Monday, September 9, 2013

Blue Bell

My Threads: Shirt: H&M, Skirt: Corilynn, Wedges: J.Crew Factory, Bag: Calvin Klein, Headband and Necklace: Borrowed from Ten Thousand Villages, Bracelet: Francesca's, Watch: Michael Kors

I think I've talked about buying things that give back on here before, but I'm so stoked about this headband and necklace, I'm doing it again.

They were borrowed from Ten Thousand Villages (although I ended up buying my own), and both are Fair Trade. Which means the people who made them in developing countries receive a fair profit from them. Shopping you can feel good about! 

If you don't have a local store, you can shop their website. A warning though, you will get sucked in. They have a ton of amazing accessories, it's seriously impossible to choose. 

Hope you had an amazing weekend! 

Linking up with FundayMonday

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10 comments:

  1. You look adorable! I love the headband!

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  2. Such a cute skirt! That headband is really fun too!
    ~Jessica

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  3. Kayla Wallace GilbertSeptember 9, 2013 at 8:47 AM

    So cute! Love the headband! : )


    Kayla
    www.lovelucygirl.com

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  4. Love the skirt with the chambray top. Perfect. Great headband.

    Agi:)

    vodkainfusedlemonade.com

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  5. I love everything about your skirt!
    ~Sara

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  6. oh that skirt is GORGEOUS, it's so full and eye catching. i'd love to have one like that- i can only imagine all the pretty outfits it can make. and i used to have ten thousand villages by my house- they had the prettiest trinkets and home decorations :)

    ps i found you through funday monday :)

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

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  7. Look of perfection, Emily! I am loving your skirt :) You are simply stunning!

    Abby
    Life in the Fash Lane

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  8. The headband looks amazing with your skirt. It is nice to have options for consuming that make you feel good about the whole process. Thanks for the introduction to Ten Thousand Villages

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Thanks for reading! Your comments always brighten my day.

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