TRENDY BAGS FOR FALL THAT GIVE BACK

IT'S TIME TO TRADE IN YOUR SUMMER HANDBAG & REALLY FALL FOR SOMETHING NEW!

If you could pick one bag to own this fall, what would it be? A crossover bag, bucket bag, clutch, or tote - I can't decide! 

Here is a tour of my favorite fall bags that give back!

THe designer bag that is giving back is Kate Spade!

Kate Spade Nylon Wristlet - This wristlet was handcrafted by the Kate Spade line "on purpose" by the artisans of Masoro: 150 talented Rwandan women are creating a ripple effect on their entire community. Click here to learn more.

 

GAIA Crossover Brittany Roundie - GAIA creations are handmade by resettled refugee women in Dallas, TX, empowering marginalized women through employment, encouragement, and dedication to their long-term success.  To learn more about the founder Paula Minnis - click here

JOYN Crossover Suede SatchelJOYN provides employees in Rajpur, India with not only steady jobs and a good work environment, but a daily meal plan, education for their children, English and vocational training, and medical care. LIves are changing as a result. Click here to learn more. 

Raven & Lily Azeb Getaway Leather Tote Raven + Lily currently helps employ over 1,500 marginalized women at fair trade wages to give them access to a safe job, sustainable income, health care, education, and a real chance to to break the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families. This bag empowers women in Ethiopia. Click here to learn more. 

FashionABLE Mamuye Handcrafted Leather Tote - Each fashionABLE product is named after one of the heroic women they employ. This bag was made by women in Ethiopia & Kenya. FASHIONABLE’s role  is working with women, both locally and globally, who have overcome challenges ranging from prostitution, to addiction, to lack of opportunities. Click here to learn more. 

Sseko Leather Hobo Bag - Sseko Designs is a fashion brand based in Uganda. The Hobo Bags are made by Sseko 's partners in Ethiopia. The partner organization employs 29 women and subsided their education. Click here to learn more. 

Yellowwood leather clutch - This clutch is handmade by local artists in Niamey, Niger. The couple that founded Yellowwood are adorable. The heart & soul of Shop Yellowwood is helping children. 25% of all profits they make go directly towards orphan support in India, Uganda & Niger. Click here to learn more.  

WHICH ONE WOULD YOU PICK?