Say Hello to Gloria & Jackelyn of District Los Angeles


District Los Angeles makes candles, jewelry, pillows and prints with a thoughtful consideration for the environment.


How did you get started?

“After being disappointed with buying so many products that weren’t who they claimed, we decided to take the initiative and make environmentally conscious items at affordable prices”

What is the inspiration for the brand name?

“We wanted a name that would not limit our creativity and represented where we come from :-)”

What was the biggest hurdle you had to overcome to get started?

“We needed to learn to manage our time. Working full time while starting a business has been our biggest hurdle”

What was that “Just Do It” moment for you to get started?

“We kept buying products that we felt could be better and since we couldn’t find what we were looking for we deided to make it”


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[su_column size=”1/2″] DISTRICT LOS ANGELES
About: District Los Angeles is a family owned and operated business. We are two sisters that started with a vision and have turned that vision into the products shown on the website. We have always had a deep appreciation for nature and while working in urban gardens we had the idea that we wanted to enrich people’s lives with different types of nature-inspired products.
We look forward to this journey and we hope that you like what we have to show and say. We are doing what we love and we hope that you are doing the same! Cheers!
Category: Candles, Jewelry, Pillows, Design & Print

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