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LOOK NO FURTHER - Best Fair Trade Styles For This Holiday Season

Posted by Christina Gillenwater on

The holiday season is quickly approaching and with the holidays being hectic, it is often hard to find something comfortable and affordable to wear.  We have put together the top five fair trade styles for you this holiday season. Liz Alig offers fashion forward, effortless style clothing that helps women in other countries have hope and a meaningful job.  Buy something with a meaning this season!



Outfit one

The Clara tunic is made out of lightweight chambray fabric that can be easily thrown over leggings or a pair of jeans. It is a simple dress that can be worn to any Thanksgiving or holiday party. This garment was made in Cambodia with factories that gives fair wages, benefits, and paid holidays to its workers. The fabric is sourced from access fabrics that is discarded from production facilities in Cambodia. This fair trade garment is perfect for your next gathering!

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Outfit two

It’s that time of the year where the weather gets colder, and you get busier. We have the answer to a one stop shop for your holiday party. As Christmas season begins, it is often hard to find that perfect comfortable sweater that goes with just about anything. TheKristinie Sweater is made from hand-spun Nepali wool that is naturally dyed and perfect for any occasion. Purchasing this product will help support free primary school and training program for surrounding villages in poverty.

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Outfit three

The third outfit is one that can be worn in any season due to its versatile style. No matter the occasion it can be paired with leggings, jeans, or worn as a dress. You will be the talk of the party with this Cambodian made shift dress. This Polly dress and The Clara tunic both share the same story because they are made from a factory in Cambodia that works to give fair wages, benefits, and holiday pay to the workers.


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Outfit four

The Laurie Blouse is one of our newest additions to Liz Alig and is the perfect top for your next event. The top is made out of faux velvet with a chiffon hem detail. It is easy to dress it up as well as dress it down. The top is fitted at top and loose fitting at the bottom to style with any bottom of your choice. Be the talk at your next gathering with this fair trade top from Cambodia.


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Outfit five

The last outfit is the most comfortable of our top holiday outfits. TheAmanda tunic is made from 100% pima cotton that is perfect for your Thanksgiving gatherings. The tunic is super soft, loose fitting and you can stuff your belly full and still feel fabulous. The contrast side adds a super fun detail that accents anyone’s curves. Don’t wait any longer for this simple, fun and comfortable tunic that is the outfit of choice for this Thanksgiving.


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