FTLBD: The Fair Trade Little Black Dress

We absolutely lurve Maggie's Organics's Sleeveless Knit Dress, which is one of the most flattering, simple silhouettes we've found. And even more exciting, Maggie's Organics is one of the first clothing companies to be fully Fair Trade Certified from field to factory.

What did Coco Chanel give us in the 1920s that Audrey Hepburn made divine in the 1960s, which is still making women look and feel sexy to this day?  The Little Black Dress.  The LBD never goes out of style, and now with Fair Trade, this must-have fashion staple isn’t just elegant; it’s ethical, too.

  • Ethos Paris’s Sharav Dress in Ebony (Available at Revive):


  • Ethos Paris’s Sirene Dress in Ebony (Available at Revive; also available in Green):

And introducing the big sis of the Fair Trade LBD – Mata Traders’s A-Line Dress in Black (Also available in Mauve):

Dressed up with jewelry for a night out or worn with flip flops for a trip to the farmer’s market, Fair Trade has never looked this good.

Peace and Love,

Your Fair Trade Trendsters

4 thoughts on “FTLBD: The Fair Trade Little Black Dress

  1. I just love the Maggie’s dress Too. For a 100% organic cotton it is the best value it IS ONLY $30 Retail?? The other thing I like about this dress is that the double knit fabric really holds it’s shape after a number of washings. So you have my vote!

  2. We couldn’t agree more, Mary! Such a fantastic deal for a super chic, organic and Fair Trade dress. And not only does the material hold its shape, but it’s also a really nice weight – not too thick or too thin. Just super comfy and stylish.

    Thanks so much for reading and for supporting Fair Trade!

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