While living in Ethiopia, ABLE founder Barrett Ward saw how poverty forced generations of women into prostitution. She founded her company in Nashville to provide them with a livelihood—one that produces lovely things in the process. From hand-woven scarves and leather goods to handmade jewelry, all ABLE purchases help break the cycle of poverty. The jewelry and leather goods are my personal favorite, especially the chic black druzy ring and the Emnet Foldover Crossbody leather bag. Proving they are truly savvy businesswomen, the store launched a bachelorette party package that include a mimosa toast, a visit with a personal stylist, 15% off purchases, and a complimentary personalized necklace.