“When MarketPlace Handwork of India contacted me, I was so horned to lend my voice to such an amazing organization. All they asked was that I wear one of their pieces and share their mission. Something so simple, but the possibility of helping women who have devoted their lives to helping other women and disabled people felt so big.”- And I Get Dressed
This Fall, MarketPlace reached out to fashion bloggers around the country to style our clothing in different and creative ways. These bloggers featured below were excited to support our mission of fair trade and social empowerment, and each found a uniquely beautiful way to wear our clothing. Check out their blogs to learn more about their experience styling a MarketPlace jacket or top!
We want to thank all bloggers for your support in this collaboration, and for showing off our clothing in artistic and innovative ways!
“So Marketplace does good things, and creates very cool clothing. My cotton jacket is light and floaty, beautifully printed on both sides, and so versatile. I’ve worn it with dresses, as here, and with my distressed (= holey) jeans. Marketplace offers gorgeous dresses, skirts, and my favorites – long tunics that are awesome over jeans or leggings.” – Not Dead Yet Style
Here are the links to all the blogs:
Late Blooming Sparkle:http://latebloomingsparkle.blogspot.in/2013/11/share-power.html
Fashion For Giants: http://fashionforgiants.blogspot.in/2013/11/marketplace-handwork-of-india.html
Secrets of a Stylist: http://www.secretsofastylist.com/2013/11/how-to-style-ethnic-print-items.html
And I Get Dressed: http://www.andigetdressed.com/2013/11/marketplace-handwork-of-india.html
Joyatri’s Adventures in Vintage: http://joyatri.squarespace.com/joyatri-home-page/2013/11/17/everyone-jump-upon-the-peace-train.html