5 Fall Faves To Revive Your Wardrobe
Autumn is in full swing and we are in love with the new cooler weather vibes.
A new season always brings a new energy and with it, change! We all have the sweaters we've carried for years, the scarves that have seen countless morning commutes, and the hats that - within a moment - make us feel that right amount of cozy. Sometimes, it’s nice to bring something new to brighten up the routine!
We’ve got 5 of our fall favorites that will have you loving the season while giving you that right amount of new to revive your wardrobe. Each of these brands supports powerful initiatives that you get to be a part of!
Handmade by skilled artisans in Guatemala, each 100% cotton poncho is one of a kind! Pair with your favorite ripped denim for a stand out look or stay comfy with a pair of leggings. Either way, you’re off to a great fall look while supporting living wages.
Crafted from high quality organic cotton for extreme comfort, these striped socks will have you looking professional and dare we say, hip. Each pair provides six therapeutic food packs to malnourished children through Action Against Hunger.
3. Elegantees Kayla Tunic
Whether you’re heading to work or to a weekend brunch, this jersey cotton tunic will have you looking vibrant in this beautiful fall color! Each product has a hangtag signed by the woman who made it. Purchase knowing you are giving positive income to women who have overcome human trafficking.
4. CAUSEGEAR Canvas Tote
This sturdy canvas tote is stylish enough to take as your go-to day bag and sturdy enough to carry your groceries. Plus, we’ve all been waiting to put burnt orange back into our wardrobes! Handcrafted in India, each canvas tote provides a fair wage and life essentials for the crafter. Purchase knowing you are supporting human justice!
5. Jimani Tatu Bone Necklace
A favorite for layering or wearing solo, this necklace is elegant with a bit of an edge! Made of delicate white bone with a hand casted brass casing - can we say unique? With your purchase, you are helping provide work and education for women in Nairobi, Kenya.
Bethany Nicole Taylor
- Jenny Long