Stylish Scarves

Now we are in the fall and winter is around the corner it is time to start thinking about a warmer wardrobe. One of the must have items for the colder seasons is a scarf. Scarves keep you warm and cozy but also make a chic fashion accessory. A scarf can transform your simple outfits into stylish ones. We have a beautiful collection of wool scarves available at EarthDivas. Take look to find your favourite.

Wool Infinity Loop Scarves

Infinity scarves are great to have in the closet. These can be worn in a few different ways and do not have dangling ends. Scarves can be too long and the ends can drag on the floor but this isn’t a problem with an infinity scarf. Just loop and you’re good to go. You can wear an infinity scarf double looped, as one loop or you could even wear it as a hood. We have a couple of wool infinity scarves in warm autumnal colors. Each one is handmade in soft wool. Scarves like these will suit all your outfits.

Colorful Chunky Scarves

If you prefer the traditional scarf style with the ends then these colorful scarves are for you. These have the similar chunky knit look but are not in the infinity style. We have two of these scarves available one in neutral white, black and grey and one in bright colors. Both scarves are chic and will add cozy elegance to any outfit.  These scarves are handmade out of soft wool, both are comfortable and light. You could wear any of the colors with any outfit for any occasion. From casual days to work to a night out and more. The chunky scarves will become your go to item.

Wool Scarves

We have a collection of wool scarves that are simple, classic and timeless. These scarves are loomed by artisans in Nepal and are made from a very soft wool blend. We have a variety of colors available from dark tones to fall colors to pretty, light colors. These will suit any age and any occasion. There are a few ways to wear these scarves. You could wear simply around the neck, wrapped once around the neck, looped around the neck, as a hood or even as a shawl. Any of the scarves are a practical must have that is stylish to.

Small Scarves

If you prefer shorter scarves to the longer ones then these scarves are for you. We have the colors from the collection above only these are smaller. These are made from the same super soft wool. Shorter scarves are great for the more petite lady as there won’t be long dangling scarf ends. Any of these scarves will jazz up your simple outfits. All of them have been loomed by artisans in Nepal.

Print Wool Scarves

Scarves don’t have to be in a block color you could go for a stylish print. We have a beautiful collection of wool scarves with prints including stripes, checks and more. You could wear the plainest outfit but it will look very stylish with scarves like these.

Go over to the website today to order your must have scarf. Make sure you check out our other scarves, bags and accessories we have available. Treat yourself or maybe a loved one. Christmas is around the corner and any of these would make a great gift.

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Fast Fashion

Fashion today is faster than ever. As customers, we want all the latest trends now and the stores want you to buy their collections as fast as possible. No longer is fashion about buying quality items for the new season. This careless way of manufacturing and purchasing is costing us in more than money. It is effecting the planet, the workers who make the clothing and ultimately you the customer.

What is Fast Fashion?

Some of the biggest clothing labels you can buy from create fast fashion collections. These collections are made cheaply and are designed to be sold quickly. The industry does not have two simple seasons of clothing anymore. Now we have new trends and styles coming out every week. Gone are the days of buying for Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter. This constant change makes customers feel the need to constantly shop for new clothing. Now customers will buy cheaper and lower quality to have the latest style now.

These clothes are not designed to last. After all a new collection will be out next week. This means after a few washes some clothing can be ready for the trash. When clothing goes in the trash it ends up in landfill. Fabrics can last on a landfill for hundreds of years. During this time chemicals and dyes used in clothing can affect the environment around it. When majority of the planet is going through clothing this quickly it adds up to a lot of landfill and a lot of environmental contamination.

Fast Fashion Workers

It is not just the earth that is paying a heavy price for fast fashion but it’s workers to. Many labels manufacture their clothing in countries where labor is cheap. According to Forbes “It takes a garment worker 18 months to earn what a fashion brand CEO makes on their lunch break.” Many workers in these countries can earn as little as $3 a day. A lot of these workers are young women who work long hours in poor conditions for extremely low wages.

