Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to shop socially conscious fashion brands all in one place? Well, you’re in luck! Orange Harp is a user friendly app where you can do just that. It’s the world’s first app to shop all socially conscious brands! And let me tell you, it’s amazing. It makes it so easy to discover amazing products by sustainable brands all in one place. Check out their latest feature in Tech Crunch. We downloaded the app and gave it a try. We found so many amazing pieces by socially conscious brands. What we love most about it, are the stories behind each brand including information on how they are socially conscious. It’s great to know that you are not only being socially conscious in purchasing your favorite items but to really find out about the producer’s story is even more fulfilling. Here are some of our favorite picks! The Signature Zip Top Tote by Sword & Plough. Sword & Plough makes repurposed military gear with a fashionable touch. All sales help to employ veterans. They are on a mission to emotionally and physically touch civilians in their everyday lives. They recycle thousands of pounds of military surplus materials and repurpose them into fashionable bags that are both sturdy and sophisticated. They empower veterans employment by working with companies and non-profits that employ veterans as sewers and manufacturers. How amazing is that? Not to mention, how adorable is this bag? They have many more to choose from, so don’t wait! Check them out!
Next is the Kansas Home T. Obviously it was inevitable we would choose this adorable Kansas t-shirt. