Womom April 2014

For the woman behind the mom.

Samantha Chan

Urban Halo headbands are the perfect accessory for athletic activities or chic pampering. www.myurbanhalo.com

Multiple sclerosis affects more than 400,000 people, and Peekaboos' Hats for Hope aims to lower that number. Fifty percent of hat sales go toward improving the lives of patients and finding a cure for the disease. Plus, the hats let you also wear a ponytail thanks to a neat trick. www.peekaboos-hats.com

Organic, fair-trade, and sustainably farmed garments are at the heart of Indigenous clothing for men and women. www.indigenous.com

Incorporate earthy tones and elements into your home with help from Emily Henson's Modern Rustic (Ryland Peters & Small). www.amazon.com

RejuvaHealth offers hosiery, socks, and leggings that look great and also prevent varicose veins, blood clots, and other circulatory issues. www.rejuvahealth.com

This column appeared in the April 2014 issue.