Sustainably Chic

This Mother's Day, Discover the World with GlobeIn's Admire Box

Lifestyle, Lifestyle Pt. 2Natalie Kay

The Box that Gives

I'm very excited to share GlobeIn's Limited Edition Admire Box with you this weekend! I've already had several people ask me about sustainably-minded Mother's Day Gifts {can you believe it's almost May!}, and this one is the top of my list. When I opened the box for the first time, I immediately thought about how much my mom would love it! From mesmerizing wine glasses to eco-chic jewelry, I can't think of many mothers who wouldn't be ecstatic to receive such a beautiful may want one for yourself, too ;)

Just in case you haven't seen one of these Artisan Boxes on my blog before, GlobeIn is a monthly subscription box connecting us to remote artisans all over the world.  It's a wonderful way to learn about other makers, crafts & culture! Each box comes with a detailed pamphlet telling you about every product, where it is made and who you are supporting. 

This particular box - The Admire Box - is valued at $145 but is selling for $80 with a subscription to GlobeIn's Artisan Box {$90 for a one-time purchase}.

So let's explore what's in this amazing box...

I'm going to start with the Hand Blown Wine Glasses because I have never seen such a pretty glass! The slight rainbow effect when it hits the light just right makes sharing a glass of wine even better. They are made in Mexico by artisan organization Cristaluc, which employs 40 local artisans in the city of Tonalá. 

How sweet is the Elephant Bottle Stopper? These adorable brass stoppers are made in South Africa by Roots of Creation, an artisan organization full of aunties, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews. I'm sure their working atmosphere must be so lively and fun! 

This is one of my go-to necklaces right now - the Floating Necklace looks as if it is literally floating on you. The layers of semi-precious stones and crystal beads on woven silk thread are stunning. I feel like they pair with this Thought top perfectly. Don't you think? These necklaces are handcrafted in Thailand by the Akha People who are indigenous to South-East Asia and live throughout Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Eastern China.

To add to your sustainable fashion accessory collection - the Infinity Scarf from Thailand. This scarf is hand dyed on a woven silk and cotton fabric, and it is made by the same organization who created the Floating Necklace. The Marquet artisan collective employs over a hundred crafts people to work from home, which creates a flexible schedule for them to attend to family and other personal commitments.

Because you know how much I love flowers, the Handwoven Vase is right at home in my little apartment. This colorful center piece is made in Rwanda by weaver Marcelline {each hangtag comes with the actual artisan behind the product - pretty cool, right?!}. She has been weaving for 24 years, and is able to sustainably support her family through this work. 

Enjoy <3

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