Add to your neck party with these ethical picks

Presented by DIGS
Posted Oct 1, 2012

This Tazo necklace, designed and hand-made in Columbia, consists of an ultra thin stainless steel wire that wraps around your neck and holds a group of elongated tagua chips cut like fragments with some visible skin. 100% ethically handmade, this necklace features recycled tagua seeds and eco-friendly dyes. $40 USD.

This glamorous necklace says chic at first sight. It exudes confidence and a relaxed style. Made of naturally dried seeds and waxed cotton, this necklace is hand knotted and strung in El Salvador at a women’s cooperative. $150 USD.

Handmade by artisans in a studio in Lima, this Anemona Felt Necklace is made of re-claimed felt by-product from an Andean hat factory. Each piece is painstakingly cut, threaded, glued and, pieced together with pride. Bright and beautiful,  matches almost everything in your closet and will punctuate any look.  $84 USD. Don’t forget: use code MagifECO99 for a 20% discount!

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