In need of a little motivation to brighten your day? Look no further than this gorgeous tote by inspiring ethical brand I Was A Sari. Cobalt blue and shocking pink are the perfect pairing, and along with its empowering slogan, it makes quite the statement. And of course, it not only looks good, but does good too.
This tote has been crafted from an upcycled silk sari, with organic cotton and glass bead detail and is totally exclusive to gOOOders. Take a peek inside and you’ll find it’s lined with the same sari silk in shocking pink.
Even better, all I Was A Sari products are produced in fair working conditions in India as the brand works closely with female-focused NGOs that are truly making a difference. Sustainable fashion at its very best.
The I Was A Sari story is one of reinvention; the clue is in the name. I Was A Sari work with female artisans from Mumbai to create unique garments and accessories from pre-loved Indian saris. The brand collaborated with Gucci within the Equilibrium project, launching #NOWICAN campaign to pay children tuition fees in Bombay slums Working also with female-focused NGOs, this zero-dividend initiative is eco-ethical fashion at its finest. We are thrilled to bring an exclusive capsule bag collection to gOOOders
Made by artisans using age-old techniques that are rooted in specific local traditions, often handcrafted, demonstrating the unique skill of the artisan and supporting one-a-kind pieces.
Made with the intention of donating proceeds back to charitable organisations specific to the brand’s social and cultural environment.
The use of organic and natural materials is essential in all of our lines, ranging from fashion to beauty. Our designers are committed to sourcing the most ethical materials possible, with an emphasis on low-environmental impact and longevity.
Supporting equality and prosperity for all people involved regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs or economic status. When every individual is self-sufficient, we believe that the entire world prospers.
Our designers are as committed as we are to the concept of minimal waste. In order to reduce waste, they use upcycled materials, including scrap and repurposed materials from discarded goods aiming at minimising the flow of waste into landfills.