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Hello my stylish readers!
This time I have some exciting news for you! amazing ZATTARO company and I are working together to provide you some very interesting posts! And so far I'll make a little preview of them and suggest you to help those guys to raise money on Kickstarter to launch their stuff abroad and keep the production of awesome warm handmade shoes local Bolivian.


Why am I telling you about those guys? There are a lot of reasons so just few of them:
- Social mission. ZATTARO works with craftswomen from local communities in Bolivia who previously had two and even three part time jobs to cover their daily expenses and that of their families. Most of them are also divorced, which adds another difficulty in their lives, both socially and economically. They are turning that around and giving them the power to change their lives by providing them with a job, capacity training and education so that they become leaders of change in their communities.
- Use of recycled wool. Our early designs were characterized for the use of recycled wool, making their shoes 80% organic.
- Alpaca Wool. From Andean highlands, Alpaca wool is characterized for being hypoallergenic, having natural sheen and elasticity, ideal for producing a shoe that can be comfortably worn year long. 
- Natural dye. Each color is carefully prepared using measured amounts of natural dyes, keeping our product eco-friendly and organic.
- Rubber outer-soles. A shoe that will not only be comfortable and friendly to the foot, but that will also last through your monthly, weekly, daily, hourly use wherever you take it to. Our rubber soles are also non-slip, keeping stability no matter the surface.
- and much more!

Join the ZATTARO Kickstarter campaign to look stylish and help change lives!
And wait for me to come on my blog!
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Hello from Spain: Fabulous brand. Great recommendation. Keep in touch

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    1. Thanks for interest in them! They totally deserve it!

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  2. Sounds like a great company to work with! :) Lovely bright shoes too :)

    Away From The Blue

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    1. Thanks! I hope my reader would like them as much as I already did

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  3. cool!
    thx for sharing!
    have a great week,
    s

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    1. it's always great to open new brands for you! By the way, I think the color would look adorable with your craft :)

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  4. nice post! enjoy reading it ! :) keep in touch...
    would like to follow each other..? follow me and let me know, i will follow back.. keep in touch!
    www.nadieyaagibb.com - Glam is Everything

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  5. It looks like an amazing brand!
    xoxo
    http://direitoporlinhastortas-id.blogspot.pt/

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