Femelle Spirit is a sustainable brand that offers modern vintage and boho-inspired clothing and accessories. Click below on Modern Vintage, Boho-Inspired, or Jewelry & More to find what you are looking for!

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What?! Femelle Spirit pops up around the Twin Cities?!

Yes! It's true. I bring my collection to different festivals and even pop up right outside Cafe Astoria during the non-winter months. Follow me on Facebook so you can click on the Event Invite to find out when and where. You'll be able to get your hands on these hot items and see and try them on for yourselves!

See Facebook Page here: Femelle Spirit on FB!

Style. Thoughts. Travel. Love.

There is also a fun blog piece to my boutique! It includes posts and short stories on topics such as fashion, love, mental health, sustainability, and healthy living. As a child of Southeast Asian refugees of Laos, I was born and raised in Minnesota overcoming poverty and on a journey to pursue my dreams as a writer and entrepreneur with good intentions. Follow my perspective from a marginalized ethnic, cultural, and feminist point of view. If you like what you read, please buy me "coffee" on Ko-Fi. Your proceeds will help me continue to write, work on my book, and support my boutique items ethically sourced from Hmong businesses abroad.

Check out the three categories of my blog below: World, Love, Style - and let me know what you think!

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A Unique Blend of Writing and Entrepreneurship

My intention is to share what I know and my personal experiences, hoping to engage others in thoughtful conversation, learning, and develop a sense of style. I hope you had some time to check out what I have curated for you in my modern vintage and boho-inspired collection. If you find my writing intriguing, I hope you will donate to my Ko-Fi fund.

Who are the Hmong people?

The Hmong Identity

Hmong means "free." The Hmong people are an ethnic minority found in Asia, particularly in China, SE Asia, and the US. Starting from our origin in China, we have migrated due to resources and conflict all over the world. We do not have a country to call our own, but have always sought for the freedom to sustain our culture and customs.

This photo is from a fashion show in Minnesota when I coordinated a lineup of Hmong clothing for the runway. The designer was a Hmong artist from Thailand and her designs fuse traditional ideas and modern cuts together.


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Thinking about traveling? Head to Vietnam.

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Click on my Ko-Fi to help me continue to write about style, love, identity - proceeds will fund my writing endeavors and support Hmong businesses abroad.

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Check Back for Updates!

Femelle Spirit will be blogging consistently and adding new curated items to its boutique. Check back for more interesting writing and updates!