The Pressure's On For European Retailers To Pay Up

October 6, 2009 by SheFindsSusannah
shefinds | Style

An organization called Clean Clothes is pressuring major European retailers to pay their foreign workers in India and Asia a living wage – the whopping sum of $475 a month – reports WWD.

LA Made knit dress

You can sign up with Clean Clothes, or take this time to buy domestic.  We’re particularly charmed by this Current/Elliott jacket (made in the U.S., of course) since we can’t imagine something more home-grown than denim cut in a majorette style.  We also love reasonably-priced basics from the aptly named line LA Made, like their Mali Tee Shirt dress.  In fact, we think those two items would look pretty perfect this fall, layered together.

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