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Eco-friendly Holiday Gift Guide 2016

Eco-friendly Holiday Gift Guide 2016

The holiday season is approaching, and whether you're a zealous organizer who wants to get a head start now or that person who waits until the day before, desperately looking for gift ideas, we're hoping our gift guide below will help you out. All products below are eco-friendly because we know our customers want nothing but the best for their friends and family.
Four Ways to Style a Fall Skirt

Four Ways to Style a Fall Skirt

Fall is here! We're trading in our cold brews for chai lattes, and our skirts for pants. But who says that you've got to store your skirts away until spring?! For those of you who love to show a little leg, fall does not have to be the season of hiding. We've broken down the styling on 4 fall-ready looks that incorporate skirts. 
This Just In: 3 LBDs to Add to Your Fall Wardrobe

This Just In: 3 LBDs to Add to Your Fall Wardrobe

There are certain articles of clothing that are so well loved, they’re considered essential to one’s closet. One of those garments is the classic, oft-spotlighted “little black dress”. What the little black dress, or LBD, offers is an effortlessly cool, elegant look that you can dress up or dress down. The neutral color is a perfect canvas for layering or accessorizing. 
4 Ways to Nourish Your Soul Inside and Out

4 Ways to Nourish Your Soul Inside and Out

It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. We often forget to take time for the little things that can help us through even our busiest moments. Synergy prides itself on being a company that promotes both social and personal growth and balance. Here are a few of our favorite ways to refocus and care for ourselves.
Lillian Bradley: The Peacebuilding Fashionista

Lillian Bradley: The Peacebuilding Fashionista

Lillian Bradley is a young blogger on a mission. At the age of 16, she founded Fahodie for Friends, a non-profit that fights human trafficking in West Africa and provides resources for victims and their families. In 2013, Fahodie for Friends became a certified NGO and she has been able to help over 19 families. She also runs the blog Desyre2Inspyre, where she highlights ethical fashion brands.
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Synergy in Nepal

Synergy in Nepal

At Synergy we look for ways of collaborating that tie into our core beliefs as a company. We were recently honored to have international photographer, volunteer, humanitarian, and all around amazing person, Amanda Bensel, do a documentary style photo shoot of our stitchers and our factory in Nepal. 
On the road again...

On the road again...

Our 2016 tour dates are up! We will be traveling around the States this summer to a bunch of amazing festivals and events! Check out our events page for a full list of this summer's events. Hope to see you on the road! XO, Synergy

 

The Ultimate Bridesmaid Dress

The Ultimate Bridesmaid Dress

The Synergy Infinity Dress in Desert Sand[/caption] The Infinity Dress is truly a game changing style. Never before has there been a dress with so much versatility and style tied up into one simple design. 
Guest Blogger: Anna from STRUCKBLOG

Guest Blogger: Anna from STRUCKBLOG

We are humbled on a daily basis by the women who wear Synergy Organic Clothing while doing inspiring things. This post is part of a series of guest blog spots written by inspirational women who kick butt while wearing Synergy! Click here to read the full post on STRUCKBLOG.

An Eastward Journey

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This blog post was written by Kate Fisher, Co-owner/Creative Director of Synergy. She is currently visiting India and Nepal, working with our manufacturers and checking in on our factories.

 

It was very sweet to be back in Pushkar after 7 years. It felt like a pilgrimage for me, back to a place I know so well, where I spent so much time growing up and into myself as a devotee of life and of the sacred, and learning to lay the foundation of my business. It was my training ground in business , buying in the markets, working with tailors, and learning how to design clothing, a business school and fashion design school all rolled into a beautiful gypsy village in the desert of Rajasthan. It captivated my young adventurous freedom loving spirit. There I learned the art of international commerce and about a sacred and simple life that exists in the quiet beauty of the village of Pushkar, with the holy waters of the lake as the crown jewel of the desert, where I went for my daily morning oblations and prayers, and brought fresh flower garlands and ghee to my favorite deities. It is the kind of place where when you return everyone stops you on the street and greets you and welcomes you in for chai and remembers exactly how long it has been since you were there last. It is a village I came to every year for 15 years, where I formed deep friendships and connections to the people, the culture, the deities, and spirits of the lake and village. " Sometimes we visit your country and live in your home..."

Going back there this time, was like looking at a reflection of myself in the lake. I could see and feel the parts of myself that were exactly the same as when I first arrived at age 21, and I could see how much courage it took for me to travel to India year after year in my twenties and thirties. I could now see the parts of myself that have changed and grown, and I could feel how so much of my dharma now is about being a mama to my beautiful sweet children and a wife and partner to my amazing husband Henry Schwab who is at home holding down the home front. It is taking a lot of stamina and endurance for both of us to be doing what we are doing now, and I am so grateful that we chose this path, that this path chose us, and that we chose each other. With my pilgrimage back to Pushkar complete , I am now ready to go back to work in Delhi and soon on to Kathmandu to keep the wheels of Synergy rolling. ‪#‎confessionsofawanderlustjunkygypsymama
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