Grain’s Colorful “Chi-Chi” Textile Necklaces Support Guatemalan Artisans

Chi-Chi Short Multicluster Necklace by Grain, Grain, fair trade, Guatemala, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, eco-friendly jewelry, textile necklaces

Spring has a way of teasing the winter-weary with its elusive behavior, literally raining on our parade just as we start considering crisp white tees and exposed ankles. While you’re flip-flopping between sunshine and showers, nothing will beat your wardrobe blues like Grain’s bright, bubbly necklaces.

Chi-Chi Long Multicluster Necklace by Grain, Grain, fair trade, Guatemala, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, sustainable style, eco-friendly jewelry, textile necklaces

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The Chi-Chi necklace is named for the colorful Chichicastenango Market in Guatemala, where traditional yarns are sold in bulbous, multicolored skeins for Ikat tie-dyeing.

Each Chi-Chi necklace supports sustainable incomes and traditional Guatemalan artistry.

With a nod to its market heritage, each necklace contains multiple colors of 100 percent cotton thread to light up even the most dreary of days. And if bright colors aren’t enough, you can be warmed by their cultural ethics, too: Originally designed for “Bridging Cultures Through Design”, a 2006 course Grain’s founders took at the Rhode Island School of Design, each Chi-Chi necklace supports sustainable incomes and traditional Guatemalan artistry.

Plus, as a member of 1% for the Planet, Grain is also keeping tabs on the planet, one dazzling little ray of sunshine at a time.

+ Chi-Chi Short Multicluster $150; Long Multicluster

+ Grain

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One Response to “Grain’s Colorful “Chi-Chi” Textile Necklaces Support Guatemalan Artisans”

  1. […] These sharp Chi-Chi necklaces will perfectly match that vibrant sun inspired smile. The kaleidoscope gems are 100% cotton and put their support behind Guatemala artisans. You knew that razzle-dazzle name came from somewhere. They were named after the most colourful market in North American, the Chichicastenango market. Check out the site below for more info. Grain is committed to socially and environmentally responsible design. (ecouterre.com) […]

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