Since discovering Sudara Punjammies last summer, I’ve been obsessed with their gorgeous styles, inspired by colors and beauty of the culture of India. It is important to note that India has some of the highest estimates of slavery and sex-trafficking in the world, but Sudara is made proudly by Indian women, working to provide a fresh start for themselves and a safer healthier future for their children. They have made it their mission to combat these practices, and have opened pathway for women to escape sexual slavery and live in freedom, by raising money and the sales of their punjammies. Human Trafficking Awareness Month is in January, so it couldn’t be a better time to put Sudara in the spotlight.
Their girls statement tees labeled, “Future World Changer” believe every human being, young and old, has the power to make the world a better place. In lieu of their signature silk bottoms, the girls are wearing Sudara’s pink Lightweight Flannel pants with little french bulldogs donning red sunglasses. I figured these were better for the winter months.
I am wearing a Namaste Tee, with the Bhara full length lounge pants. The print features marching elephants, spinning mandalas and swirling henna in colors of blues, pinks and accents of lemongrass and paprika.
I am a huge supporter of brands who try to make a difference in the world. I believe in what Sudara stands for, and I appreciate all they are doing for moms and their children in India. Here’s to my future world changers.