This is the third time I’ve worked with the wonderful people at MarketPlace Handwork of India. You may know them by now too, via the bloggers who participate in their campaigns.
MarketPlace Handwork of India, a non-profit organization, sells gorgeous hand-crafted clothing, accessories and home decor. They empower women to start their own businesses, and support their families. They are simply delightful people, and I love to shop there.
This is their Mission Statement:
MarketPlace offered me an item of my choosing, to share on the blog, and to keep. I picked this fabulous cotton print bag in black and gray. Isn’t it so happening? It holds everything, and will make a great overnight bag as well. And, because of the comfortable cross-body strap, I can wear it biking too. Win!
The tee is also ethically shopped, picked up at Molly Mutt thrift for a couple of dollars. It’s by Ellen Tracy, and as you can see, the sequins are blindingly bling-y. The white trousers are from the thrift too, and the flats are via second-hand shop Thred-Up.
|The green bead bracelet was made by a friend.
|There are several really sweet bags, in great colors too.
Please go check out all the delightful offerings at MarketPlace of India. Do good and look good, and stay fabulous,
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