$ 14.00 $ 17.00
Each bracelet spells out an empowering word in morse code. Designed in DC and handmade by a woman impacted by trafficking in Thailand. Decode it: a dot is one bead, a dash is two beads.
+ Handmade in Thailand
+ Details: length - 7.75" | stretches to 8.5"
Ethic Goods was started in 2011 when founder Maegan Hawley noticed a problem in her closet. After accumulating all sorts of accessories while traveling, Maegan's jewelry sat on the shelf unused when she returned home. Most of the items came from social-impact organizations with the mission of empowering women. While each piece was special and represented a powerful story, the style didn’t quite fit her day-to-day life in Washington, DC. An unworn piece meant an untold story. Ethic is based in Washington, DC, and is now owned by four best friends. Ethic works with their artisans to design each line, and while they are designers by trade, their real mission is to use what they love (FASHION!) to help women across the globe heal, step into their potential, and leave a great legacy for their kids. They believe in solving problems creatively, living with purpose, and loving big. The artisan's courageous, adventurous, and resilient spirit is contagious in each piece. Their China and Thailand lines are handmade by women impacted by human trafficking. While their Ethiopia line is made by women impacted by HIV/AIDS. Each purchase helps to employ one of these women!