Giveaway: Win a Pair of Fair Trade Mawu Lolo Sandals



This post is sponsored by Mawu Lolo Sandals.

Mawu Lolo sent me a pair of their fair trade, Ghanaian made Suborsubor Sandals in March. It was still too cold in Charlottesville to wear them, so I took them with me to Florida for a couple of shoots. I liked them then, but I couldn’t have anticipated how much I’d wear them throughout the summer.

The answer: a lot. Once or twice a week, mixed into my rotation of other summer favorites.  I wear sandals every day when the weather is warm and I need shoes that are comfortable enough for several hours of standing. The Suborsubor footbed is fairly simple, but it’s thick and padded enough to keep my feet comfortable for several hours, and I’ve found these surprisingly good for walking, as well.

The best part is that Mawu Lolo prices extremely fairly, ensuring that artisans are paid a living wage and customers are able to afford their products. Their items range in price from $34.99 to $59.99.

It’s always a joy for me to be able to offer giveaways on behalf of beloved ethical brands. The hot days aren’t over yet, so Mawu Lolo is giving away a pair of sandals to one StyleWise reader. I’m sure you’ll enjoy them as much as I do. And the best part is that it’s ANY pair of their sandals, so you can select a different style or color if you’d like: choose from Birkenstock-style, flip flops, and men’s options. Check out the site to see all of the options.
 

Mawu Lolo Sandals Giveaway

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