Graduation season is upon us! What better thing to buy for the graduate you love than a gift that gives back? We have been on the hunt for the best ethical purchases you can make for your favorite gals who are graduating this year!
These pants are the ultimate combo of cute and comfortable. These are made ethically and proudly by women in India who are working to stay free of the sex trade.
This handmade vintage huipil is perfect for festival-goers and any // all fringe-lovers. Produced in Guatemala, Hiptipico gives back to the local artisans who craft their collection and reinvests profits to the Maya community.
We're basically obsessed with this gorgeous maxi dress. Mata Trader's is a fair trade clothing line made in India and Nepal, helping women lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
This piece is perfect as a coverup or a summery layering piece. Lotus & Luna is committed to supporting female artisans living in various small villages in Northern Thailand, providing them and their neighbors with consistent, fair employment.
Tribal inspired gorgeous leather cross-body. This bag preserves the culture and traditional customs essential to Maya culture. Hiptipico products honor the Maya culture, motivate entrepreneurial spirits, and empower communities.
We love how this piece can be worn on it's own or stacked with other accessories. It is cast in brass and antiqued to highlight each bracelet’s tribal design. Each bracelet bought generates income for an artisan and funds a child’s education in his or her community in Namibia!
Throw these on for a day at the beach or with a breezy skirt for a simple summery outfit. These must-have summer sandals are handmade using traditional Maya techniques. Your purchase supports female artisans in Guatemala and their families.
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