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Level your guilty shopping impulse by buying items from one (or all) of the many brands that are donating a percentage of their sales to support the Haiti tragedy. 15% of your online purchases at kooba.com are directed to help earthquake victims, so justify splurging on a girly-named tote, even if it’s on sale. Who knew that slinging a soft black leather Juliet over your shoulder could be charitable?
Carry the theme of support into your V-day celebration and coax your boy-toy into ordering you his fantasy lingerie from Hanky Panky- 10% of all web sales go to the American Red Cross. Take it from Lady Gaga, red is sexy and supportive! Relentlessly challenging is coming up with a gift for your man (aside from electronics and comic books, what do guys really need?) Fortunately, Anthony.com is donating 10% of ACTION Anthony Men’s products to the long-standing Partners in Health who are already helping the impoverished people in Haiti.
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Havaianas flip flopped 7,000 pairs of sandals to the cause in conjunction with Soles4Souls, who are providing shoes and boots for survivors to seek out others still stuck in the wreckage. It may not be the season just yet, but with 30% of proceeds going to the American Red Cross that surely gives grounds for acquiring a pair of “Little Bird” sandals on LuckyMag.com.
Should your shoe collection be too extensive to fit into a much too small wardrobe, perhaps you should consider donating a pair of last season’s gently worn heels to Sigerson Morrison to receive 15% off the Spring/Summer Collection and an additional 10% off sales merchandise. A pair of shoes is always an investment and even more so until February 28th with proceeds going to Soles4Souls and the Haiti Relief Fund. Self-indulgent? Hardly. [Image via tuckerpaisley.com]
Veritably, Christina Aguilera and Lacy Chabert are bundling themselves up in Love for Haiti – literally. The signature print fringe scarf by Tucker Paisley promises to both keep you warm this winter and donate 10% of sales to the American Red Cross (sold here).
We’ve all suffered the disaster that is static winter hair – solution? Make an appointment at Red Market Salon for February 1st to boost volume for both your hair and Haiti relief efforts. While you get pampered by Parisian stylists, all profits from the day go to Wyclef Jean’s organization, Yele Haiti.
– Maria Eilersen