Ethical Fashion Tips and Updates

Peerless Charm Pop up at National Miss Amazing 2016

Lauren Malmquist

Hey All! As you may or may not know, I am always happy to use my business as a tool to make a positive impact on the world.  Therefore, when Jordan, the found of Miss Amazing emailed me, inviting me to participate in the festival portion of the Miss Amazing Pageant, I immediately decided that I wanted to be a part of this awesome event.  I wanted a way to introduce you to this awesome organization, by letting Jordan herself tell you about it.  Check out what she had to say below, and how you can attend this awesome event. Powered...


Kansas City First Fridays Event

Lauren Malmquist

Tags Events, Fashion, Festival, Kansas City Shopping, Shopping

It's officially summer festival season! I was able to kick off the summer by setting up shop in front of Raygun Shirts in Kansas City, for the city's Crossroads Art District's First Fridays Event. Like I said last year, the people of Kansas City are so kind.  We had an amazing time spending last weekend there. Where will we be popping up next? I'll let you know soon!    


Show Us Your Style Giveaway

Lauren Malmquist

Tags gemstones, giveaway, Jewelry, peerless charm, Shopping, Trends

In celebration of yesterday's collection launch, we are running a huge giveaway.  Simply instagram a photo of how you wear Peerless Charm with the hashtag #peerlesscharm,   and we'll send you an e-gift card for $10. Now through April 30th. ( One gift card per person per week)


Just in time for the beautiful weather

Lauren Malmquist

Tags Ethical Fashion, Fair Trade, gemstones, Jewelry, peerless charm, Shopping, Trends

Shop the Peacefully Charming Collection now!


Ethically Sourcing? Let's take the first step...

Lauren Malmquist

Tags Ethical Fashion, Jewelry

Last month, I invited you to join me in making 2015 the year of ethically shopping. It's time to take that first step... How do we do that? Stop buying fast fashion! Gasp! I know! If you're at all how I was you've already closed this post, and moved on to never look back.  If you're still reading, I applaud you...hear me out.  Fast Fashion is the worst offender of sweat shop manufacturing and waste.  Think about it, they are selling you a tank top for $1.50, and making a profit from it. Considering all the expenses that go into...