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Tag Archives: charity
fashionproject by fracturedradiance on Polyvore Fashion Project is a new-ish online secondhand clothing retailer with one important difference from other companies in its market: 55% of proceeds go to charity. The company focuses on well known, mid to high end … Continue reading
soulofafricashoes by fracturedradiance on Polyvore I stopped into Clarks on my walk through the forsaken corridors of our local indoor mall, thinking maybe I’d invest in a pair of their classic little elf shoes. The price tag caught me off … Continue reading
I was initially put off by TOMS’ business model because it seemed that they were really just in it for personal gain; when you pay $40.00+ for shoes that won’t last more than a couple seasons, you better hope that … Continue reading
If you read my other blog, you may remember that I criticized Radiant Cosmetics back in January for what I saw as a flippant campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking. My intent was to provide balance to the ridiculous … Continue reading
Ah, hipster glasses: once a novelty, now the dominating fashion in vision correction apparatuses. I thank hipsters for making glasses cool. I’ve been wearing them since I was 6, so it’s about time that I can be proud of my poor … Continue reading
Mata Traders is a brand I’ve been familiar with for a couple of years due to my love of window shopping at online boutiques. But I didn’t realize until last week, when Elizabeth of Delightfully Tacky featured one of their … Continue reading
athread A-Thread‘s business model relies on giving back: 5% of all sales go to charity. And through their Shop & Effect program, customers are able to choose which cause to support with their purchase. Of course I want to support … Continue reading