Mr. Wonderful and I celebrated one of his little cousin’s 13th birthday party (hello teen years!) so I had him take a few quick photos before we headed out to the party – yes he took these!
Look at these sweet beaded bracelets with a story.
Darling aren’t they? Just wait until you hear how buying one will actually be guilt-free shopping.
Mae Movement is a line of fair trade hand crocheted glass beaded bracelets that provide a sustainable living for women in Nepal. Founded by a mother and daughter who stumbled across the bracelets while in Florida, they began researching the bracelets and discovered their story. These Nepalese bracelets are hand crocheted and take up to an hour to create. By supporting these women with a fair wage made from the sales of these bracelets, they are able to live a much more sustainable life with the ability to escape from poverty and human trafficking.
There are so many colors and different combinations to choose from. You can buy them individually ($13) or in a three set ($36). Shop here. I paired mine with a couple other favorites, I love their beachy, summer look.
On another note, kudos to fashion bloggers. I honestly couldn’t get all dolled up every day and carefully choose my outfit, or make Mr. Wonderful do this all the time. I wish I could put this much effort into my hair and outfit every day but it’s summer hot and I can’t. Actually as soon as I got home from the party, I immediately changed into comfy clothes – pajamas for the rest of the day. Anyone else a PJ/sweat pants lover?
Bracelet: c/o Mae Movement / Chambray dress: J.Crew Factory / Double wrap braided belt: Abercrombie & Fitch / Cork wedges: Toms / Purse: Louis Vuitton Artsy MM with shoulder strap / Gold plated long necklace: Kendra Scott / Watch: Tissot / Cross bracelet: Gift / Cross and initial ring: Costa Mesa boutique
Diana Elizabeth loves the metal gold if you couldn’t already tell by her gold nail polish.