Instead of using factories in other countries as way to make the industry better it has been used to make it worse. It could be an opportunity to spread the wealth of the fashion industry in other countries but sadly this not the case.

What Can We Do?

While customers cannot control how stores make their clothing you can control where you buy from. Research some of your clothing brands, find out where the clothing was made.

You can also start to look for more ethical brands. Clothing stores that manufacture in a positive way will tell you about it. Not only that but you can start to pay a little more for clothing that is better quality and that will last. It is easier to buy the cheaper option but it will cost you in the long run. Start to make better choices and the industry will have to follow.

Fashion at EarthDivas

We have written about this today because we feel strongly about creating a brand that tackles some of these issues. At EarthDivas we use fabrics and dyes that are better for the planet. We use durable fabrics that are made to last. One of the biggest things we are proud to share is our work in Nepal. We are a fair-trade business and work with factories and tailors in Nepal to create better working conditions and to give the artisans the payment they deserve. We teach women in tailoring school and 100% of profits made by EarthDivas go right back to the women who made our products.  You can read all about the work we do on our other blogs and Facebook page.

Together we can make a change. Choose quality no quantity.

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Behind the Scenes

Think about where you shop. Do you know where the items were manufactured? Do you know who made them? Were they made in a safe and fairly payed environment? Many may not know the answers to these questions, whether because it hasn’t been thought about or because stores do not tell you. At EarthDivas we can answer these questions.

Where are items from EarthDivas manufactured?

The bags and accessories sold from EarthDivas are made by women in Nepal. Our work is focused in Nepal so that women can earn a fair wage. In countries like these most men can earn up to ten times more than women for their sewing work. We want to change this. At EarthDivas we want to empower women and give them the opportunity to learn new skills.

Who Makes Our Bags and Accessories?

We work with artisans and manufacturers in Nepal. Together we can create thriving businesses. This improves lives financially and gives women the opportunity to make extra money. You can read more about some of our artisans and manufacturers here.

Here are some images of the women working on hemp and cotton bags that have been recently uploaded onto the website. You can read more about this new collection here.

Do Our Artisans Work in a Safe and Fairly Payed Environment?

EarthDivas ensure the artisans work in a positive and safe environment. We check materials and work directly with the manufacturers and artisans on new designs. We have worked with some of the same small businesses in Nepal for over ten years. We make EarthDivas thrive and last by ensuring our standards never slip and that everyone works safely and are payed fairly.

Do not just take our word from it. Ed the CEO and founder of EarthDivas recently visited one of the factories just outside Kathmandu. This factory is owned by Ganesh who we have worked with for many years. This factory only hires women tailors. During the visit one of the artisans was interviewed. The lady is called Ganga Bista and she talks about her work and how the money she earns helps her and her children. Jobs like these are creating a better future. You can watch the interview here Artisan Interview

Ed also goes on trips to see the women that have made our products such as knitted items like mittens. These trips are to give them money they have earned. This is a big moment for many of the women. They are getting the money and recognition they deserve for the work they have completed. Having extra money gives the women empowerment. Take a look at one of the videos Earth Divas Fair Trade Cash Payments.

Now you know where our products come from and who makes them, have a look at some of the knitted, hemp and cotton items that were created by the working women.

You can order on the website. Also take a look at our Facebook page where you can keep up to date with all the latest news and more. Every purchase you make creates a bright future for the workers in Nepal. Thank you for supporting EarthDivas.

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Hemp and Cotton

As you may have read in our previous blog post we have added a trendy new autumn collection to our website. The new range features many must haves from handwarmers to bags. Many of our new items are made from cotton and hemp. These two fabrics have many advantages not just in style but also in durability, green properties and more. Today we want to share with you these amazing fabrics and why you need hemp and cotton items.

