Walking the Ethical Path

Artist Printing on fabric Dabu Block Prinitng
I am beyond excited to announce that our products will be carried by jewel and lotus an ethical marketplace. Shree Roopam handmade textile products made with the goodness of natural dyes will be able to reach a wider audience this platform.
 
Let me tell you a little more about them, Jewel and Lotus is an ethical marketplace connecting conscious consumers with ethical brands from around the world. Their mission is to make ethical products accessible to the conscious consumers by providing a common platform to ethical brands like us who care about people and earth. 
 

Well, it's really like a curated collection of amazing sustainable products. I can literally spend hours checking these products. And, how could I stop myself from sharing my amazing finds with you :)

Handmade Black Clay Teapot: TERRA KLAY brings black pottery of teapots and teacups, handmade by traditional tribal artisans from India with a strong emphasis on fair trade.

Amara Maxi Dress
Love this dress from Tulle and Batiste. They offer vintage-inspired collections of women’s clothing handmade in Indonesia.

 

Aqua+Orange Tote

You should definitely go and read the story of Brand With A Purpose. A group of 6 women create these stunning bags, tote and pouches.

 

BENETI dress
An elegant summer maxi dress in a modernized African print in red, cream and mustard hues.

 


Organic Sunny Days Dress in Vintage Purple

This boho dress is Hand-dyed with Botanical dyes.

 

Rasa Napkin Set

How can I leave Indigo dyed Napkins behind?

Also, eagerly waiting for our napkins to reach here, they are being printed as you read this.  

 

I am sure we will see more and more ethical and sustainable brands in days to come to walk this Ethical Path with us .........

 

 


2 comments

  • Thanks a lot Jess for all the love and appreciation. It is so fulfilling at the same time they are equally beautiful and unique which makes them so special..

    Sonal Gurjar
  • I love that you have chosen such beautiful items that are ethically sourced. That is something that is important to me is supporting local artist and businesses, but sometimes it is hard to find certain things that are made well and know you are actually supporting those that are working hard to support their families. Thank you for sharing this post!

    Jess

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