Normally I’m not one to plug a single product or business. But since October is fair trade month I’m going to let you in on a little fair trade secret.
Be Good has lovely clothing and jewelry for the ladies, gear for the guys, gifts for all. And every stitch of it is socially responsible, fair trade, sustainable, and/or philanthropic (usually and).
For many of us going more eco, our clothing is the final frontier of green-itude. And it can be tricky finding stylish goods in the sea of hemp caftans and beige messenger bags out there.
Owners Mark Spera & Dean Ramadan have curated an amazing collection of fine greenery for the hipster set. In a jaded world of I-can’t-make-a-difference-so-why-bother, their optimism and energy is refreshing and contagious. Plus how can you argue with free shipping over $50 and free returns?
Pop in the brick/mortar shop on Union Street in San Francisco, or just pop by the website.
What are some of your favorite online eco-purveyors?