We’re celebrating International Women’s Day all week long, and what better way to do so than with inspiring feminist merchandise. Whether you prefer to show your pride through a feminist pin, pair of socks, tote bag or sweatshirt, you’ve come to the right place.
Keep scrolling to shop 20 feminist items to celebrate all the women who inspire us.
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Update your living space with an inspiring feminist print that showcases the diversity of women.
A subtle (and affordable) way to show your support. Style these with cropped jeans when you want to show them off.
This iPhone case features many of the great women — from Frida Kahlo to Malala Yousafzai — of who are pushing (or have pushed) the envelope forward for other women everywhere.
A super chic way to show off your girl power that is equal parts subtle and sweet.
Stay comfy and cozy wearing this sweatshirt everywhere you go — during traveling, working out and more.
This pencil set highlights strong black women through history, from Harriet Tubman to Sojourner Truth — each represented through an inspirational quote. A fraction of the proceeds from this pencil set will benefit the National Congress of Black Women.
A few words that represent a fraction of women’s many quality traits.
A stylish tote for all ages to fill with books, magazines, notebooks and everything in between. Bring it with you to class, work and beyond.
Eileen Fisher’s Morse code print is a subtle way to show your strength and support for women in a brand new way. The morse code translates to: “The future is female.” The Morse code design is available as a t-shirt, dress and more in the collection.
Designed by Jen Gotch, the chief creative officer of ban.do, this necklace represents her resilience through the ups and downs of struggling with her mental health. One hundred percent of the net proceeds of this necklace will go towards Bring Change to Mind, a non-profit aimed at dispelling the stigma and discrimination around mental illness.
This tee, made in Southern California, is for all women. Fifty percent of the proceeds will go to Women for Women International, a non-profit that provides practical and moral support to female survivors of war.
Easily layer this medallion necklace with all of your existing jewels. We promise they will blend effortlessly.
Although this isn’t technically a piece of merch, it’s still an excellent gift to give to any friend or loved one who adores Gloria Steinem and all that she’s accomplished for women.
Give a toast to Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer, with this beer glass. You can find other “she(roes),” who have made significant accomplishments in science, math, chemistry, and physics such as Marie Curie and Alice Ball, in beer glass form as well. Each glass comes neatly packaged inside an adorable gift-ready canister for yourself or for someone special.
This workout tank is designed in collaboration with Womankind, a New York City charity that supports and aims to heal survivors of gender-based violence.
Keep one pin for yourself and give the other one to your bestie. After all, we’re all stronger together right?
In anticipation of the newly released Captain Marvel film starring Brie Larson, Aerie designed a capsule collection around the film. Find tees and hoodies, as well as this self-stirring mug. It will make you feel as though you have “supernatural” powers, just like a superhero.
This “Supremes” pin features associate Supreme Court justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan alongside the great Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 10 percent of the proceeds from this sale will benefit the ACLU.
Take the “free the nipple” movement to new heights with this decorative medallion-shaped necklace.
Perfect for moms and daughters, sisters, or BFFS, this collaborative bracelet was designed by Ryan Porter and Lola — the brand disrupting the period products’ market for women everywhere.
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