Less power suit, more empowerment suit

If there’s anything we believe in as much as the impact of economically empowered women, it’s the impact of a killer jumpsuit. Ghana-based, Sydney-founded company YEVU is checking both #fashan and social impact boxes with their mind-blowing collections. Handmade by talented garment-makers, these garments are flipping the script on wax printing. YEVU’s employee benefits transcend the norm – they pay well above minimum wage and the company ensures every child of an employee attends school on the reg. It’s fab to see a textile company who are 100% committed to keeping their staff as happy as their customers.

If wrap tops and wide leg pants aren’t your thing, YEVU have you covered on the practicality and utility front with hats, bum bags, yoga bags, laptop cases, totes and planters. Their prints are sourced from wholesale markets in Accra and Tog (see the very BDE monochrome boiler suit and crustacean sensation prawn bag) keeping the funds flowing into the local economy. YEVU has a lot to teach us; founder Anna Robertson’s advice to consumers is to “Buy less and make it last.” When flaunting your new investment pieces, enjoy the new-found confidence embedded in these pieces by the talented queens who made them.


For a limited time, YEVU are having a FOMO sale – that means you can get your mitts on some gorgeous garments for 30-50% off. Don’t sleep on it.