I shared my love of Noonday and why I became an ambassador and most recently why you should think more about purchasing ethically made jewelry and products because it ensures that people around the world are being treated fairly and benefit from the work they provide.
Before I didn’t think ethically-made and fashionable went hand-in-hand, but that is not true. Noonday has a big emphasis on creating sustainable income for these artisans to break the cycle of poverty and grow their businesses, but also a big emphasis on style and fashion.
Check out the outfits and styles below- all include some of my favorite ethically made jewelry and accessories.
Lovely coral crocheted cuff made by Burmese refugees: $42
I just ordered this bag, but in the other style. I love how it can go from a clutch to an over the shoulder bag. I’m totally digging pops of bright color for spring and summer along with different textures like lace, silk, crochet, leather… Many Ways Bag handwoven in Guatemala on a traditional loom: $68 and the popular Tessa bracelet handmade in Ethiopia from melted down bronze, nickel and copper from previous war weapons: $64
These photos are all from the Noonday Facebook page– go like them!