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Back To School in Style

August 23, 2017 1 min read

It's that time of year when everyone is heading back to school and it's time to decorate new apartments and dorm rooms. If you're looking for some trendy and budget friendly decor and apparel, we have you covered. From wall hangings, bed covers, pillow cases, and Boho chic fashion items we are your one stop shop! 

4 image collage of a recycled plastic wastebasket, embroidered elephant pillowcase,stacks of crochet hemp scrubbies, and a feather and beaded dreamcatcher hanging on a white wall

1. This colorful wastebasket is handmade by women in Nepal from trash out of landfills. It's waterproof and durable.
2. Exams and papers will no longer give you nightmares with this classic Dreamcatcher.
3. Throw out the nasty sponges and grab some of these handmade Hemp Scrubbies.
4. These Elephant Pillow Cases are just what you need to brighten up your new space. Not to mention the good luck they bring!

4 image collage of different ways to use a purple mandala tapestry: hanging on a wall, above a white dresser, and draped over a couch

These gorgeous Mandala Tapestries have a fun and carefree boho look and are lightweight and perfect for wall decor, a throw blanket, or bed cover. The vibrant Mandala design will help keep you focused and grounded. 

3 image collage of women wearing cotton maxi wrap skirts on a beach, in a park, and sitting on a wooden bench

Of course, we can't forget the back to school wardrobe! These Cotton Maxi Wrap Skirts are perfect for campus days and can easily be dressed up for a night out with friends!

Most importantly, each of these items is handmade by amazing women artisans in India and Nepal and sourced using sustainable and recycled materials. Each purchase from Darn Good Yarn helps provide fair wages and safe working environments to over 600 women. Together, we have saved over a million pounds of waste from going into landfills.