12.08.2014

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE | GIFTS UNDER $100

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The sweet spot, you know? Everybody loves a blast-your-eyebrows-off generous gift once in a while, but nailing that thoughtful gift that's under $100, an ethically-made, produced from fair trade materials, and, better yet, supporting great causes with a portion of the profits gift, well, that's like finding a golden unicorn that grants wishes, isn't it? 

Well! Here are eleven morally + fiscally responsible unicorns (of the literally dozens available at Accompany, our sponsor this year), ready to grant you all the wishes you . . . nope. Ready to be gift wrapped, yes. :)

This post sponsored by Accompany! And for 20% off all full price items in this collection, use the code HNJ100!

7 comments :

  1. ohhhh, I love all of these! and I've really been loving everything you've had to say about accompany. thanks for sharing!

    love, arielle
    a simple elegance

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  2. I love this! They are all great!
    Love
    Pili
    Pils13.blogspot.com

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  3. I've never heard of 'Accompany' before! But I love that they're fair trade and profits of a selling product go towards a good cause! I'm all about that.

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  4. This is an awesome thing to do - an ethical gift roundup - but I have to question how "ethical" leather ever really is. It still means the unnecessary death of an animal (when there are plenty of other alternatives) and even the most "ethical" leather is still part of a factory farming system that everyone from the UN and beyond has named the number one cause of global warming (and environmental devastation that will impact the people with the least most). Yeah yeah that's annoying to hear, but it's certainly an ethical question.

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  5. Uhhh, your picks are always the best. Can you just fly over to England and give my wardrobe a makeover, please? First week of Jan works for me...;)

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  6. A $95 beanie? A beanie that is $95? ...$95 for a beanie?!?!

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