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May Day, celebrated on May 1st, holds rich historical and cultural significance, marking the transition into spring and honouring workers' contributions worldwide. To celebrate May Day, SO JUST SHOP is delighted to offer a special promotion on our Kiara earring range. For a limited time (until 1st July 2024), customers can enjoy 3 for 2 on our stunning Kiara earrings, handcrafted by talented artisans from around the world. Explore our collection and treat yourself or a loved one to these beautiful, ethically made accessories.

May Day has deep roots in ancient Celtic traditions, where it was known as Beltane, marking the beginning of summer. Over time, it evolved into a day of celebration in various cultures, including the UK. In the 19th century, May Day also became associated with International Workers' Day, commemorating workers' rights and the struggles of the labour movement.

International Workers' Day, commonly referred to as May Day, is celebrated globally on May 1st to honour the contributions of the working class and advocate for workers' rights. It serves as a reminder of the ongoing fight for fair wages, safe working conditions, and social justice for all workers around the world.  SO JUST SHOP is at the forefront of this, working with vulnerable women throughout the world and ensuring they have safe working conditions and are being paid a living wage.

As we celebrate May Day, let us reflect on the significance of this historic day and honour the contributions of workers worldwide. Thank you for joining SO JUST SHOP in commemorating May Day and supporting ethical practices that empower artisans and communities globally.

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