Threads Worldwide Blog

Meet Keely: Mother, Teacher, World-Changer

As a Fair Trade Partner, you work your Threads business where you can, when you can. Keely Sullivan is the perfect example. Keely was a classroom teacher for nearly a decade. Though she loved her students, the days were

Pack Light with Threads Style

We're all about looking fair trade chic on vacation, but we also want to pack light. Good news: you can do both! Check out our packing style tips for easy (and fair!) vacation style. . 1) Pick your base

Together We RISE

We just finished our Fair Trade Partner Conference 2017: Together We RISE. Holy moly...it was something else. With the Rocky Mountains and Denver skyline as a backdrop, 20 Fair Trade Partners and our Home Office Staff gathered to

Sudara + Threads = World-Changing Style

When you shop Sudara and Threads, you create opportunities for women around the globe and foster a world where we can all thrive. That’s why we’re working together to bring you sophisticated styles that are as fashion-forward as they

Summer Style

This summer, we're rocking Threads jewelry at the beach, at the bonfire, and by the pool. Check out our modeling Fair Trade Partners to see why! 1) Summertime shimmer  We love the look of big, flirty earrings in the summer.

5 Reasons Teachers Make Great Fair Trade Partners

Our tribe of Fair Trade Partners consists of women from all different backgrounds, but it just so happens that many of them are teachers. If you’re a teacher as well, here’s why we’d love to welcome you into our

Mother Me, Mother Mine, Mother All

Last month, I was attending an event created by Seeds of Exchange, a beautiful organization led by Fair Trade Partner Sarah Davidson-Tracy. Seeds is working to create a robust and committed village in an effort to support the enterprises

A Mother Reborn

We sat in a crowded hospital cafeteria, sleep-deprived and terrified. We couldn’t eat. We could barely think. “Do you think she could die?” I asked him. My stoic husband answered with the slightest head nod, and I could no

Inner Peace to World Peace

“I’m starting with the man in the mirror. I’m asking him to change his ways. For no lesson could have been any clearer; if you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and

Motherhood Around the World

Whether you live in Kenya or Kansas, some things will always be constant: flowers need sun and rain to grow, tides will change, and motherhood will never be easy. On the surface, our lives here in the U.S. look

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