I can remember a time before Fair Trade and I can remember finding out about the incredibly low pay people received, the inhumane working conditions and the perpetual poverty workers were being kept in. Why? So we could have cheap clothes, food and flowers. As a teenager, I was outraged by animal testing and for me, not paying people fairly is equally deplorable. For that reason, I’ve been shopping with People Tree as often as I can. Their philosophy is simple: People Tree aims to be 100% Fair Trade throughout our supply chain. The clothes they sell are not only beautiful but ethically sound, from both a fair trade perspective and an environmental one. I decided to spend a bit of time taking a look at some of their dresses. Oh my, there’s plenty I’d like!

People Tree Dresses

1. Tricia Dress in Green £68 // 2. Orla Kiely Shirt Dress £90 // 3. Tricia Dress in Red £68

4. Elizabeth Dress £78 // 5. Maggie Dress £65 // 6. Eva Dove Dress £56 (Reduced)

I would quite happily buy all of these dresses, if only my credit card would allow! Gorgeous and ethical, what’s not to love?! What are your favourite fair trade shops? Let me know so I can shop there too!

4 Comments on #BEDM – World Fair Trade Day

  1. I’ve always wanted to support fair trade shops, but I don’t know many. The only one I know is the local Fair Trade Shop. It would be nice to know more shops and being able to add my two cents.
    Love, Deborah

  2. What a beautiful store you’ve shared – beautiful clothes and philosophy 🙂 there is a beautiful fair trade shop in Leicester that I would visit when I was a student there at uni, but I can’t rememeber the name – d’oh

    • Their clothes are gorgeous! I’ve fallen head of heels in love with them all over again! 🙂

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