On Monday, I turned 30.
I wanted to use my birthday to support companies and fashions that I love so I’m sharing my birthday list with you!
This 100% Ethiopian leather tote for Sseko is so swoon worthy. I imagine it to be as buttery soft and supple as my brown cross body/clutch.
And if you’re going to ask for a new bag, a coordinating wallet is a must. 😉
These fashionable Palazzos are made in India, by women rescued from the sex trade and slavery.
No human being should be owned by anyone, anywhere, for any reason- ever. It really is that simple.
Sudra is passionate about India- where some of the highest estimates of slavery and sex-trafficking anywhere in the world are reported. And while it may seem overwhelming, they are hopeful because they are seeing how safe, sustainable jobs are making a way for women to make their way out of the trade- and stay out.
Elegantees Mission Statement: To provide hope to overcomers of sex trafficking in Nepal. A positive source of income that reinforces independence, a healthy self-image, and confidence restores lives one elegant tee at a time.
I love both these tops, the perfect pops of color, ethically made and supporting women creating a life for themselves outside human trafficking.
What I especially love about The Root Collective is how personal it is. I know the man’s name that made those shoes. His name is Otto and he lives in La Limonada a slum of Guatemala City.
Head on over to Kayla’s blog to see the different birthday looks she put together!!