Just saw these really cool fall scarves at UncommonGoods.com and I want one! They’re not just super-soft and comfortable (I assume by the pics and description) but they’re also earth-friendly! What’s not to like?
Earth-friendly because they’re made from 100% organic cotton t-shirt scraps collected from apparel factories. The business that makes them, Green3, is an apparel company that only uses organic or recycled cotton in its products.
Something else great? The scarves are made by cognitively disabled adults who are learning job skills through the non-profit Aspiro. That’s really cool.
If you’ve never heard of it before, Uncommon Goods is a really fun website where you can find super unique items. I wrote about them a few months ago after receiving so many compliments on a clutch I carry all the time (link).
If you’ve ever shopped there before, let us know about your favorite uncommon goods by commenting below. We’d love to hear about it!
And speaking of scarves, if you love vintage types, there’s a lady who lives right here in NWA who sells the best of the best at affordable prices. Paula Horlick of Bella Vista owns The Vintage Scarf, an online business. She also sells the buckles and clips to accessorize the scarves. Stop by Paula’s website (link) or give her a call at 479-876-6429.