Hello October! The chill in the air means one thing: pumpkin spice and everything nice. If you feel like it’s time for a wardrobe reset, let us walk you through some of our favorite styles for fall. Here are some ways to create an effortless look for the season while supporting a Fair Trade mission.
Our natural styles are just few more reasons to love autumn. Dress them up or down, these neutrals will show off the rich hues of this season’s wardrobe. Pictured here are the Cafe Rosa Necklace and Maca Earrings.
Our Pashmina Scarf is the perfect little something in black. Its versatile size and weight make it the perfect piece to use as a wrap, shawl, scarf, or coverup. If you’re picking this up for a gift, you might want to grab one for yourself as well. Once you feel this softer-than-soft material, you may not want to let it go. Pair it with the Perak Necklace for just the right amount of shine.
Wake up feeling bright with Fair Trade style. These earth tones are so interchangeable, we haven’t seen a combination of them we don’t like! If it were a popularity contest, our Seba Cuff Bracelet (also available in turquoise) would take the cake and our Bombon Necklace and Lili Earrings wouldn’t be far behind.
Wrap up for good with the reversible Prati Scarf. The intricate handwoven details show off a striped pattern on one side and a plaid pattern on the other. Tie it your way to show off your favorite! Our Kega Earrings add just a little sparkle and shine and the perfect pop of red to this look (and you won’t believe how incredibly lightweight they are!)
Later this month, we’ll be profiling the artisans we work so closely with. Your Fair Trade purchases have a direct impact on their life and we’d love for you to get to know them as well as we do!
Dancing along to the beat of the sweet sounds of the Angklung, a traditional Indonesian instrument made from bamboo. When you buy Fair Trade, you’re making your voice be heard to demand equal rights for people around the world.
Now it’s decision time. Which hues are totally you? Tell us in the comments. Thank you for supporting our mission to #spreadhope