Beauty Find Friday: New Fair Trade Finds

Despite the still sizzling temperatures here in Arizona, I can't help but longingly dream of sweaters, jeans, and boots. But whether you're enjoying cool fall weather or suffering in the heat, you'll love the fair trade and humanitarian shops I'm going to introduce you to today! 

Beautiful and Beloved Boutique

"Beautiful & Beloved's vision is to make a simple path for you to support individuals freed from slavery who are now empowered to earn a living in a safe, clean and just way.

Not only is our merchandise beautifully made and unique, but each purchase will dignify a survivor of human trafficking or living in extreme poverty…

Each item is hand crafted by someone who is now free to earn and create."
Find out more on Beautiful and Beloved's About Us page. Here's some of my favorite items:

Transcendent Maxi Dresses

Chevron Necklace, in silver and gold

Dream Catcher Earrings

Find your favorites at Beautiful and Beloved Boutique.

Give Bracelets

For each bracelet purchased, Give Bracelets feeds one child for one week (21 meals). 
"Bracelets with purpose. Give Jewelry is a sustainable movement to provide food for children in orphanages throughout Indonesia. The vision is simple: every bracelet purchased directly benefits kids in need. So no matter what type of bracelet you choose; friendship,charm, leather, beaded, cuff or any of our other bracelets, you're really choosing to make a difference."

Sports Bracelet- Red and Yellow (my school colors!)

Red and Navy Wrap Bracelet

4 All Humanity

This shop sells fair trade tees, dresses, accessories, and jewelry from artisans in India, Uganda, Peru, and Thailand.
4 All Humanity is an online private label that offers a finely curated and designed assortment of women’s apparel and accessories from artisans around the world. 4 All Humanity believes in the beauty of helping others, living fully, dreaming big dreams and loving what you do.
My favorites include:

Smart is Beautiful Tee

Hi Lo Henley Dress

Call Me Maybe Mitts

You can always find more fair trade and ethically made fashions on my Fashion for Freedom pinterest board. Not sure what the big deal is with fair trade fashion? Start at the beginning. 

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