Accessory Spotting: Recycled Handmade Bracelet That Empowers WomenBy Tanner • Mar 19th, 2012 • Category: FASHION, Jewelry, Shoes and Accessories
I have always been of the mindset that fashion is empowering; how you look can fill you with confidence and give you an identity, help you relate to and communicate with others through visual ques. So you can imagine how excited I was when I discovered this fashionable wrist accessory that not only looks amazing and so on-trend for spring, but is a product sold through 31 Bits of the Harabu House, which sells goods made by women in impoverished nations to empower those women to rise above poverty. This particular cuff is made with an assortment of 100% recycled paper handmade beads and trinkets that are sewn to a thick fabric cuff. For only $42 (shop online), not only do you get a new statement wrist decoration that is one-of-a-kind, but you are supporting an amazing movement!
Tanner is Tanner is a cool cat from Alaska who left the arctic in search of the hot fashion scene in NYC. He stays hydrated in the heat drinking coconut flavored anything and warm in the cold by cocooning himself in layers of his hand knit scarves. His current obsession? Mixing his drink with equal parts of Diet Sierra Mist and the Dolly Parton station on Pandora
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