Hemp

Hemp crops need little water to grow and do not need pesticides. This crop is great for the planet and has many uses. The use of hemp to manufacture clothing and accessories is on the rise because hemp has many benefits and these include:

  • Hemp dyes easily and holds colored dye very well
  • Clothing made from help is breathable. Hemp can release perspiration
  • Hemp will resist mildew and mold
  • As it gets washed and worn the hemp fabric gets softer
  • Hemp clothing does not need dry cleaning

Cotton

Cotton can be grown without pesticides and fertilizers. Organic cotton uses less water and is better for the people working with it.  Cotton is a very popular fabric for clothing and more. Many stores are now using organic cotton so the shoppers get the fabric they want while the farmers, manufactures and more work with safer and more cost effective material. The benefits of cotton include:

  • Cotton controls moisture well. It is absorbent and takes moisture away from the skin. It can absorb a lot of liquid before it begins to feel damp.
  • Cotton is good for all weather and seasons. It will keep you warm in the cold and cool in the warm weather. It is a fabric that insulates well.
  • Cotton is great for people with skin allergies. It is hypoallergenic and will not cause any irritation to the skin.
  • Many people who wear cotton love how soft and comfortable it is.
  • The fabric is very strong, durable and will last through lots of hot washes.

Now you know the benefits to each fabric. If you are looking for new autumn pieces that are stylish, long lasting and eco-friendly then hemp and cotton is what you should look for. At EarthDivas we have an awesome new collection of products featuring these fabrics. Take a look at some of our favourites.

Go to the website to order and to see the rest of our new collection. Not only will you get a fall essential you will also be helping small businesses thrive. As you may know EarthDivas works with artisans in Nepal who make these products. All profits on the products go straight back to the hardworking crafters and will help them create a long-lasting business.

If you would like to hear more about the work in Nepal you can go to our Facebook page or you can read about some of the artisans we work with on the blog. Thank you for the continued support. Together we can make a difference

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New Autumn and Winter Collection

Autumn has arrived! It is not just the season that has changed but the fashion to. This season is all about warmer fabrics and earthier colors. If you are looking for your new autumnal key pieces then you are in the right place! At EarthDivas we have added a new stylish, Fairtrade autumn collection to our website. We are very excited about this new range and think you will be to. Here is how founder and CEO Ed Edmundson has described the new collection.

“Clean & Modern For our Fall/Winter 2017 line we went back to the basics. Over the last few years we have explored intricate handwork stitching and textured patterns with a young and fun feel — lots of fringe, razor cuts and floral patterns. This season, we simplified our look, but expanded our designs, especially with hemp and cotton fabrics. Complementary color tones and simple, conservative shapes define our design direction. It’s a comfortable and informal look, with a contemporary, modern feel. We love all our designs, but are really jazzed about the hemp and cotton bags. This fabric lends itself to a clean, structured design that holds its shape. We hope you love our new designs and we thank you for your continued support as we continue to help the artisans of Nepal. Sincerely, Ed Edmundson Founder & CEO”

Take a look at some of the must haves for the new season.

Hemp and Cotton Bags

We have a trendy new collection of hemp and cotton bags. There are a variety of colors, prints and bag styles available. So if you are looking for a new handbag, purse, makeup bag, wristlet and more we have you covered. Here are some of our favorites.

Scarves

The weather is getting colder so wrap up warm with a cozy scarf.

Handwarmers

Handwarmers are  stylish and practical. These are like gloves except there are no fingers. This feature makes handwarmers great for people on the go. You can text and use your phone while wearing these to! As the temperature drops you will be glad you have a pair of these. We have a variety of colors available to suit every style.

Winter Knit

Now autumn has begun the weather is only going to get colder. So be prepared for the colder wintery weather with some of out winter knit pieces. We have a variety of hats, scarves, gloves and more for the whole family.

You can go over to the website to see the whole autumn collection, you can see the other cool pieces we have available to. Treat yourself this autumn to a new bag or scarf, you could even get a gift for a loved one. Christmas is just around the corner! You can also visit out Facebook page to see more of the latest news and you can also keep updated with the great work we are doing in Nepal. Thanks for your continued support as all the profits go to the artisans who make the products. A purchase with us is a purchase that matters.

