Glam Hoarder is a Black woman-owned accessory e-boutique and style apothecary. The owner Tiffany Ware, also the founder of the non-profit organization, The Brown Girls Project, is a native Cincinnatian.
The company is run from Cincinnati, Ohio, but sells nationally and internationally through its website. The website launched in July of 2019.
Glam Hoarder is dedicated to upgrading the look of every woman with fun and unique accent accessories ranging from fabulous earrings to statement necklaces to headwraps to handbags. Their goal is to help their customers learn their style ID, hone their personal style, and find affordable pieces that speak to their fashion personality.
Those who need a little assistance in pulling their looks together can opt to “shop by style”, visit a ” style house” and pull already curated items that work together with the style they want right into their cart. It’s like having a personal stylist just a click away for every outfit or occasion!
Those who already know their style ID can “shop by item” and find unique pieces to add to their looks.
Glamhoarder.com also houses several unique special interest shops:
The Obsidian Man Shop for men’s accessories including cufflinks, lapel pins, tie and pocket square sets and bracelets.
The Divine Nine Shop for all black greek accessories
Love Wins Shop for pride and lgbtqia+ accessories
Mojo Shop for motivational and inspirational jewelry including necklaces, bracelets and journals
The Brown Girls Project Shop that houses all of the culturally influenced, ethnic and handmade pieces using authentic Ankara and kente African fabric, positive self-talk and black pride pieces and the line of t-shirts developed to fund all of the events for The Brown Girls Project.
If you are in search of affordable, accessories that become conversation pieces when you walk in the room give Glam Hoarder a try.
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