Liz Alig is an incredible company featured on Love Justly. It's a company that takes a fashion-forward approach to fair trade clothing and partners with fair trade cooperatives, workshops, and NGOs to help women gain meaningful work and hope. Every purchase makes a difference!
A while back we chatted with the founder of Liz Alig about the journey of items we all buy, how they incorporate native and ethnic textiles, and what she loves most about the mission of Liz Alig. If you haven't read it, we encourage you to check it out!
Below is a look at a few of our favorite pieces from Liz Alig. We love how they incorporate sustainable design into their fashion. You can't go wrong with a piece from them!
This is a shirt that has a beautifully-unique design down the back featuring a row of buttons. It's made in Bangladesh from cloth woven together from recycled cotton fibers. Click here to learn more.
Such a gorgeous design in this piece! Just love the pop of color and contrast with the black background! This dress is made in Cambodia at a small production facility that pays a fair wage, gives benefits, and more paid holidays than the U.S. The fabric is sourced from excess fabrics that production facilities in Cambodia discard, breathing new life into them. Learn more here.
The design and color of these shorts take you to Guatemala where they're made. They are vibrant and fun and perfect for spring/summer days! Artisans who are part of a women's cooperative in Guatemala made these shorts, providing employment and a way out of poverty. Learn more here.
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Affordable ethical fashion is hard to navigate. On the one hand, ethical fashion is going to cost more because each person behind the product is paid a fair wage. As a result, the item costs more to make, so the cost to consumers is going to be higher. This is the way fashion should be...but we're used to cheap fashion. This is where Love Justly comes in.