SO RIGHT IT'S SARONG

8:50 AM


Nicole Miller and nonprofit social enterprise Indego Africa have launched a colorful and exclusive line of fair-trade shorts and sarongs to complement their already existing line of textile bangles and woven bracelets. Made from five vivid fabrics hand chosen from the markets in Rwanda, these cute shorts and skirts are $65, and bracelets start at $25.  What can be better than wrapping your bodacious beach-bound curves in these summer separates? Knowing that 15% of each purchase goes back to Indego Africa. It's so right, it's sarong (haaaaaaa!).

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2 comments

  1. Well done :)

    Kate

    www.thrillofthechaise.com

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  2. I love shopping for a good cause. Well, who are we kidding, we know I just like shopping in general;) Gorgeous!

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