I love the lightweight jewelry pieces made by Worldfinds. The beautiful hand-made jewelry perfectly adds a fun pop of color and style to any plain outfit. I also like the fact that you feel like you aren’t wearing jewelry at all. The jewelry feels weightless, is also unique and stylish.
I love that each bracelet has a them . For example, the theme in the blue serenity bracelet is soothing calm and quiet stillness. This pink compassion bracelet symbolizes how important it is to partner with those in need, being empathic and kind. It’s like each design tells a story.
How wonderful it is that some bracelets even donate 15% of the wholesale price of the bracelet to specific foundations! The Rescue bracelet donates to the Animal Care League, who have been helping homeless animals since 1973. Donations are made based on how many bracelets are purchased from the artisans, not product sales.
Each piece of Kantha jewelry is handmade by artisans using repurposed materials. It started as a movement to empower the poorer communities while being kind to the earth. Purchasing products from WorldFind helps send girls to school, and transform communities.
WorldFinds mission is to empower women through fair trade. The jewelry and accessories create work for over 700 artisans in vulnerable communities in India and could be found in over 900 stores in the US.
Mix and match the different earning, necklaces and bracelets to make a fun combination. Also accessorize with colorful scarves, face masks and bags to complete the look. It’s fun jewelry and products with a special purpose.
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