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The Symbol OM

You may have seen the symbol OM or you may have chanted it in your yoga class but what does it mean? Our customers have been asking that very question so today we are going to find out.

The Symbol

OM is spiritual and religious symbol and is also a sound. The symbol and sound is used across a variety of religions including Hinduism, Buddhism and more. Visually you will see OM with a few curves with a small semi-circle with a dot over the top. The design has a purpose it is not just about the way it looks. The curves that look like a sideways M or a number three shape represent two things. The top curve symbolizes the deep sleep state and the bottom curve is a symbol of the waking state. The curve next to those two is a symbol of the dream state. While the semi-circle near the top is symbol of illusion and the dot at the top is a symbol of consciousness.

So, what does that all mean? Well the symbol of OM signifies the four states of human awareness. The waking state, deep sleep, the dream state and the state of conscience. It is a representation of the universe and our connection to it. OM can also be a symbol of our existence birth, life and death.

The Sound

OM is not just a symbol but a sound to. It is believed to be the sound of our creation. OM is a chant that is used daily in a variety of religions and is also used in spiritual yoga classes. The frequency of the chant is the same as the frequency found throughout nature. By chanting it you are tuning in to the universe and everything in it. Not only that but the chant calms the mind and relaxes you which is why it is often used in yoga and meditation.

Wearing OM

It is believed that OM can bring peace to someone who wears it. OM is said to also bring good fortune and luck. The symbol is also believed to empower you and to build inner strength. Whether you believe this or not it is still a beautiful symbol with a lot of history and a deep spiritual meaning.

OM at EarthDivas

If you like the look and sound of the OM symbol why not wear it! We have a couple of stylish bags that feature the OM symbol. Take a look.

Maroon OM Bag

Om Cross-Body Bag Red

You can order the OM pieces on our website. Don’t forget that our products not only look good but are also fair-trade and green. You can read more about EarthDivas and our work on our previous blog posts. If you have any more questions or thoughts on symbols, fair-trade and more get in touch. We love hearing from you and your thoughts and ideas could be featured on our blog. You can also like us on Facebook to hear all our latest news.

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Stylishly Sustainable

The fashion industry is constantly changing and moving forward. Not just in what trends are out for the season or what colors are in style, the industry is making changes that matter. Many of the top designers are creating their latest ranges with sustainable fabrics. Customers are more aware than ever of the impact fashion has on the planet and want to see change. Today designers, factories, high street shops, customers and more are all working to create a greener fashion industry.

What are Sustainable Fabrics?

Sustainable fabrics are the way forward. These fabrics will dramatically reduce the impact that fashion has on the planet and the people living on it.

Today fashion is very fast. It is all about what new collections are out for the season. Customers want the latest trends at low prices. This is good for the fashionista rocking her new dress but it does come at a cost. Fabrics and the dyes used cause pollution and can cause workers to get sick. The fashion industry is one of the main contributors to pollution in our waters and on land.

This is where sustainable fabrics come in. These fabrics are designed to help combat these issues. The pollution is less, these are safer for workers and for the planet. The fashion industry can survive and thrive with green fabrics. So, what eco-friendly fabrics should you be looking out for?

  • Hemp – Hemp is durable and grows rapidly. This plant needs a small amount of pesticides or does not use any and it does not need fertilizer. It is easy to grow for famers and can be used for clothing, building materials and more. Hemp is a soft and comfortable fabric.
  • Bamboo – Bamboo grows quickly and does not need to be replanted. It just grows back. It does not need a lot of pesticides and cleans the air. Bamboo is a great choice for fabrics as it is antibacterial, light and biodegradable.
  • Organic Cotton – Organic cotton is grown without fertilizers and pesticides. This makes it better for the planet and for the people working with it. The organic cotton uses less water and can be dyed naturally. It is a comfortable fabric.
  • Silk – Silk is created by moths. In modern silk, the silk is taken with killing the moth pupa. This ensures that the fabric production is sustainable. The new silks do not need toxic dyes and can have its own unique color.
  • Wool – Wool has changed a lot. Now sustainable wool is taken from the animals humanely. The product has been shown to be better when the sheep has been given good living conditions. Wool is hypoallergenic, renewable and does not need chemicals.
  • Recycled Fabrics – Creating something new out of something old is a great way to be green. You can recycle any fabric to create a whole new item. Some designers are using this approach to and creating beautiful garments out of all sorts of things including parachutes.

