It’s hot outside and what says summer more than wearing easy-breezy whites? Most of all, I would rather wear nothing but a bloomer set and some gorgeous unique ethical jewelry that speaks of the interconnectedness of everything on this earth, the craft of indigenous peoples, the rainforest and the reclaimed history of life on earth. You intrigued yet?
Loup Charmant Short Nightie Top + Bloomer Set
Loup Charmant (which means The Charming Wolf) “celebrates femininity and inspires connection with the magic of our natural world. Like an ancient memory of a world we once knew.” This soft and airy set made from Indian organic cotton is something I would wear and cherish for years.
$194, Loup Charmant
Michelle Lane Elegant Truth Bracelet
This rope bracelet by Michelle Lane Jewelry is inspired by mathematics and the aesthetic pleasure mathematicians draw from their work. To me, it’s a representation of the interconnectedness of everything on this planet — “a gentle reminder that we are more than Man.”
$140, Michelle Lane
Waryma Kaha Bracelet
The Waryma Kaha bracelet is traditionally used to protect the wrist of an archer from the impact of the bowstring, but also as a physical adornment. It’s made in the Amazon, Brazil by Waimiri Atroari indigenous peoples, using traditional arumã straw fiber.
Andean Collection Tagua Bib Necklace
I love statement pieces, and this large bib necklace, made from tagua nut sustainable harvested from the rainforest, says: “I’m here and I care.” The female artisans in Ecuador who made it are paid fair wages and share in the profits of the company as partial owners. Many more colors are available.
$68, The Andean Collection
Kirsten Muenster Fossil Series Ring
This one-of-a-kind ring by sustainable jewelry designer Kirsten Muenster is made from fossil coral and recycled sterling silver. Wear it to spark conversations about endangered plants. Check out the site for her other amazing offerings, all made from recycled precious metals.
$500, Kirsten Muenster Jewelry