10 Women-Owned Businesses to Support in Corpus Christi - The Bend Magazine

10 Women-Owned Businesses to Support in Corpus Christi

From vintage finds to locally crafted cosmetics, here are ten women-owned businesses to support in Corpus Christi.

Photo by Lillian Reitz

Though Women’s History Month may be coming to an end, there is always time to celebrate and support the hard work and dedication of women business owners. From vintage finds to locally made cosmetics, there’s a women-led business for just about everything in the community. Here are just 10 to check out in Corpus Christi.


This shop is an indoor plant nursery specializing in plants, modern pottery, workshops, and maintenance programs. With greenery ranging in all sizes and styles, Tina Turman works to bring quality plants and plant education to the community. 3847 S Alameda St.


For all things home decor, Wildflowers is the perfect spot. Led by owner Terrie Moore, this home and garden boutique has a selection of hand-picked European antiques, vintage finds, handmade pottery, and unique plants to style your home.  2729 S Padre Island Dr.

Lemonade Stand Cosmetics

Lemonade Stand Cosmetics is a handcrafted beauty line based in Corpus Christi offering vegan, cruelty-free products using quality ingredients. With everything from lip gloss to body butter, Rochelle Lowery works to provide the highest quality products to the Coastal Bend and can even be found on the shelves of select H-E-B stores. 1316 S. Staples St.


Commons is an independent lifestyle shop where owner Ceirra Reilly brings together brands that are local, women-owned, and/or owned by people of color. The store is a common space for all, aiming to bring quality products to Corpus Christi while supporting creative communities. 415D Peoples St.

Made in Corpus Christi

This shop features work and products from the best designers, makers, and creatives in Corpus Christi. With everything from apparel to decor, Nikki Riojas aims to showcase the incredible talent produced by creatives in the community at Made in Corpus Christi. 1524 S. Staples St.

Sew Bonita

This boutique showcases handmade apparel and accessories that celebrate Mexican-American culture. Created by Elena Flores, Sew Bonita celebrates both the culture and vibrancy through a variety of products that can be found right here in the Coastal Bend. 4034 Weber Rd.

Lavender + Lee

Lavender + Lee is a small-batch jewelry line based in Corpus Christi that creates minimalist, botanical, dainty jewelry perfect for any occasion. Owned by local Samantha Thurman heads up the tiny studio which aims to provide high-quality, romantic jewelry to the community and beyond. @lavenderandlee


Roastretto is a women-owned coffee roaster that offers freshly roasted coffee beans to the community. Led by Sadie Lopez and Michelle Fraedrick Alafghain, Roastretto is the perfect brand to grab your next bag of deliciously balanced coffee from. @roastretto


This shop offers clothing, jewelry, and home accents from around the world. With unique finds fit for all styles, Pilar, owned by the wonderful Terry Sciantarelli, has just what you need to bring a bit of color into your life. 3814 S. Alameda St., 32


Threads, owned locally by Megan Brieger, is a buy, sell, and trade reseller offering a vast selection of clothing and accessories. With everything from vintage tees to trendy sunglassees, this shop has all your wardrobe needs covered while helping reduce clothing waste. 4646 Everhart Rd.