Black Friday Special: Giveback Garb

Black Friday Special: Giveback Garb

By Kelsey Ogletree, November 23, 2016

Listen up, Black Friday shoppers! For many women, getting dressed in the morning is a complicated process. Not only do the clothes you wear reflect your personal style and the image you want to project in the world, they can also affect how you feel. These three clothing brands inspire us not only because of their covetable fall fashions, but also because of their underlying missions to serve the greater good. Talk about a good excuse to shop!

>Altar’d State
This company’s tagline: “Where faith and fashion come together.” Started by owners Brian Mason and Aaron Walters in 2009 with a single shop in Knoxville, Tennessee, Altar’d State now operates more than 50 boutiques around the Southeast. Its pillars of philanthropy include donating 1 percent of all sales to charities, funding employee volunteer hours each month and filtering prayer requests through its website.

Style: Feminine, classic styles, with products ranging from sweater dresses and lace tops to delicate jewelry and boot socks

Fall Shopping List: Magically Made Dress, $70; Kathy Lynn Top, $65; Dainty Cross Necklace, $15

Altar'd State

 

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