Super Cute, Ethical, Feel-Good Gifts For Ladies

This guest post comes to us via Jamillah of Made-to-Travel. From fair trade, to eco-friendly, to thrifting– Jamillah is passionate about showing there’s plenty of opportunity to shop for a better world and every single person can do it! Follow along on Bloglovin / Pinterest / Twitter.
I am obsessed with Rust Designs’ personalized dinnerware, also made in the USA out of sustainable porcelain. Love these travel mugs and this mug set would be so sweet for a newly wedded lady.
For the makeup junkie giving a Beauty Box subscription from Blissmo Box would be a wonderful gift. She’ll be able to try new ethical and cruelty free beauty products every month!

This bag by Yield happens to be on my personal Christmas list! How brilliant for the beacher, picnicker, or festival-goer…such a smart modern piece of design made in the USA.
If you feel like giving a little warmth, this alpaca throw blanket by Shupaca from Lydalli is made by artisans in Ecuador using traditional weaving practices or if the lady you’re shopping for is a little bolder pick Shupaca’s multicolored throw.
These necklaces from Dogeared are handcrafted in the USA and you can pick one that perfectly suits the lucky receiver. For that big dreamer the “You are Mighty” necklace is great, or the friend who’s juggling work and school the “Balance” necklace, there’s even one for SVB herself, “Minnesota” necklace in the house!!
Word Bracelets from Cleobella, handmade by artisans in Bali out of recycled brass are another great option. A few words have sadly sold out, but there are still rad astrological signs and a couple of fun words left like “Hipster”.
This travel set from Novica is handmade by a batik artisan in Indonesia, it is gorgeous and so so useful…jewelry rolls make such a difference in packing!
An apron will change your life in the kitchen! Plus you can get a really pretty ones like this one from One Mango Tree, made from local fabric from Kampala and by artisans in Gulu, Uganda.
Are you conscientious about buying ethical gifts?  Leave links to your favorite good-karma merchants in the comments!

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Johnny Brown

I am obsessed with vegan stuff specifically on bags and shoes. The good thing about being a vegan is we are more conscious about the surrounding.

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