In keeping with our theme of living simply, we don’t accessorize much around here, but when we do we like them to not only be beautiful, but also conscious and healthful. Of course, no matter what jewelry you chose to wear, make sure it’s made by good people doing good business. That’s something that is always totally on trend.

Made With Love Recycled Rubber Bracelets  are made by a Women’s Co-operative in Djenné, Mali, West Africa. Paid a fair price for their work, these bracelets provide the women with viable means of support, and are sold to raise funds for L’Empire des Enfants, a center for homeless children.

Tiny Devotions Stacks are made with semiprecious crystals and sacred materials like rudraksha seeds, lotus seeds, rosewood, bodhi seeds and sandalwood (amongst others). These beautiful beads are said to have many positive healing qualities, and go great with both your eco jeans + tees, and your organic evening wear too.

Lokai bracelets are infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth. The white ball, carrying water from Mt. Everest, and the black ball, holding mud from the Dead Sea, exist on opposite ends. A string of clear beads link the two, signifying that throughout life’s circular journey, your path is your own.

Sort Of Coal makes this bracelet from a type of charcoal that has loads of healthy benefits. It is believed that wearing these Binchotan beads next to your skin aids good blood circulation, regulates body temperature and even improves moods (now you know our secret!).