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Washingtonians have a well-deserved rep for getting around — the world, that is. And, if you're like us, you've got travel on the brain, even if you don't have a vacation booked right now. Luckily, we’ve gathered up enough global-inspired pieces to cure any travel bug, whether you're daydreaming about the plains of Kenya or the temples of Cambodia. The best part? These handcrafted, fair-trade finds will make it look like you have a Carmen Sandiego-worthy passport — without ever packing up your laptop.
Click through for seven fair-trade finds that support sustainable development in style!
Before Juliet Angus became one of Bravo's Ladies of London, she was a Chicago native — and a graduate of the same high school as Ferris Bueller. While you might recognize the feisty reality TV star for her recent on-screen antics (see: throwing the best hat party ever), her résumé is filled with the kind of read
If we admitted how much time we spend perusing home-decor sites, we'd expect to field judge-y side eyes for the rest of the conversation. So, we won’t go there. But, know that in between all the looking and pinning, we typically land on S.F.-based Rue Magazine for an inordinate chunk of time.
Since these ladies know read