Tuesday Ten: #FairTuesday Gift Guide

Black Friday and Cyber Monday have passed, but the holiday shopping isn’t over yet. Today is #FairTuesday, an ethical shopping movement meant to inspire conscious consumerism. Shopping for fair trade products is simple, and it makes a big difference in the lives of the communities who make them. Below I am sharing a few fair trade products that are perfect gifts for your loved ones this holiday season—including several picks from my own ethical online shop The Little Market. From ornaments to stocking stuffers to perfect presents to put under the tree, there’s a little something for everyone here.

Take a peek at my 10 picks below and then click the links to shop for your favorites…
Tuesday Ten: #FairTuesday Gift Guide
Here’s where to shop…

  1. Holliday Hat, $50.75. 

    Handmade by women artisans in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
  2. Holiday Chocolate Bar Gift Set, $29.99.
    Made in Madagascar using heirloom ingredients, sustainable forest-farming techniques, and efficient production models.
  3. White Dove Ornament, $12.
    Handmade in Nepal by Friends Handicrafts, an organization fighting urban poverty and employing women heads-of-household.
  4. Able Made x WHIT Peru Dot Clutch, $120.
    Proceeds provide a month of essential training for 30 women at risk for human trafficking.
  5. Studded Cuff, $48. 

    Handcrafted by master artisans in South Africa.
  6. Morning Glory Brightening Complexion Booster, $48. 

    1 percent of One Love Organics’ annual revenue provides scholarships to support education for low-income families in developing nations and the U.S.
  7. Rose Gold Candle, $38. 

    Handmade in India by Community Friendly Movement, an organization that provides commercial opportunities for marginalized artisans throughout India.
  8. White Rose Pillow Case, $48. 

    Handmade in Nepal by Friends Handicrafts, an organization fighting urban poverty and employing women heads-of-household.
  9. Little Bear Baby Set, $28 beanie, $24 mittens, $24 booties. 

    Hand-knit using eco-friendly materials in Bolivia by Artesania Sorata, an artisan cooperative comprised of indigenous craftspeople from across Bolivia.
  10. Classic Little Blush Trunk, $350.
    Handmade in India by Nappa Dori, an intimate fashion house with an emphasis on quality and social justice.

To celebrate #FairTuesay, myfair trade shop The Little Market is offering 10 percent off the entire site today! Use the promo code fairtuesday to shop ethically and make a difference in people’s lives.

Are you going to buy any fair trade gifts this holiday season?

Share your ideas in the comments below.

XO Lauren

Categories: Gift Ideas, Holiday Gift Ideas, Lauren Conrad, Tuesday Ten
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  • Lauren

    I love fair trade gifts. It feels great to give purposefully and support equality. My favorite fair trade chocolate is Theo brand {https://www.theochocolate.com}.

    Their dark chocolate bars are incredible and the company is committed to transparency. They have tons of unique specialty gifts. If you are ever in the Seattle area, you can tour the factory and taste samples of the chocolate!

    Another great store to support is the Breaking Free Boutique {http://www.breakingfreeboutique.com}
    They sell handmade scarves, jewelry, body butters, soaps, and other fun products. 100% of the proceeds from each sale are used to serve and empower survivors of sexual exploitation at their program in the Twin Cities.

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