It’s the final day of write 31 days, thank you SO much for joining me! And I hope you found a new favorite brand to share with everyone on your holiday shopping list!
It’s not over, tomorrow I have a special post planned that I hope you get excited about. But let’s go over the last month here, today.
I clearly have a thing for bags, but while some girls love shoes. I love bags. Good quality versatile bags that will hold anything and everything and look stunning while doing it. R. Riveter is one of those bags.
Word and stamped jewelry has become very popular the past few years. What I especially love about The Giving Keys is it’s the perfect way to remind yourself or a friend that they possess and are capable to overcome whatever is troubling them at this stage in their life.
This one is a bit of a wild card for me, I don’t have kids but I can tell you kids are hard to buy for. They create laundry heaps bigger than themselves and they grow out of everything way to fast. So how do ethically minded parents shop for kids? Make all the clothes … More USA: Wildly Co.
Welcome back! It’s the FINAL capsule wrap up for the Wear it Wednesday Capsule Challenge and 31 days! Get excited!
Mommas know the real life struggle of needing the perfect bag and still looking stylish. Wait. I’m not a mom, and I still have this struggle. But a fabulous, leather and print fabric bag, made just the way I want? Does that even exist? Yes, my dear it does and it’s made in America.
Confession time: I am a notebook freak. I have a drawer full of notebooks in my office but please don’t tell, I really love to get new ones! This is one of my favorite notebook brands, they are each custom made, sewn by had in Nashville, and made on recycled paper (hello!)
This week we are focusing on made in USA brands. These are brands I wholey trust and support. So, why does made in the USA matter to the ethical business conversation. It matters because we (Americans) have learned a lot the hard way. Change is hard it’s better for employees and in the long run … More Why ‘Made in the USA’ matters in the Ethical Conversation
I have heard of fashionABLE for a few years, but the band became personal when I heard founder NAME as a guest on the podcast She Percolates. It personalized the brand and the good being done by them to empower women to lift themselves out of poverty through dignified work in Ethiopia and locally in … More Ethically Made: FashionABLE