Studios is releasing a new clothing brand, so be sure to stop by the bar Next Door for the details!
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