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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Conscious Consumerism: International Princess Project

Brands practicing conscious consumerism is something very close to my heart. It is one thing to make a eye-catching, quality product, it is something quite different to do so, & support your local or global community though it as well. I love that socially just companies are becoming more prevalent & am excited to have added another one to my radar - International Princess Project(Check out all of the Conscious Consumerism posts too!)
The International Princess Project is using beautiful products to help solve a very ugly reality in the world - human sex trafficking & slavery. They estimate that in India alone, this could sadly be the reality for more than 3 million women & girls.

The International Princess Project partners with indigenous organizations to create pathways to freedom. Women learn a new trade (sewing these gorgeous sleep pants!) & receives an above fair trade wage for her craft. The company returns all profits to ensuring that more women & girls can escape their lives of slavery & have the chance of a fresh start.
Read more about their inspiring story & shop their gorgeous collection of quality sleepwear, Punjammies

I love following this brand on social media, because they effortlessly remix the gorgeous pants for beachwear, and out & about!
Follow the International Princess Project on Instagram // Twitter // Facebook

12 comments:

  1. love those pants, cutest sleepwear ever!
    and of course the amazing story behind the product is even better!

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  2. Wow, these are the prettiest pajamas ever! I'm definitely going to purchase a pair of these, they're gorgeous! Also love that they're made for a cause!


    laurasbestlife.com

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  3. so fun!! xo
    jamie
    www.candystilettos.com

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  4. I love your pants, they're gorgeous! And such a good cause too!

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  5. This is one of my favorite columns on your blog! Who knew pajama pants could be so pretty?!

    26 and Not Counting

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  6. Thank you so much for the support! And,. for helping spread the message of hope and freedom for these women!!

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  7. i wrote about them too! They have such a wonderful mission. :-)


    withluckblog.com

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  8. Adorable pants and such a great cause!

    -AJ
    OccasionallyAJ.com

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  9. Cute, like the Indian feel to it. Love seeing so many companies do something good - and love that you take a stand and use your blog to speak out and reach out. :)

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