Oxfam has added some fantastic new accessories to it’s online shop and as I was browsing the range, I thought I’d share some of the great pieces. Not only are they bang on trend but they are all fair trade and ethically made from places as far ranging as Southern Africa to Bristol. My fave pieces are the earrings: the tropical leaf and tassel ones. Once pay day hits next week, I’ll be stocking up my jewellery box.
There are also bags, purses and scarves to have a look through. The range has a slight Oliver Bonas feel to it – and nothing wrong with that in my book.
It’s great that through buying these accessories, you’re not only supporting fair trade suppliers but helping to beat poverty for good, as all profits made will be going to support Oxfam’s work. What’s not to like?
All photos taken from Oxfam’s website.
Blue tassel earrings. These earrings are handmade from silk and brass by artisans working as part of fair trade groups in India.
Navy samosa coin purse. This cute little piece is handmade in Scotland using real leather, and then hand embossed with an abstract copper design.
Navy semi circle necklace. This modern piece is made from real brass by artisans who work in a fair trade group in Lima, Peru.
Tropical leaf studs. Handmade in Bristol, these cute little earrings are from a collaboration between Oxfam and jewellery brand, Lima Lima.
Rose gold tote bag. Made by Mypapertote, this tote bag is made from certified, washable paper. But don’t worry, it won’t dissolve in the rain!