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In honor of women’s history month, we’re rounding up our favorite products by female founders and makers.

Let’s celebrate our collective contributions to art, culture, and society by supporting the work of these multifaceted womxn. Together.

Ordinary Habit: Community Puzzle by Shanee Benjamin

Immerse yourself in the act of puzzling while piecing together this artistic ode to feminism. Independent artist, Shanee Benjamin, uses her work to highlight the intersectionality and various identities that the female body takes. This puzzle is 100 pieces and comes with a drawstring bag and an artwork postcard.

Ordinary Habit: Indian Garden Puzzle by Bodil Jane

With bold colors and striking illustrations, this puzzle brings us extra joy. Designer, Bodil Jane, is inspired by female figures that are unapologetically themselves. (And, ummm, so are we.) The 500 pieces depict a dreamy version of India that’s easy on the eyes, and the fingertips. It comes with a drawstring back and an artwork postcard.

The Floral Society: Ceramic Cylinder Vase by Sierra Steifman

This ceramic cylinder vase is the perfect base for all of your blooms. The ribbed texture brings the timeless white ceramic material a modern edge. For the chicest results possible, mix in some branches and blossoms with your fresh florals.

The Breakfast Pantry: Glass Canister Starter Set by Jordan Kruger

Who says staying organized can’t be chic? Grab a set of canisters from The Breakfast Pantry, and decant all of your dry goods into the jars for the most beautiful pantry possible.

Morrow Soft Goods: Julia Throw Blanket by Stephanie Cleary & Michelle Toney

It’s almost impossible for us to choose just one piece from Morrow, but if we had to: the Julia throw blanket is the ultimate embodiment of the beautiful and versatile brand.

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