My Favorite Ethical Fashion Boutiques & Brands

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Yes, I know . . . it seems like every blogger has their own list of favorite sites, but I decided to do my own after a text conversation with a friend in the ethical fashion world who wasn’t aware of a few I’d mentioned. (In my own COVID-19 preparedness today I overbought from some of my favorites to make sure they were still having sales right now. #Oops #NotReally ). I figured . . . if there were groups she wasn’t aware of then there are ones that others aren’t aware of, either.

Except for those listed in the bottom section, these are all boutiques and shops I have personally shopped from.

These are in no particular order. In addition to the few links that are affiliate links (which I shop from regularly), I volunteer as a Mercy House Global Ambassador. Most of these on the list are just boutiques & brands I love and want to drive as much attention to as possible!

One way to get a taste of a variety of items from around the world is through a Fair Trade Friday subscription box. There are a variety of options starting at $12.99/mo including an Earring of the Month, Bracelet of the Month, and the Original Box (my personal favorite!) Many of the brands below are ones I first discovered through Fair Trade Friday.

Many of these groups have wholesale options and I would be happy to put you in touch with the correct person, if you are interested.

Boutiques & Marketplaces
Mercy House Global (Magnolia, TX)
The Lemonade Boutique (Minnesota) Use code FAIRETHICALFRUGAL for an additional 10% off. Not valid with other codes.
Naupaka Store (Maui, Hawaii) Use code FAIRETHICALFRUGAL for an additional 10% off. Not valid with other codes.
Amma’s Umma (Port Angeles, WA)
New Creation VA (Harrisonburg, VA)
Mango + Main (Annapolis, VA)
Shop With A Mission (Glendora, CA)
Redemption Market (Phoenix, AZ)
Bought Beautifully (Sheridan, WY)
Feed My Starving Children Marketplace (Minnesota, Texas, Arizona, Illinois)

Jewelry & Household Items
Papillon Marketplace (Haiti)
HUGG Mission Market (Haiti)
Rahab’s Rope (India)
Village Artisan (India)
Starfish Project (Asia)
Grain of Rice Project (Kenya)
Purpose Jewelry (India, Uganda, Mexico, California)
Sela Designs (Wisconsin)

Clothing, Shoes, and Bags
The Root Collective (Guatemala)
Elegantees (Nepal)
Indigo Wild (Maui)
Pact
Joyn Bags (Asia)

Bath and Body
Live.Simple.Soap (Ohio)
Thistle Farms (Tennessee)
Zambeezi (Zambia)

Other Brands I Love
These are mostly items I own, but have bought from a 3rd party, like Fair Trade Friday or a boutique listed above. Some are also on my “wish list”.
Karama Collection (Kenya)
Mar Y Lana (Columbia)
Fair Anita
GOEX Apparel (Haiti, North Carolina, and Kansas City)
Haiti Design Co (Haiti)
Glory Haus (Georgia)
Repurposed on Purpose (Georgia)
Hands Producing Hope (Costa Rica, Rwanda)
Fashion & Compassion (Mexico, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, North Carolina)

**If you would like links to Amabassadors, Fellows, and Compassionate Entrepreneurs from Noonday, Seeko, and Trade of Hope I will happily direct you to my friends’ sites.







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Welcome to this space where faith, fair trade, ethical fashion, and frugal living collide. A wife, a mom, and a follower of Christ, my passion for #FairTrade & #EthicalFashion is motivated by my belief that we are ALL created in God's image and that those who make the items we buy should be treated with respect & earn a living wage! A bargain hunter at heart, it's my desire to share how to purchase fair & ethical items while still being frugal!

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