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Modcloth is one of my favorite places to shop. I adore their vintage-inspired styles, and they carry fair trade and made-in-the-USA brands that I love to support.
When they asked a few bloggers to take a peek at their 2014 Holiday Gift Guide and share their favorite picks, I knew I would find some terrific, fairly made pieces that would make great gifts this season.
I love the Cut to the Trace necklace by Mata Traders for a gift that is fun and full of heart. Mata Traders works with fair trade cooperatives in India to create beautiful pieces that benefit artisans and consumers. This necklace is a stylish way to give a gift with global impact.
Want to treat a stylish friend or favorite lady to a little black dress? Go with this Luck Be A Lady Dress from Closet. Made in the UK, machine-washable, plus pockets — this dress is everything a busy fashionista needs. The dress also is available in jewel tones, plaids, and fall florals.
For the book-loving friend, this made-in-the-USA Bookshelf Bandit Tote makes a great accessory for those library or bookstore hauls. For every tote sold, maker Out of Print will donate a book to a community in need. Also available in Where the Wild Things Are, The Great Gatsby, and Pride and Prejudice.
Those are my picks, but I’d love to hear yours! Check out the Modcloth Holiday Gift Guide and tell me about your favorite pieces.