July 30, 2013

Blogger Collaboration: Mae Movement


I'm really excited to be partnering with two great companies and some fabulous bloggers today to introduce you to Mae Movement. Mother-daughter team Haley and Dee Cairo are the brains (and beauties) behind this great jewelry company. They focus on "inspiring others to be their best self and 'mae-k' their move. Everybody has something in their life they wish to accomplish or overcome...no movement is too big or too small." They believe that one move creates a ripple effect that leads to a bigger movement. The bracelets are hand crocheted by women artisans of the Katmandu Valley of Nepal. The purchases of these bracelets help them earn a fair wage and provide for and keep their families safe. Do you feel motivated to do something, too? Such an inspirational mission. Read more about their story here.


Today I've teamed up with four other bloggers on a styling collaboration featuring the Mae Movement beaded bracelets. I opted for pink and gold as I'm finally coming to terms with how much of these colors I actually wear. Make sure you pop over and visit the other girls!

Shelby of Glitter & Gingham // Katie of Pearls & Twirls // Tiffany of Tiffany Style // Kaitlin of Secretive Style





Blouse, PRABAL GURUNG for TARGET // Jeans, AE // Heels, POUR LA VICTOIRE
Sunglasses, c/o FANTAS-EYES // Bangle & cuffs, CHARMING CHARLIE
Beaded bracelets, c/o MAE MOVEMENT

Special thanks to Patricia of Piqued PR for this great opportunity to partner with Mae Movement!

5 comments:

Piqued PR said...

Such a fun arm party you styled! So happy you could share Mae Movement!!!

Tiffany Style Blog said...

Gorrrgeous dahhling as always!! Thank you again for the fun Mae Movement collaboration!! I'm obsessed with these bracelets now!! Hope you're having a wonderful vacation!!! xo

Tiffany
www.tiffanystyleblog.com

Hillary Timm said...

What a great deal and a great cause! My mother-in-law makes bracelets like these and it takes her quite a while to do so. $13 is definitely a steal for something that's so complicated to make.

shellchicd.com said...

Love love love the feature you guys have put together here, such an inspiring and great company! Your outfit is seriously adorable, and I love how you styled your bracelets!
xx, Emily
shell chic'd

Elizabeth {Ms Classic Glamour} said...

You look FAB, Julie! Love your top and that hair is so 60s diva! Blessings to you, Hun! xo