Simple, elegant, sustainable clothing. Feel good and look good!
A family owned business that believes in more than fair trade, they strive for exceptional trade with the people they work with in China. Having taught and raised their daughter in China, Yala though living in Oregon now strives to be closely connected to the factories and friends in China.
Yala has clothes I can live in. As a homeschooling mom I still desire to look nice, yet stay comfortable, and not require a lot of ironing and 'work' to accomplish my goat. Yala has beautiful clothing with a simplicity that I love.
I am 5'9" which yes, used to be fairly tall, now I feel that I am shrinking. I love and adore skirts that come to the floor! I have such a struggle to find skirts that come past my knee, let alone to the floor. I was thrilled to review the Bamboo Dreams Maggie Maxi Skirt, which is a beautiful floor length!
95% Viscose from bamboo and 5% spandex makes this skirt silky soft, warm, and comfortable!
Organically grown in sustainably managed forests makes Yala a great Eco Friendly company!
I was concerned that the horizontal stripes would make me look larger around, but hubby said it was so busy that it actually was good at hiding my fluff (no he didn't actually say it like that, he was much nicer!)
Yala carries Womens, Men, Baby & Toddler, Bedding & Bath, Travel, and Assessories. Something for everyone on your shopping list this holiday season!
Yala is an eco friendly company in their green shipping, driving an electric truck, solar power users, and limit waste. As a member of both Green America and Organic Trade Association, they take seriously their role in sustainability.
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