New Fair Trade Fall Accessories

As I write this, the wind is blowing hard outside. I can see yellow, orange, and red leaves cascading past my office window, covering my yard with a patchwork of bright fall colors. Fall is officially here! What does this mean?

Brisk mornings at the Farmer’s Market. Sunny, windy afternoon walks. And, my favorite….the transition to my favorite, Fall fair trade accessories!

We’ve gotten in some amazing fair trade scarves, hemp handbags, even eye glass cases just in time for the chilly Fall season! So, I wanted to take a minute to highlight some of my favorite picks from the new selection.

1. Moyer Wool Scarf

Nothing says Fall like super soft wool! Wool is one of my favorite fabrics because it’s so versatile; it will keep you incredibly warm in the winter, and even cool in the summer!

Our Moyer Wool Scarf is made from beautiful white wool; it’s handmade and fair trade from Nepal. Take a look!

I love this scarf because so many people look great in white; this would make a wonderful scarf for the upcoming holiday season!

2. Purple Pin Belt

I’m super excited about these new fair trade belts we’ve just gotten in. Not only are they handmade and unique, but they’re also made from sustainable hemp. Yay! And, purple is my favorite color, and a wonderful shade for the Fall season. Take a look at our new pin belts:

We also have these fair trade hemp belts in natural, silk stripe, 3 Color stripe, and a few others we haven’t gotten up on the site just yet. So, stay tuned for more options here!

3. Hemp and Cotton Beanie

I love beanies; I wear them all the time, especially since it’s so cold here in Michigan. If you’re into beanies too, then you’ll love our new Hemp and Cotton Beanie.

This hat is very soft thanks to the hemp/cotton blend we used. And as always, it’s handmade and fair trade from Nepal. You can bet this cool hat will be keeping a lot of heads warm this fall and winter!

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