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Last week I shared a bit about Love Justly and how they are making sustainable fashion more affordable. Today I’m excited to share some of my favorite picks from their current collection.
Teshi Trousers from MadeFair — These classic cropped trousers are made from bamboo and created by sustainable London brand Komodo. Pair these with a Breton-stripe shirt and black flats for a chic Parisian look. $48.
Suede Loafers from Sseko — Crafted in Ethiopia, these beautiful loafers are made in an Ethiopian-owned factory from locally sourced materials. The Sseko brand seeks to provide economic opportunities and financial support for higher education in their partner communities. $63.
Arielle Tee from Elegantees — This graceful twist-front shirt is handmade by female artisans in Nepal who have escaped human trafficking. Pair this versatile, easy-to-wash top with slacks for a sleek look at work. $25.
V Earrings from VK Designs — These edgy, sterling silver earrings are handcrafted in Portland, Oregon using fairmined silver from Peru. An easy way to add statement to a classic outfit. $55.
Hem Cuff Shorts from Liz Alig — Amp up your warm-weather style with the gorgeous texture of these shorts. These beautiful, woven designs are handmade at a women’s cooperative in Guatemala that provides employment and economic opportunities to local families. $40.
Kimono Dress from Symbology — This bold wrap dress from Symbology is hand-printed by female artisans in India. Pair it with heels for a night out or sandals for a breezy resort look. $72.
Looking for more outfits? A few of my other favorites include the Lily Paige boots, the Liz Alig woven dress, and the MadeFair infinity scarf. And remember to sign up for the Love Justly mailing list to hear about their newest styles!