The continued growth of ethical & socially responsible brands means you no longer have to buy a village a virtual goat to take part in charitable gifting. This Christmas, it’s fashionable to shop for a cause. From wonderful initiatives by big brands like GENERAL PANTS, COTTON ON & TOMS to much smaller, but equally as inspirational causes like that of the INTERNATIONAL PRINCESS PROJECT & TINY REVOLUTIONARY, it’s never been so easy to buy cool stuff that does good. Some of these items are created by artisans around the world providing jobs and long term solutions, while others donate proceeds from sales. I encourage you to click through to read how each one is making a difference. Peace & love seems to be trending and shopping never felt so good. xo
Clockwise from top left: Kiehl’s Essential oil; Oscar Wylee sunglasses; We Wood watches; Sevenly Mountains are Calling journal; Burt’s Bees Mama Bee belly butter; Enlighten bracelet; TOMS Wine leather snakes high tops; FEED tote. Centre: Molly Jane Designs leopard cowhide fold-over clutch.
Clockwise from top left Global Goods handmade Beaded ornament; Bassike x Mud Star decoration; Global Goods Handmade zebra ornament; Milk & Soda Give A Star necklace; Global Goods Felt Elephant garland ; Sweet Luka Mo Scout toddler tee; Global Goods Beaded reindeer ornament; Luck & Wonder pre-walker ocelot sandals; TOMS Tiny Toms; Global Goods Handmade stuffed alpaca bunny; Tiny Revolutionary Recycle Love onesie Centre: Milk & Soda Give A Star hair clips. Centre: Global Goods Felt Panda baby booties