Whether you are shopping for a Valentine's Day gift or treating yourself to a well-deserved accessory, any purchase you make at Given Goods makes a tangible social impact. Given Goods is the marketplace for high-quality products that give back. I love how each item supports a cause and tells a story, as you learn what impact your purchase has.
Given Goods categories include Home Décor, Kitchen & Dining, Bags & Totes, Jewelry & Scarves and Men's Shop. I love indulging in bags and tech accessories, like the Eco-Leather Bike Bag by UNA Fashion ($165), Monogrammed Lux Camera Strap by FOTOSTRAP ($133), Mini iPad Case by Stone & Cloth ($39) and Recycled Coffee Bag by Hiptipico ($95-$145).
The Olive Oil Dispenser by Ūseful Glassworks ($14) really is a useful and inexpensive gift (because who doesn't use olive oil?). As for jewelry, you can feel like a bad ass ready to take on the day with The Gold .223 by the AMMO woman necklace with a bullet casing design ($158). Since my favorite color is cobalt blue, it's no surprise that I'm drawn to this elegant pair of Lapis Lazuli Studs by Far & Wide Collective. Get ready for spring with the "Origins" Striped Scarf by SLOWCOLOR - lightweight with classic stripes. Check out more gifting options at givegoods.co.
- Kim Weling