I shop online almost exclusively - partially because I like to rock an all-day PJ - partially because I can ensure what I'm purchasing is up to my ethical shopping standards without depleting my entire data plan.
This year I've committed to buying, for both my personal 'needs' and friend/family holiday gifts, items which meet my aesthetic desires and quality requirements while also satisfying the ethical/sustainable rules I've set for myself.
Since not everyone in my life wants a Leotie Lovely clutch, this means delving deep the the depths of the internet to find gems hidden under the waves of paid advertisements from big bad brands. A lazy gal's treasure hunt of sorts.
As I made my way down the holiday list of my ever growing family this past month, I discovered a few goods worth sharing which just might hit your last minute holiday shopping needs, or at the very least inspire a smile:
Fair Labour Association & Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production.
FSC certified plantation hardwood chassis housed in 100% recycled packaging. To top it off, they plant a tree for every 100 products sold, and are members of 1% For The Planet, which united 1,200 companies to give to 3,300 not-for-profits resulting in more than 100 million dollars given back to mama earth.