5 Fair Trade and Ethical Maxi Dresses We're Loving for Summer
Summertime! With the summer season finally here it's time to pull out your favorite sunny weather dresses. At Love Justly we have five fair trade and ethical maxi dresses that we're loving for summer!
The beautiful thing about ethical maxi dresses is that you know the people who made your dress were treated fairly in the process. They received a fair living wage and worked in safe conditions. It's something everyone should receive, but all too often doesn't happen in the fashion industry.
By supporting companies that make sure their artisans are treated with respect and are empowered you're telling these companies thank you for making the world a better place. Our dollars truly do speak loudly!
Below is a look at some of our favorites! Summer we're so glad you're here!
Sky Blue and Coral Maxi Dress
Featuring a zig-zag sky blue and coral pattern you'll love the elegance of this summer beauty.
The slit along the bottom gives it a fun and flirty look!
Headed on vacation this summer? You'll love having this dress along for the journey!
The slip-on style is comfortable to wear and it has pockets - yay!
Whether for an afternoon date with friends, or a special someone, this dress is just what you need for enjoying the outdoors with those you love! The drawstring waist, and adjustable ties at the neck, make it easy to wear!
Perfect for bringing a little sass to the summertime, this blue zebra print is exotic, elegant, and one-of-a-kind. The hand-block print design calls back to centuries of tradition, making this a true piece of art!
This longer kimono maxi dress is figure flattering with a plunging neckline and a sparkly gold zebra print. It adds a worldly flair to your summer wardrobe. Wear this as a cover-up on the beach, or as a striking piece for a night out!
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