Who is Using Green Fabrics?

Lots of designers are going down a greener path. Stella McCartney is a brand that uses its voice to promote sustainability. High street shops like H&M are also trying to improve on the fabrics they use by creating a conscious collection. These examples show that eco-friendly fashion is on trend, stylish and is becoming mainstream.

Celebrities love green fashion to! Gwynneth Paltrow, Emma Watson and Michelle Obama to name a few.

Sustainability at EarthDivas

At EarthDivas we take sustainability seriously. All our products are fair-trade and green. We are here to say that you can be stylish and sustainable. We have something for everyone from bamboo scarfs to organic cotton bags and more. Take a look at our website to find clothing and accessories for every style and occasion.

Lucy Siegle once said “fast fashion isn’t free. Someone somewhere is paying”. So, make a purchase that makes a difference.

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The Tree of Life

The tree of life is a symbol that appears on jewelry, bags and more. The design varies and it has a deep meaning across a variety of cultures. So, what is this popular tree symbol and what does it mean?

Tree of Life Meaning

This symbol has been seen throughout history, right back to ancient times. Each culture does have their own interpretation of the symbol but the strong tree design is always present. A tree is used because of its growth, links to nature and the cycle it undertakes. All these factors make it a symbol of history, ancestry, life and more. The way the trunk grows from a seed and then branches off into smaller branches and then into twigs is a symbol of life and how it progresses.

The tree also symbolizes connection. A tree’s roots are connected to the soil, the trunk is connected to branches and the branches reach up to the sky. The tree is connected to both mother earth and the energy of the sun. This can be said for life to. We are connected to the world around use and need other people to thrive.

Trees can also be used as a symbol of how we grow as people. Trees begin the same and grow. However, events such as storms can whither the trees. The same can be said for people. We start out the same and different experiences make us grow into different people. Like the tree we hold on to what makes us strong through stormy times.

In some cultures, the tree is also a symbol of rebirth. When the trees lose all their leaves, they regrow in the new season. This makes the tree a symbol of positivity and of a brighter future. It can be a new start to life.

The Main Message

The tree of life has many meanings and ideas behind it. So, you can interpret how you like. The major themes behind this symbol are life, connection, positivity and rebirth.

We love the tree of life design at EarthDivas, so we use it in our collections. On our website, we have a wide range of bags that have a tree of life design. There are different colors and styles available so there is something to suit everyone. Check out some of our favorites.

This first bag is our tree of life cross-body sling back. This is a cute bag that will add some color to your outfit. We have these available in purple which you can see here and in purple bleach.

This is our plum tree of life backpack. This is a cute bag that will suit all ages. We also have this available in teal.

Next, we have this gorgeous black stonewash drawstring bag. The bag is hand embroidered with the tree of life symbol. This will add boho chic to any outfit.

The last of our tree of life favorites is the small tree of life cross-body sling bag. This one is purple and we have other colors available.

These bags and more are available to purchase on our website. Make sure you check out our other items to. You can also like us on Facebook. Our Facebook page is full of news, new designs and more.

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Make a Purchase That Matters

At EarthDivas we give 100% of the profits made to the artisans who create our products. Our goal is to help businesses grow and to give back to the artisans who work hard to make beautiful products. Our products are also handmade, fair trade and green.

