New Ethical *Goods* and More Gift Ideas for Moms

April 25, 2015 1 min read

Kantha blankets have always been ourfirst and true love, but since launching dignify, we've always kept our eyes open for other complementary products that are made with dignity.

Soft cotton scarves from India;Jewellery from Uganda, Ecuador, Vietnam, & Bangladesh;Bags from Nepal... Lots of fabulous gifts at great price points, perfect forMother's Day.

Here are some of our latest additions:

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