We hoped you liked our complete guide to Fair Trading your Easter. With Fair Trade, not only are you able to delight your wee ones with sweet treats, but you can also dress your little ladies in their ethical Easter best.
Check out these darling, Fair Trade dresses, perfect for Easter Sunday, a picnic, an Easter Egg hunt, or dinner at Grandma’s:
Tropical Items Madagascar, LCC’s Raffia Plaited Crochet Hat in Dark Red (Also available in Dusty Pink, Natural, Black, Natural/Black, and Teal; TIM offers a number of charming Raffia hats in wide variety of colors):
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.
We, at Fair Trade Trends, are huge animal people. Our Motto: Love the earth, love people, and love our furry friends. That’s why we’re so stoked that now our pets can share in the awesomeness of Fair Trade.
Check out these stellar, pet-friendly Fair Trade finds:
We all wanted to take home this stunning strand of pretty beads (in person, the brass is much more muted and funky), but unfortunately, the Revive stand only had one left. Rather than re-enact a childhood tug-of-war, which honestly would have been uncouth, we settled for a serendipitous trip to their Legacy Village store after the Expo. Hooray!
At Revive, we stumbled upon our new favorite Dress of the Day: Ethos Paris’s Sharav Dress (Revive Carries the Aubergine and Black):
Don’t you just love the darting detail, which creates a semi-empire waist? And that serrated neckline is simply fan-tab-u-lous! While the bottom perplexed us at first, the concealable drawstring is actually a major bonus, allowing you to wear the skirt as a classic A-line or a fun, retro bubble dress.
By layering this dress over a pair of leggings and a turtleneck or long sleeve shirt, you’ll have a super stylish look ready for chillier weather:
Know what’s more attractive than a guy who cares about giving farmers and artisans fair payment for their work, so they can provide for their families, build their communities, and protect the environment? Not much. It’s like right up there with Italian accents and a penchant for cooking.
Check out these Fair Trade finds that do good and let you look good. Real good.