What is better than one fabulous pair or earrings? THREE ways to wear one fabulous set of earrings. Enter the Embrace Earrings. You can wear them as simple hoops, or add the stick for an extra dimension - the stick can be worn in front or behind of the ear lobe!
Handmade with love in the foothills of the Himalayas of Nepal ♥
The Balance Earrings are made by Mulxiply who creates sustainable change by partnering with indigenous artisan groups to further their economic impact and interrupt the cycle of poverty in Nepal.
Solid Brass The O is 1.75 inches in diameter - The Stick is 2.5 inches long
Add some sparkle with these stunning metallic druzy earrings. Definitely a crowd favorite and available in stunning varieties so be sure to check out the labeled pictures and hover for the color/style information.
Handmade with love in Honduras ♥
The Kalenjin Druzy Earrings are made by artisans with Badala, an organization focused on the fight against human trafficking and working to provide women with pathways out of poverty through opportunity and education. Badala’s line of jewelry, accessories, and housewares was born out of the need for employment among victims of human trafficking in order to support their children. Initially launching in Kenya, Badala has since expanded their work to reach women and artisans across East Africa, Central America, and domestic human trafficking survivors in the U.S.A.
Hypo allergenic gunmetal posts
Measure approximately 10 mm (small) to 15 mm (large)
New necklaces have arrived from Costa Rica! Beautiful, sustainable, and classy. The Lagrima necklace is as special as it is classy. Our artisan partners grow and harvest the seeds for this necklace right outside their homes. Making it sustainable and doubly impactful - as the artisans can be paid for both growing the seeds and creating the necklace.
The Lagrima Necklace was designed by Bought Beautifully and made with love by our partners Hands Producing Hope, an ethical fashion brand empowering women to rise above poverty, by providing the economic, educational, and spiritual resources necessary to empower remote communities. Their vision is to see all people afforded opportunities to have dignified and respectable work and to provide for their families and flourish in their communities. They want to see a universal growth in an understand of the impact an individual can make with their time, resources, and talents.