Product Feature of the Week: Temple Bead Earrings

July 29, 2013 0 Comments

Product Feature of the Week: Temple Bead Earrings

I’m really indecisive. Sometimes I have a hard time deciding what to eat for breakfast, let alone what to wear, but these unique temple bead earrings make one decision easy. In sea colors and rose, they go with just about any outfit. They are handcrafted, so each piece is one of a kind. You can walk out the door knowing that no one will have earrings quite like yours.

  

These charming earrings are made by women in Tamil Nadu, Southern India. Yobel partners with UK based Just Trade and Via Design, who offers craft training and encouragement to help these women learn to provide for themselves through social enterprise. While creating this beautiful jewelry, they work in an ethically sound, supportive environment and earn a fair wage. Because of the skills these women have gained, they can provide for themselves and their families.

Why not save yourself a little time in the morning and invest in some earrings that will look fabulous no matter how many times you change your outfit, all while helping women in India learn to support themselves.





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