I love finding Made in America (and fair trade) products at major retailers. While it’s awesome to support small, local businesses, I also like supporting American-made brands sold at larger stores so that the retailers get the message and the “masses” can continue to access these great products/makers.
Here are my picks for items currently on Anthro’s website:
Glass Milk Bottles, $34
How cute are these? Display flowers (real or paper) or serve drinks, sauces, etc.
Scalloped Racerback Tank, $29.50Simple and comfy. Nuff said.
Venteux Ruffled Cardi, ON SALE $49.95
Could be dressed up or down. Perfect for sorta-chilly days; Toss it in your bag to pair with a dress at dinner or over your t-shirt and shorts. Or belt it over your pregnant belly (shout-out to my pregnant-lady style muse Emily Henderson), as one does.
Ballare Dress, $158
This A-line dress is sure to be a staple year-round. It might be too short for pregnant ladies like me, but my non-pregnant self would rock this all summer and with tights in the Autumn/Winter.
AG Stevie Slim Straight Jeans, $168
AG jeans are an investment for sure, but they are well made and will (hopefully) last you a long time. I don’t have this style but I think they would be flattering on a variety of body types due to the slim (but not super-skinny) leg width.
Current/Elliot Cropped Sweatpants, $158
Feel fancy in sweatpants? Sign me up. These don’t look flattering but they are. Trust!
What stores (online or brick-and-mortar) do you find lots of American-made or fair-trade items?
Also, Anthropologie, if you’re listening, can you please make it easier to search on your site? “Made in USA” and “USA” searches were practically useless, though lots of items are made in America on your site. Please make it easier for people to search! Thanks 😉