Necklace c/o || Bracelet c/o || Poncho (loving this) || Jeans || Boots (similar)
I was recently contacted by Uncommon Goods to style a couple pieces of jewelry from their collection. I love reading and learning more about a company before working with them and want to share a bit about Uncommon Goods.
Uncommon Goods was founded in 1999 in Brooklyn, New York. They are an independently owned company that endeavors to feature unique designs and handcrafted gifts created in harmony with the environment and without harm to animals or people. Their lowest paid seasonal worker starts at 50% above minimum wage and they make it their mission to support and provide a platform for artists and designers. Half of the products they sell are made by hand.
Something that really stood out to me when reading more about the company was their Better to Give program. With every purchase made, Uncommon Goods donates $1 to a non-profit organization of your choice! How neat is that? Over the years they have donated more than $1,000,000 to charities all over the globe.
Be sure to check out their site here for more unique jewelry pieces! You can even use their Voting Tool to get a first look at their newest arrivals and help decide which products will become the next Uncommon Goods.
I have been searching to add more bracelets to my jewelry collection since I don't own very many. I feel lost when it comes to arm candy and find myself adding more and more necklaces to my jewelry collection. When browsing through Uncommon Goods bracelets I found so many interesting designs that I have added to my wishlist. Go check our their bracelet collection if you feel you are in a similar boat (;
I haven't worn this top in ages and wanted to re-style it with my new turquoise pieces from Uncommon Goods. This Acai Berry set is effortlessly stunning, I love the varying bead sizes and the multiple bands make for a perfect statement. The pop of turquoise really made this outfit.
If you are searching for a unique gift for someone this holiday season I highly recommend checking out Uncommon Goods.