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Tribal Inspired w/ Musana

Today is a double post kind of day because I have so much content to share with you guys! I can barely figure out where to start some days, but I knew that I definitely wanted to share Musana Jewelry and their collection as soon as I got back from Miami. So today, I’m styling their jewelry that empowers women in Uganda through employment and education – I love mixing in jewelry with a cause into my normal set of necklaces and bracelets. 

In today’s post, I’m wearing lightweight bangles that are made from upcycled cowhorn as well as a beaded set of bracelets that are created with handmade beads. The Luna necklace is also upcycled and unique to each necklace. See more in today’s full post!

old navy maxi dress

artisanal jewelry from Uganda

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handmade bracelets

tribal inspired summer maxi dress

black fringe handbag nordstrom

handmade jewelry from uganda

black fringe handbag nordstrom

black fringe handbag nordstrom

tribal pattern maxi dress

black fringe handbag nordstrom

tribal pattern maxi dress

handmade jewelry from Uganda

beaded bracelets c/o Musana Jewelry

cow horn bracelets and necklace c/o Musana Jewelry

patterned maxi dress / now on sale for $20!

black fringe handbag

Wanderlust & Co. evil eye ring c/o

Gorjana Blakely cuff ring c/o
Gorjana Aida cuff ring c/o

similar sunglasses

similar gladiator sandals

photos by Kaela Rodehorst Photography

Be sure to check out the Musana Jewelry website to see more of their collection – plus, their site shows several super cute ways to wear the pieces. Also, I have to mention two things that I loved about receiving their products in the mail. Each piece also came in its own handmade pouch and the attached to each item there was a tag with a photo and name of the person who made the item. I thought those extra touches were so special and meaningful. I kept each tag and placed them inside the individual pouches just so I could pull them back out again later. 🙂

ps. You can also see other businesses that empower women that I’ve featured before as well in these posts with Gaia For Women and Slumlove Sweater Company

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