Ethical Gift Guide for Women

Ethical Gift Guide: For the Ladies

by Sarah Dickard

Women's Fair Trade Gift Guide

Tonle is raising the bar high in the fashion industry with their ethical supply chain and zero-waste mentality. Tonle recycles everything from creating fashionable clothes out of fabrics left in warehouses to making paper out of the tiniest threads and scraps leftover from cutting. Check out this video to learn more about the amount of waste the fashion industry makes and how Tonle is making the industry better. Style shown: Loose Knit Cardigan - $62

Ethical Gift Ideas

Prana has paired the on the go lifestyle alongside sustainability. Their products are made for active people who want to see the world become a better place through environmentally conscious materials and ethical business practices. If you need something to keep you warm on a mountain hike, Prana has the perfect coat and jacket to keep you adventuring.  Style shown: Lyra Vest in Mauve - $139

Ethically made Gifts      Fair Trade Gift Ideas

Looking for something with some free spirit? Me to We has a gorgeous necklace selection with an equally beautiful story behind them: mama’s in Kenya are making these beautiful pieces for mama’s, daughters, sisters, and friends like us. Styles shown: Mara Quartz Necklace - $100 // Square Chevron Necklace - $30

Ethical women's handbag

For the woman on your list who likes to make a statement but also wants a handbag that's neutral enough to go with everything in her closet, we have the perfect bag right here at Purse & Clutch. Handmade in Ethiopia & creating sustainable jobs in a country with minimal employment opportunities. Style Show: Asymmetric Clutch in Large - $99

Blessed are the Peacemakers Print

The Kula Project is creating sustainable jobs and living wages for coffee farmers in Rwanda. You can help their mission by buying this beautiful artwork to inspire your workspace or home. Style shown: Blessed are the Peacemakers - $18

Ethical Fashion Gift Guide

Grab some statement shoes with Mamahuhu ankle boots. Artisans in Columbia are given the skills they need to make their own products; cutting out the middle man and factories while growing their own enterprise. Go bold or go neutral with these rugged and classic boots. Style Shown: Colorines in Cream - $139


What new ethical companies have you discovered this Christmas season? Let us know win the comments below!

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