April Give-a-Way: Organic, Fair Trade Dresses

Indigenous Designs is a fabulous manufacturer.  They not only create organic, low-impact dyed garments that are Fair Trade certified, but they do so by supporting and employing small groups of indigenous artisans in South America.  Their dedication helps tribal peoples maintain their lifestyles and keeps many old style forms of garment making, such as foot-looming and hand-knitting in practice.  FaeriesDance.com has a plethora of new Spring dresses from Indigenous Designs and we’re going to let one lucky winner for April pick their favorite!  🙂  Guys, don’t forget that Mother’s Day is May 9 – so enter to win for your wife, mom or any special woman in your life.

TO ENTER: Leave on comment on this blog post by midnight April 30, 2010. You must include an e-mail address or phone number so we can contact you. Drawing will be held Saturday, May 1.

Choose from the Uptown Dress, Halter Dress (shown above), Melange Dress, or Little Summer Dress (shown below).

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Written By Adrienne

13 Comments on “April Give-a-Way: Organic, Fair Trade Dresses

  1. Sweet Creek Herbs

    April 22, 2010 at 11:46

    Hi. I looked for a way to follow your blog, but I cannot find it. love your clothing and site. I would love to follow your blog. I'm going to fan your facebook page, too. Do you twitter? My husband loves your socks!! Thank you, Kathleen

  2. NinaP

    April 22, 2010 at 12:13

    I am glad you are getting some PLus size clothing in….until then, I just have to look and lust!! If I win a dress, it could be a tunic, perhaps?! I am slowly exchanging my wardrobe for only bamboo and rayon modal fabrics; they are as soft as angels' wings, and I insist on clothing that feels good on my skin! Namaste!

  3. Sarah

    April 22, 2010 at 1:49

    I might give this to my mom if I win — or I might be tempted to keep it. I love the little summer dress, either color (size S). Love that it's fair trade too.
    smhench@gmail.com

  4. Faerie's Dance

    April 22, 2010 at 3:19

    Sweet Creek – the blog is hosted by blogger.com. If you're logged into blogger or into any google account, the "Follow" button shows up at the very top of the screen (to the left) above the blog name banner.

    NinaP – I would also recommend Tencel, which is the eco-friendly version of Rayon. It has wonderful feel and drape and uses substantially fewer chemicals.

    Thank you all and good luck!

    ~~Adrienne~~

  5. Anonymous

    April 22, 2010 at 4:53

    Hi everyone! Wow Adrienne, what a generous giveaway to have for this blog contest! I have a feeling there are going to be a lot of comments! Thank you for the opportunity to win a gorgeous dress. I'm Gina and you can reach me at ggobble534@comcast.net.

  6. Holly

    April 22, 2010 at 5:10

    These dresses are lovely! Sign me up! backlitcanopy at gmail dot com.

  7. Hadas

    April 23, 2010 at 12:26

    I know which one I want if I win… Indigenous Designs all the way, always! 🙂

    Hadas (hadas7@cox.net / 949-510-8215)

  8. Elizabeth

    April 23, 2010 at 1:06

    Hi, I love your shop! So far I've mostly been trying out the organic underwear. These dresses look darling though.

    My email is efieldingdavis at gmail dot com. Thanks for such a nice giveaway!

  9. Lisa

    April 23, 2010 at 3:52

    I love all your stuff, especially the organic cotton items & your sweaters. I adore the design of the Halter Dress. I just wish there was a floor-length skirt version with the same top and waistline.
    Lisa Snow

  10. Chris and T.J.

    April 24, 2010 at 2:11

    I just received my order from faeries dance yesterday, and I love the top and pants. I'd be happy to win a summer dress, too 🙂

    cschad at gmail dot com

  11. aurorawanderer

    April 26, 2010 at 6:13

    I also hope the dresses are strapless-bra-friendly!

    spartz15@hotmail.com

  12. Jamie Lynn Braziel

    April 27, 2010 at 11:39

    I love the uptown dress; it would be perfect for work or play!

    Jamie
    jambolyn1@hotmail.com

  13. Kendra

    April 30, 2010 at 5:51

    Oh, I like the Little Summer Dress 🙂 kendra@recycledfashionfinds.com

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