If you have followed Creative Women long enough, you are no stranger to the versatility or our bath towel (or fouta). Often used as a scarf, sarong, small blanket, or personal beach towel, the possibilities are seemingly endless. But one of our favorite uses for this particular piece is as a travel towel. Our Creative Director brought one along on her last trip and documented her thoughts along the way:
The team at Creative Women textiles is committed to the success of our wholesale partners. We believe that you deserve the best! Because of that belief, we are always looking for new ways to help ensure that you flourish.
Easter is a special time of year signaling new beginnings, rejuvenation, and the first joyful signs of Spring. As we celebrate the occasion with light-hearted gifts and fun-filled activities, let's also reflect on how and where those cute chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs were made.
Have you heard the buzz? Why are these new towels so popular? In recent years, the fouta, or flat-weave towel, has become a beloved home and lifestyle essential. But why are so many people leaving terry cloth behind? Let's talk about it.
In keeping with our mission, and as the result of our deep desire to curate beautiful pieces from an array of talented artisans, we proudly introduce Creative Women's newest collection. Our handwoven natural fiber sisal baskets!
Beauty need not combat sustainable living, for in pure and fair practices, therein lies the truest of beauties - the life giving honorable work of human hands. [A Guide for the Ethical Bride]
Each year, on April 24th, communities from around the world unite to bring awareness to a movement that seeks to make fashion a "force for good" – The Fashion Revolution
Fair trade is no longer a breaking headline; an unknown practice just surfacing in the market. In a society saturated with media and advertisement, it has become a beacon of meaning and purpose.