Men's Style List: Non-Profit Supporters

Men's Style List: Non-Profit Supporters

Make a difference with each purchase whether it’s a gift for friend or for you.  Some of your favorite brands are featuring special products that give back to our global community by donating money, planting a tree, and providing safe births and medical care for pregnant women. I’ve rounded up my top stylish picks for the month March with merchandise by Endangered Apparel, We Wood, Warby Parker, TOMS, and Lem Lem. Share your favorites with friends and help bring awareness to the brands that are making an effort to change the world.

we wood watch
WeWOOD // Jupiter // $90

Watches are an important wardrobe staple for a man and WeWOOD carries a variety of designs made by 100% natural wood and completely free of toxic chemicals. This finely crafted conversation piece comes in a variety of styles but the most visually appealing design element to this is when searching the website color choices they are all based on the hue of the wood. More than anything, it shows your appreciation for nature and it’s beauty.

For every watch sold WeWOOD plants a tree in collaboration with Trees for the Future, Treedom, and American Forests. Their goal is to plant 1 million trees by 2020 and keep Mother Nature healthy and happy.

warby parker
Warby Parker // Wilkie // Starting at $95

These two-tone glasses are a no-fail pair of glasses, their sloped rectangle shape fits pretty much every man. Order a pair to try on at home with a 30 day return policy that is easy and stress-free. Within 12 months if you have any scratches they’ll replace your lenses, the customer service is spot on. A few little extras for each pair is they are coated with 100% UV protection, anti-reflective, anti-scratch coating and more.

Warby Parker has distributed over 2 million glasses to people in need. At the end of the month, Warby Parker tally’s up all their glasses sold and donates a pair of glasses for everyone sold.

Tom's Natural Canvas Trekker Backpack
TOMS // Canvas Backpack // $88

Sleek and smart yet very stylish.  The backpack is made for the working man and provides the right padding to protect your most used tech devices. Leather trim design with zipper and magnetic closure to keep your accessories safe. There are color options to choose from including blue, green, grey, and natural.

With every canvas backpack sold, TOMS will provide a safe birth for a mother and baby in need get more information here http://www.toms.com/safe-birth-partners.

Lemlem slipper
Lemlem // Smoking Slipper // $70

Owner Liya Kebede collaborated with one of her favorite resort shoe designers Soludos to design a colorful, good quality espadrille. Each shoe is made with hand woven in Africa with cotton and roped soles, similar to the very traditional style that is worn on the coast of Spain. Designer Nick Brown finds the inspiration of his colors and prints from his travels. These smoking slipper style have a pop of neon to match all your summer tees and will be an instant favorite.

Five percent of each shoe sold will go towards the Liya Kebede Foundation providing maternity care for women in Africa. Liya is a designer, supermodel, and advocate for maternal health care and started her organization in 2005 to give life saving healthcare to mothers to-be.

endangered apparell
Endangered Apparel // Koala Tee Shirt // $24.99

Graphic tees are hot items for summer time and Endangered Apparel designs styles that are colorful and fun casual options.  On the website you can choose your animal graphic and t-shirt color you’ll wear the most. This geometric polygon koala design is an instant favorite, can’t say no to this cutie.

Twenty percent of every purchase goes back to an animal sanctuary to help endangered animals. A portion of our koala shirt purchase will go to The Australian Koala Sanctuary. Owners Mike and Branon are American Animal Activists are passionate about saving all the animals in the world.

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