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BeWooden

Fashion | August 3, 2017 |

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BeWooden

 

They are BeWooden and they bring joy, style and individuality to their costumers.
They produce and design their bow ties, cufflinks, wallets, clutches, bracelets and belts by theirselves which are made from natural materials such as wood and leather.

 


BeWooden

Image courtesy of BeWooden

 

Their philosophy is based on individuality, quality and sustainability. Almost all of their products are made from excess wood of local woodworking shops. By combining up-cycling and honest craftsmanship they deliver unique and quality products with a personal touch.

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

Individuality, emotions and sustainability become more and more important for costumers worldwide– and that is exactly what the BeWooden team stands for.
With their products they want to share both their philosophy and their joy for working with modern, unconventional and fashionable individuals. 

 

more. www.bewooden.com 

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

BeWoodenImage courtesy of BeWooden

 

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