These Boots Were Made to Fight Human Trafficking

I was loaned these boots by Colette Sol to style for this post. I was not compensated in any way for this post and all opinions are 100% my own. I have included affiliate links below. When you purchase through these links, I may receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting this site and our sponsorship of our Compassion child, Samson!

You know when you find something you think is probably too good to be true? That’s what I thought when I heard there were boots – handmade leather boots – being sold to fight human trafficking.

I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect ankle boot and I’ve found a few I like, but none I was in love with…until now.

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Colette Sol is women’s shoe brand that came from the heart of one woman who wanted to better the lives of young women impacted by human trafficking. Colette Sol shoes have become very popular in Europe over the past few years, well-known for their elegant look, durable construction, and comfort.

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What sets Colette Sol apart, however, is that they currently donate 100% of their net proceeds to anti-trafficking partners. They also use the sales of their shoes to raise awareness about human trafficking. Their mission is stated strongly on their website:

Colette Sol operates as a for-profit business with a strong social mission – namely, to fight human trafficking using proceeds and awareness generated by the sale of our shoes. This mission has, and will always be, more important to Colette than returning profits to shareholders. As a small but growing company, we strive to be both: (1) generous with our partner organizations, and (2) prudent in investing to build a sustainable business.

I think this is amazing. And to make it all better, Colette Sol has now expanded to the United States! That means we now have the chance to purchase some gorgeous boots AND fight human trafficking at the same time!

Colette Sol sent me their James Biker Boot in both brown and black to try out. Remember how I was looking for that great ankle boot? These are the real deal – very comfortable, versatile, and classy. Here’s just a few ways I’ve been wearing them…

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Casual look with the black James Biker Boot: buffalo check flannel shirt {Target}, black puffy vest {Old Navy}, cuffed skinny jeans {old from Target}

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Dressy look with the black James Biker Boot: black sweater dress {Target}, maroon fleece-lined textured leggings {Target}, gold feather necklace {The Root Collective}

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Casual look with the brown James Biker Boot: Agatha beanie {Krochet Kids International}, ABLE scarf {fashionABLE}, Sophie hoodie {Evy’s Tree}, dark jeggings {WalMart}

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Dressy look with the brown James Biker Boot: Kissing Elephants tunic {Symbology Clothing}, black jeggings {WalMart}, Selam cuff {Johari Creations}

I’m head over heels for these boots and Colette Sol as a company. Real leather boots do not come at a small price, but buying these boots is not just about buying boots. It’s also about joining the fight and spreading the word about the horrors of human trafficking. Your purchase DOES make a difference.

I’m not offering a discount on these boots today because Colette Sol USA is just getting started and wants to continue making the biggest impact possible, but if you use the code HWTB now through December 31st, you will get free shipping on your order!

Tell your friends, put these boots on your Christmas list, use your Christmas money to treat yourself – these boots were made to fight human trafficking!

There are four Colette Sol USA styles right now! Which is your favorite?

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Comments

  1. Love that red hoodie, it looks great with your new boots!

    Arielle from Tangled Musings