In honor of Earth day and broke college students everywhere // because you shouldn't have to break bank to support ethical brands~

After publishing my 6 (Ethical) Stores You'll Love As Much As Zara response post, a few of you requested a similar post with ethical picks that were a bit more aligned with your college-student budget. Which is such a valid and important request. I think being more conscious of variances in socio-economic class when posting articles is something I will be working on, so thank you always for the post suggestions! :)

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1. The Yarn Kitchen: Felt Succulent Planter | (image above) ohmygosh. I might have sort of squealed when I saw these (my flatmates can attest to this). The plants are adorable, the planters are adorable, and it's handmade with organic cotton: win win win

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2. Papel DePappas: Letterpress Card Bird & Perch Black | this beautiful illustrator creates some of the most beautiful and sweet cards and prints. All products are hand carved, folded, and printed!

3. Charity Water: Everything Tee | along with having a fun print that is focused on an important issue, this shirt is produced by, and supports, an international non-profit organization committed to making drinking water available in areas where it's needed!

4. Greenola Style: Paka Bracelet | handmade and directly helps marginalized artisans become financially independent. Their mission is to "use fashion as a tool to create positive change in the world" because that is just what it should be, right?

5. Suspiro Taller: Eco-Friendly Pouch | handmade from 100% natural or up-cycled materials, Suspiro bags are produced in accordance to Fair Trade and ethical standards in collaboration with Ecuadorian artisans!

Happy Earth Day! xx 
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