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Nora Lozza and 3 More Sustainable Latin American Fashion Brands

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Nora Lozza and 3 More Sustainable Latin American Fashion Brands

    ABOUT NORA LOZZA

    Think about Nora Lozza like Aloha’s little sister from South America. This new and upcoming brand offers shoes, purses clothing, and some menswear. I have noticed a general shift in consumer preferences. Now consumers pay more attention to the sourcing and manufacturing processes of the companies they shop from. Many, like myself, tend to see the most ethical and sustainable option. Even college students like me rather pay slightly more for a good if it means products are ethically made. Because of this shift,  smaller brands that many considered pricy, in comparison to H&M or Zara, are getting more popular. Aloha is a prime example of a company that experiences drastic results as a result of this consumption shift. Now, Aloha isn’t as “underground” and their shoe styles are more mainstream. If you’re anything like me and want to have unique fashion-forward sandals for the summer look no further than Nora Lozza. Nora Lozza is a Colombian brand that focuses on selling handmade goods all while maintaining tradition and promoting the idea that “an artisan’s creation is luxury.” 


    MY FAVORITE PRODUCTS FROM NORA LOZZA 

    I created a little gallery of my favorite pieces available on their site right now with links and prices 



    Click here to follow Nora Lozza on Instagram to stay up to date with restocks and new product launches


    ABOUT CANNA MEXICO

    This is another amazing Latin American brand that also focuses on working with local artisans, except they’re based in Mexico instead of Colombia and Canna Mexico primarily sells handbags. Canna Mexico also tries their best to be sustainable in terms of the materials they use and how they work with the communities they are involved with. For starters, all handbags are either made from vegan cactus-based leather or recycled soda can tabs. Not only does Canna Mexico offer high-quality pieces, but they also give their employees a high-quality work environment. Because the company understands the challenges of working full time and taking care of a family, they are flexible and allow employees to work from home. Since Canna doesn’t use toxic materials it’s also perfectly safe for the employees to complete their work at home. At the end of the day, Canna prioritizes their employees and creates processes that do not disrupt the employees 'routines but can only improve their well-being.


    MY FAVORITE PRODUCTS FROM CANNA MEXICO

    I created a little gallery of my favorite pieces available on their site right now. 


    These products are available on Amazon too! Just click here.

    Click here to follow Canna Mexico on Instagram to stay up to date with restocks and new product launches 


    ABOUT BAHAMA MAMA 

    Caribbean-based lifestyle brand Bahamama is committed to environmentally friendly practices and being green. In order to meet these environmentally-friendly goals, Bahama Mama uses high-quality materials design to last. At the same tie, they use recycled materials and chemical-free processes. Furthermore, they make sure that all employees are treated fairly. On their website, they also share that their “goal is to reach 100% compliance on issues of social, economic and environmental sustainability” 

    In comparison to the pieces from Nora Lozza and Canna Mexico, Bahama Mama definitely has more statement pieces, including currently trending prints. While I tend to stray from trending prints, I think paisley, tie-dye, and stripes also find their way back into a style very quickly. Also, this is definitely a summer brand, and in the summer, I tend to try more things and wear more statement pieces versus in the winter when I stick to monochromatic outfits. 


    MY FAVORITE PRODUCTS FROM BAHAMA MAMA

    I also compiled my current favorites from Bahama Mama and provided links to make it easy to shop from. 


    Click here to follow Bahama Mama on Instagram to stay up to date with restocks and new product launches 



    ABOUT DANIELA SALCEDO

    Chunky colorful rings are all the rage in 2021, but I don’t think these enormous neon rings are that functional so the trend will die down in a few more months. Chunky gold or silver rings with small designs like the pieces from Daniela Salcedo are much easier to style and pair with new and changing trends. 

    I’m actually not sure how sustainable Daniela Salcedo is because I couldn't find information about this topic on her website or through a simple Google search, but I imagine as a small business, in comparison to Zara, production processes are friendlier. Through my research on the company, I did learn that this brand started as an “entrepreneurial project for college” and is now one of “the emerging best-known jewelry designers in Colombia” while creating employment opportunities for many Colombian.

    I created a little gallery of my favorite pieces available on their site right now. 


    Click here to follow Daniela Salcedo on Instagram to stay up to date with restocks and new product launches 


    Hope you liked the brands and products I featured in this post and thanks for reading!

    • Martina F Martina F :

      Hey Hey! I love these brand and their style! Especially Nora Lozza    thanks for introducing me to this new brand   

      2 weeks ago 
    • Dana P Dana P :

      So happy to hear about sustainable brands!! I love that you listed out your favorite pieces. The pieces from Bahama Mama are gorgeous  

      2 weeks ago 
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