Charitable Fashion

Fashion food for everyone.

There’s nothing like a cute accessory to really top off a perfect outfit. Better yet, it’s even more exciting when you have an accessory that you build an outfit around. Now imagine if your favorite accessories could not only helped you look fabulous, but helped someone in need as well. Your wish is our command. Check out these super cute finds that come with an extra side of good karma.

Jac Vanek bracelets are everywhere, including on celebs like Emma Roberts, Miley Cyrus, and Lindsay Lohan. They’re black and white bracelets sporting sayings like “peace” or “its all good.” But the site also offers a number of nonprofit bracelets, which go for $10 each, to help various important causes: the victims of the earthquake in Haiti, uneducated children in Uganda, victims of sexual abuse, and more. Check them out here – you’ll get to rock one of these awesome bracelets while helping a really cool cause, too.

If you haven’t heard of TOMS, this is another brand you really need to check out. For every pair of TOMS shoes you buy, a pair is donated to a child in need. So far, over one million children have been given shoes through this cause. There’s a style for everyone – metallic, leopard, classic canvas, and even wedge styles for those want a little boost to their height. They range from about $44 to about $100 depending on the style. Regardless of the price tag, your purchase will give a brand new pair of shoes to a child somewhere in the world .

Next time you’re feeling the need to go shopping, do some research. You might just be able to help someone else out while you’re at it.

♥AUTHOR: KIRSTEN HURLEY

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One Response to Charitable Fashion

  1. Anonymous says:

    There are so many other charitable clothing organizations than just these two trendy ones. You should look into it more.

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