In case you’ve ever wondered how to do good while looking good, I’ve found some legitimately fashionable companies that also do great things for others.
Keza's bright, chunky jewelry are real statement pieces. But by wearing them, you can make an even bigger statement - helping Rwandan women break out of poverty and create opportunities for themselves and their families – something that we at Khaya can really get behind. You can read more about their mission (and why they chose to get into fashion) here.
Finally, Warby Parker eyewear is the greatest. If I were Oprah they would be my new favorite thing. The designs are terrifically on-point modernizations of vintage styles (they even offer a monocle if you think you can pull it off) and for each pair you buy, Warby Parker works with nonprofits to distribute another pair to those who need them. The best part is that none of the styles costs more than $95 – lenses included! You can try as many pairs as you like at home for free, so there’s no downside to buying online. As someone who has spent over $500 on a single pair of specs that didn’t look half as awesome, and didn’t help anyone else in the process, I’m officially in love.
Keep these guys in mind on your next e-shopping trip. You'll be able to look awesome and make someone else's life better at the same time!