When diving into the ethical fashion realm, it can be easy to overlook many different products that we wouldn’t even think to be made unethically.
Jewelry is no exception. It is an extension of fashion and clothing, and is quite often made in sweat shops.
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Ethical jewelry brands to love!
Named after Proverbs 31, “which describes a diligent woman providing and caring for her family.” Their products are made by artisans in a safe, family-like environment where they are treated like real people. They sell bags, kids clothing and tableware’s but their jewelry is what really shines to me. Each piece is hand-crafted and unique. Plus the majority of the items are under $100.
Another brand that sells everything from bags to clothing. But the jewelry is so unique, you’d think it was purely an ethical jewelry brand. Each piece is handmade by women in an effort to employ and help put an end to generational poverty.
Fair Anita works with over 8,000 women in 9 different countries to employ and empower women in the workforce!
The women that they employ are earning 2-3 times the minimum wage and their jewelry is always fair trade and made ethically!
Just a quick glance over their collections will have you swooning! (I know I sure was.)
This company works to employ youths who may be dealing with trauma or mental illnesses. These gorgeous jewelry pieces are designed to uplift and send good vibes (Karma) out into the world. They believe that not only when you put goodness out, you’ll receive it back but that the goodness will keep on spreading.
Of course, I had to include ten thousand villages. A staple when it comes to things fair trade and ethical. You’ll find every sort of accessory here and they’re all beautifully handmade and unique.
And there you have it! 5 fantastic companies with wonderful ethics to get your jewelry fix. I just love purchases that I can feel good about knowing where they came from, who made them and how they were made. I hope you do too!
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