Luxurious and feminine without being too overstated. Soft velvet outer with silk liner fit for a queen.
The fall weather has me seeking cozy-up cardigans.
I’m not sure how practical this poncho is for touring citites, but it’s sure a lovely way to stay warm while reading a book and drinking tea (or in my world - blogging while Sir Daniel watches football). :)
Sseko’s Smoking Slippers embody the antithesis of old white men chattering over pipes and scotch. Hand crafted by Ethiopian artisans paid fairly for their trade. Profits support funds for women’s education in Ethiopia.
Yay! Fall shoes from my favorite ethical sandal makers!
Ethical Mom Text: If the price of good winter boots has got you down, don’t forget you can get your boots re-soled for cheap.
If you’re looking for boots this fall, might I suggest embracing the full spectrum of Mayan weaves?
Handmade in Peru. Made to order.
For that a-dork-able man in your life who is thoughtful in all things but fashion, the wear just about everywhere shoe.
Striking ankle booties by Fortress of Inca
DSTLD “aspire[s] to facilitate a movement – to guide a generation of thinking men and women of style toward an appreciation of fewer, better things.” I second that.
Only $65, these not-your-mom’s jeans are guaranteed not to be produced in a sweatshop. Though not explicitly fair trade or 100% ecofriendly, I say any step towards a more transparent supply chain is a good one, especially when it means the price point makes the item more widely accessible.
P.S. They have sizes with long and short inseams!