Weathering the Cold with Ethical Fashion

Here are some scarves, hats, gloves, and other ethical fashion to get your through these shivery months.

I’ll start with kids’ stuff because it’s the cutest.

Purple Veggie Hat from Green Babies

Flowery Pink Ear Warmer from Trade as One

Now scarves for grown ups:

Bamboo Infinity Scarf from Cariloha

Hand Woven Scarves from Seven Hopes United

Alpaca Wool Hooded Scarf from Global Girlfriend

Ishingo Striped Scarf from Indego Africa

Alpaca Hand Loomed Scarf from Indigenous

And hats

Selkie Hat from Greenola Style

And gloves

Zelda Armwarmer from Greenola Style

Merino Gloves from Albam


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Emily founded Stop Traffick Fashion in 2009. She’d been becoming more and more involved in the abolitionist movement, and she decided to start STF as an opportunity to bring together the best of all products made by survivors of trafficking. She hopes her response to trafficking will inspire others to take action, even in a small way. Emily lives in Bend, Oregon, enjoys traveling, and has visited Hagar International and StopStart in Cambodia.

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