While organic clothing is better for the people and the environment, it’s not always better for our wallets. Due to the high quality of what you’re purchasing organic cotton clothing will always be a bit more pricey, but it is possible to find organic garments under $100 and under $50! Here are a few brands that are making it affordable to start your organic clothing collection.Read More
Founded in 2015, The Fair Trade Fashion Show is a nonprofit striving to educate consumers, shine a light on ethical fashion, and raise awareness of certain social issues. Fair Trade Fashion Shows are hosted in the Los Angeles area featuring a variety of fair trade brands, while raising money for anti-trafficking organizations.Read More
Whether you're planning to celebrate Valentine's Day with your closest friends or with a special someone, you know you want to look your best. Check out these fabulous ethical looks that are perfect for the occasion.Read More
Matter Prints gives new meaning to traditional patterns by creating bold, modern statement pieces. Founded with inspiration and compassion, Matter Prints demonstrates the importance of slow fashion by working directly with eight artisan communities, positively impacting around 1,287 individual artisans.Read More
Fair Anita invests in the future of women around the world through artisan empowerment. Fair Anita currently works with 8,000 artisans in 16 different countries creating fair trade goods and paying artisans three times the minimum wage.Read More
When it comes to ethical fashion, finding responsibly made jeans can be a challenge. With Fall approaching I have been working to try and find a trustworthy denim company. I am very excited that Monkee Genes is taking action and providing consumers with fair, organic options in the denim market.Read More
Head back to school in style with affordable ethical fashion! Sweet Lupine is on a mission to empower consumers by providing people first apparel and accessories at reasonable prices.Read More
In 2001 Jarrod and Allison Brown were doing mission work in response to the hurricane that hit Central America. During this time they observed a need for opportunity mixed with a lack of economic stability. The two social entrepreneurs felt that God was encouraging them to help. In 2004 Jarrod and Allison officially founded Mission Lazarus, a non-profit focusing on education, medical, and agricultural outreaches serving Honduras and eventually expanding into Haiti in 2011.Read More
Each BANDED product provides three meals for a child in Uganda, Latin America, or the Caribbean.
BANDED was inspired by a gap in the market place of headbands causing headaches. When BANDED was first designing their headbands, the team figured out a mechanism to fit children and adults pain free. This led to an innovative patent on BANDED’s headbands which have intricate pockets on the side of the headbands allowing for comfort and stability.
The BANDED team wanted to do more than just make a good product. They wanted to make an impact.Read More
Bohnd Bracelets sell bracelets that bring people together while encouraging individuals to embrace their unique stories. A portion of the bracelet profits are invested in young student entrepreneurs. My Bohnd Bracelet colors are green and pink. These colors serve as a reminder that despite the chaos taking place in the world, it is important to focus on loving one another.Read More
40K was started twelve years ago when co-founder Clary went to India as a naïve law student and noticed locals working in an illegal quarry. He was appalled by the unfair working conditions and felt called to take action.Read More
“As a small business owner my favorite part is engaging with people who really love the product. It’s important to find brands that you really have kinship with. Those customer relationships inspire the businesses to keep going.” –Andie Day, founder of Mary Claret.Read More
I'm excited to announce The Honest Consumer is on Poshmark. I thought this would be a great way to assist followers in finding ethical & socially responsible fashion at a discounted price!Read More
"The true measure of social impact is not how well you can care for someone in your presence, but how well they thrive in your absence." Krochet Kids founders, Travis, Stewart, and Kohl had an interesting high school hobby, crocheting. Little did they know that their hobby would turn into a successful enterprise, lifting many out of poverty.Read More
WOW! I am in love with these boots from RockPillar. The beautiful weaving compliments the high quality leather making these shoes unique. RockPillar is dedicated to providing a fair salary for artisans in Peru, while incorporating their traditional weaving techniques into modern designs. A portion of proceeds are donated to Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to assist with food, firewood, legal support, and other necessities.Read More
Purpose Jewelry sells beautiful handcrafted jewelry created by survivors of human trafficking.
The social enterprise Purpose Jewelry was created as part of the non-profit International Sanctuary, which provides care and support for survivors. By selling jewelry, Purpose is able to provide funding for their sister non-profit, International Sanctuary, while teaching survivors skills of employment.Read More