Every year Spring brings a rebirth of color and glory. It’s my favorite time of year. Today, I’m sharing some of my favorite pieces from Raven + Lily’s SS17 collection. I’ve been a big fan of Raven + Lily since 2015. They have a way of making ethical fashion look, well, fashionable. Their pieces are crafted by artisans in Kenya, Malaysia, and Pakistan. And the eclectic bohemian flair is always a way to brighten  up my wardrobe. Here are my favorite pieces from their newest collection.

 

The Nurul Maxi in Snakeskin (made in Malaysia)

This flowy maxi was made to ignite the goddess in you. The day I took these photos, it was so windy. I loved the way the dress danced in the wind and around my body.

 

The Fiza Caftan Dress in Black (Made in Kenya)

This lovely caftan is so feminine. I love dresses that can be easily tailored to fit your shape. The sash belt can be tightened or loosened to give you a more personalized fit. It’s such a conservative and sophisticated look. I’m also wearing the Anya Collar Necklace. It’s major statement piece that completes the look.

The Aoko Diamond fringe earrings are big and gorgeous. They are tad bit heavy so I wouldn’t wear them everyday. But with the perfect outfit, they make a statement. I didn’t wear a necklace just so that it wouldn’t compete with these earrings! If you are digging the fringe, I suggest you check out Aoko Statement Necklace. It has the same fringe style and looks just as gorgeous!

I love the Ketema Stone Cuff in Agate.

One of my absolute favorite pieces is the Aoko Fringe Ear Cuff. It’s sassy and stays with the fringe trend. If you like to take fashion risks, I think this might be the piece for you!

And a few other favorites, The Ketema Stone Cuff in Chrysocolla and The Anya Collar Necklace once again.

These are just  few of my favorite picks from Raven + Lily’s diverse and eclectic fashion line. Most importantly, I admire their humanitarian work. It speaks volumes about the values of the company. Check out more about their mission to empower impoverished communities here.