Who run this motha!? GIRLS! It is officially Women’s History Month and we could not be more excited. It is no secret that women have not always been written about in history books and like the great species we are, some great women decided to exhume change. In 1978, the Education Task Force of the Sonoma County (California) Commission on the Status of Women initiated a “Women’s History Week” celebration which soon bloomed into Women’s History Month. By 1986, 14 states had already decided to deem March the month to celebrate all things woman. A year later, Congress made it official. So in the spirit of this glorious month, we know you are going to be protesting and fighting the power and we want you to do it stylishly. Here are some fun, bold and socially conscious items to keep the hope alive.

Stay Cute — Fight Like A Girl Baseball Bomber — $68

Every girl loves a nice bomber and this Stay Cute design is especially dope with the “Fight Like A Girl” design on the back. The future is female and this jacket screams “Try me!”

 

 

 

 

 

 


Notorious R.B.G. T-Shirt — $20

Ruth Bader Ginsberg played no games is notorious for her constant fight for women and human rights. We love the play on words because R.B.G is the equivalent to the Notorious B.I.G in the feminist game. You can also customize your choice of t-shirt, hoodie or baseball shirt.

 

 

 


Perks of Aurora — Strong as Hell Mug — $18

Hit Netflix series, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is one of the most feminist shows right now. In the opening, there’s a guy saying, “Females are strong as hell.” Well, sir, you are correct. This coffee cup is perfect to sip your coffee while you sitting in your morning meetings. Your male counterparts may be less likely to challenge your new ideas.

 


Social Decay — Girl Gang Tote — $16

 

Looking for a new bag? We are obsessing over this Girl Gang Tote. If you are heading to the library to study, you can throw your favorite books in this bag. If you’re a super mommy, you can throw your little one’s needs in this bag too. No matter the occasion, this Social Decay bag will get the job done.


Aahs — Girl Boss Name Plate — $13

Whether you place this on your desk at work, home or in your dorm room, people will know to address you as the bomb girl boss you are!

 


Valfre — Grow-A-Pair Denim Jacket — $83

Girls just want fundamental rights and we are firm believers that if you have no uterus then you are not allowed to have an opinion. Valfre created a trendy and socially conscious denim jacket to project that message.

 

 

 

 

 


Sonix — Girl Gang iPhone 6 / 6s Case — $35

On January 21st, the women of the world proved that we are a super determined and eclectic girl gang. Let’s keep that message going by rocking girl gang gear and this iPhone case will help do just that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Shop BLK — Coretta & Cardi B. Shirt — $25

For the sophistiratchet feminists, this is for you. *cues I am Every Woman* Sometimes you are classy like Coretta Scott King and then there are times you gotta pull a Cardi B. and wild out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Crown and Glory — Feminist Headband — $29

A good headband goes a long way so why not rock one to show appreciation to the women who fought for women’s rights.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Wild Fang — Wild Feminist Beanie — $32

Wild Fang described this item, “Because every voice needs to be heard.
Because we stand taller when we stand together. Because we are not finished yet. Because of this, we choose to be Wild.” What they said.


Dior — We Should All Be Feminists T-Shirt

During the Women’s March this past January, Rihanna rocked a shirt that read, “We should all be feminists.” We saw this trend so much during NYFW in February with Jonathan Simkhai’s “Feminist AF” design and Prabal Gurung’s finale of T-shirts covered in slogans reading “Revolution Has No Borders,” “I Am an Immigrant” and “The Future Is Female.” You can purchase Rihanna’s shirt from Dior for $700 and the proceeds go to Rihanna’s charity,The Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF) which the bombshell created to support and fund​ education, health ​and emergency response programs in impoverished areas around the world. You can also head to Etsy and snag it for $15.

Now we know this is a pretty dope list but let us know which products you can’t wait to snag. We want to hear from you in the comments.

Written by: Joce Blake, Senior Fashion Editor

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