faerwear is inspired by many things:

predominantly nature, travel (of the nomadic sort), transformational festival fashion, earth-based spirituality, ancestry, waste reduction, and yes, of course, faeries – hence, ‘faer wear’. I have been designing jewelry for over 20 years, and some of the materials I use come from a collection just as old.

All the leather that I use is 100% recycled. The silver that I use is also recycled (if you have even further questions about the materials I use, the FAQ is a great place to start, too). I am an avid “junk sifter”, constantly on the lookout for stuff to keep out of landfills.

I’ve taken a bit of a hiatus from making things at the moment, but you can see my designs on Instagram. I am the originator of the shape and cut (this page was first published on August 25, 2016!) but as is typical with Etsy, it has since been copied *sigh* – regardless, I hope to resume making again this summer now that we are settling into a new place on the east coast where I am going to school.

If you’ve got questions, please read my Frequently Asked Questions – i’ve probably answered them already, but if not, feel free to contact me!

 

3 thoughts on “what (and who) is faerwear?

  1. I just found your sweet little website via Offbeat Mama. It is inspiring and beautiful. Thank you for all your great ideas, I only wish I could be as talented as you!

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