Artisans We Work With

We work with businesses in Nepal. This is because in developing countries like this most craft items are handmade, mostly by women.  We want to help women’s skills grow and together create thriving craft businesses. The ladies we work with can be taught new skills at our tailoring school and will receive a job in the artisan community. Here are some of the women that EarthDivas have been working with. Each of these women has been given the skills and confidence to earn money from crafting.

Make a Purchase That Matters

By purchasing products from EarthDivas you are not only going to receive a trendy product but you are also helping to empower women in a developing country, because of shoppers like you women can provide for their families. We are a proud member of Fair trade and are proud to work with talented artisans.

It is not just because of the wonderful opportunities the business offers that makes our products must buys. Our products are also friendly to the planet. We care about our planet, the environment and everybody in it.  Our planet is under pressure and we are using up more resources than the earth can cope with. Together we can turn this around. By thinking about what we buy and how we live, we can help the planet. By buying handmade items that are dyed with vegetables we can have beautiful items that are not damaging to the earth. With EarthDivas you can make a purchase that truly does matter.

Moving Forward

EarthDivas make regular trips to Nepal. This is to ensure that artisans are working in a positive environment, to check on materials, to create new designs and more. On the last trip to Nepal Ed from EarthDivas met up with Ganesh. Ganesh has worked with EarthDivas for over 10 years, on this visit he explains about hemp fiber. How he dyes the hemp and weaves it into fabric. The hemp is dyed with vegetable dye which makes crafted items natural, green and looking stylish.

We want to move forward with Ganesh and hemp fabrics. That is why we will have a new collection of hemp bags available in the coming spring. We will keep you updated about these beautiful new bags. You can have a look at the video on our Facebook page here.

Visit the EarthDivas website to take a look at our handmade products. There is something for everyone from stylish to quirky. We will keep you updated on the blog about new collections, trips to Nepal, fair trade news and more. You can also visit our Facebook page that is full or articles, events and more.

Thank you for supporting EarthDivas and the many artisans we work with.

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New EarthDivas Blog

The EarthDivas blog is back! Recently we have taken a hiatus but we are starting back up again with lots to share. Today we want to kick things off with who we are and what we do. We also want to have a chat about the blog and its future. So, let’s begin.

For our new readers hello and welcome to EarthDivas. We are a fair-trade company that provides work opportunities for women in developing countries. This is all about giving women the chance to earn higher wages and teaching worker’s new skills through our tailoring school. Our focus has been in Nepal, by focusing on this one place we can use all our resources to change hundreds of women’s lives. We believe that together we can make a difference.


Why women? Well in countries like Nepal, women create most of the craft items by hand. However, most men can earn 5 to 10 times more for their sewing machine work. We want to help empower women to learn, grow and succeed. We do this by paying the artisans as much as possible and by closely working with the ladies and businesses of Nepal to create new job opportunities. Our tailoring school equips women with the best skills to build a positive and well payed work life.

So, what do we sell? We have a wide selection of unique items from bags to hats and more. We have a stylish new collection to which you can visit here. Each item will help change lives, giving the pieces you buy a meaning. It doesn’t just look gorgeous you are helping a small craft businesses thrive. There is something for everyone here, it’s also great if you’re looking for gift ideas. We have a testimonials page so you don’t just have to take our word on how excellent our products are.


Now here is something for both the new readers and the amazing people already supporting this project. My name is Rebecca and I would like to introduce myself as the new blogger for EarthDivas. I believe in this project and want to spread the word about the wonderful work being done. I plan to bring the latest news, EarthDivas products and more.

I would also love to hear from you. Our customers and readers are the key to the success of this company and we need your support. Any suggestions about what you want to see, any inspiring stories you want to share or maybe you just want to talk Fairtrade and equality. Whatever it is we want to hear about it. Don’t forget to leave some comments about your new purchases to!

I want to end this post with a quote from a famous face of women’s rights and equality Emma Watson. “As consumers, we have so much power to change the world, just by being careful what we buy.” In the world, we live in now this couldn’t be more relevant. We can change lives by choosing to buy fair-trade. Follow our blog for more news, updates and more.

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