Today's side deal lets local ladies support their fellow ladies all over the world and look fantastic doing it. For $25, you get $50 worth of handmade artisanal jewelry, accessories, and more at Tribal Societé, a grassroots women's organization that sells products made by tribal villages throughout the developing world and donates a portion of its sales to the Global Fund for Women.
Because there are no brands, Tribal Societé lets you focus on the unique story of each individual piece as you shop the online store. An Ecuadorian bracelet ($35) celebrates the woman who picked the acai berries for it, while a hand-painted Colombian necklace made of natural vegetable ivory from the Amazon ($55) will give you a connection with a Colombian woman who isn't Shakira. You'll also find sarongs from Brazil ($38), scarves from Thailand ($20 to $30), pure silver mesh hoop earrings from Peru that look like a delicate web of yarn ($55), and more. Everything at Tribal Societé is made from eco-friendly materials such as tagua (an Amazonian nut), acai berries, capim dourado, and shells.
A flat shipping rate of $7.99 applies to all Groupon buyers nationwide.
- It's often said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and if the current merchandise offered by Tribal Societé is any inclination of what's to come, the world is in for divine splendor. – Nicole Miles, StyleCaster
- It's inspiring during a time of economic downturn that these two women, co-owners Nicole and Alma Sehovic, brought forward an innovative "bazaar" showcasing unbranded green fashion accessories. As we all watch our wallets, Tribal Societe gives buyers a chance to stay in style while also contributing to charity. – KiptonART