I snapchatted this laptop case from Uncommon Goods when I first got it, and it was probably one of the most screenshot images I’ve ever shared. I was in the market for a laptop case – I used to use my backpack all the time – but I wanted something a little more cool and sophisticated, so I got this beauty. This bag comes with a removable shoulder strap, and I was surprised just how roomy this turned out to be, especially because it looks pretty compact. It was actually made by a company that helps women who are survivors of sex trafficking, by giving them an alternative income source. The bag itself is beautiful but the story behind the makers makes it so much more.
Once in a great while I come across a company that I just can not wait to share with you, and today’s post in collaboration with Uncommon Goods, is definitely one of those days. The company not only has a really wonderful selection of unique products, but their mission is to change the way companies do business, by making sustainability a key part of decision making. The products are also cruelty free – they don’t sell products with animal skins or fur. They also feature products by artists and small businesses, many who have a charity component to their business as well.
I highly recommend checking out Uncommon Goods, they have some really rare and unique pieces that could be great to buy and give as gifts, or to keep for yourself!
Laptop case: Thanks to Uncommon Goods | Jeans: Zara | Bodysuit: Thanks to Madison & Berkely (sold out but here is a similar style) | Shoes: Converse | Sunnies: Ray-Ban | Watch: Thanks to Shore Projects | Bracelets: Thanks to Monica Vinader, Rocksbox (get your free trial of Rocksbox using my code Lovezahraxoxo)