Black-Owned Accessories To Pack For Your Next Road Trip
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Black-Owned Accessories To Pack For Your Next Road Trip

Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Oct 9, 2020

Hitting the road this fall? Trust us when we say that you don’t want to leave home without these must-have, Black-owned accessories. From marble pipes to handmade pocket-sized wallets, we’ve got you covered.

1. Lotus & Layne Leather Goods

Lotus & Layne is a Dine (Navajo)/Black-owned luxury leather goods brand based in Cornfields, AZ, which is located on The Navajo Nation, USA. Their immaculate, handcrafted leather goods are the perfect accessory for any road trip. Check out the keychains and mini-wallets that can fit in your pocket and go wherever your travels take you.

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2. The Dream Sleeve

Add some flare to your morning coffee while you hit the road with these extraordinary, hand-made coffee and tea sleeves from The Dream Sleeve.  Each sleeve is bedazzled with words like “Boss”, “Champ”, and “Queen” to keep you motivated throughout your day.

3. Actually Curious

“A card game that brings people closer together,” Actually Curious is the perfect tool to have on hand for a long car ride. The game’s mission is to spread empathy, by helping players build connections through meaningful questions.

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4. Canna Luxe

If marijuana is legal wherever you are heading, then you don’t want to forget your luxury smoking accessories. From pipes and bubblers to ashtrays and grinders, Canna Luxe has it all, made with the grown and sexy in mind.

5. Shades of Shades

Luxury, nude eyewear for nearly every skin tone, Shades of Shades are the sunglasses to elevate any outfit.  The brand was developed out of frustration with the lack of full representation of the shade of nude, within the fashion eyewear industry. Thanks to Founder Marsha Douglas-Sydnor’s vision, you can now shop 14 shades of nude eyewear.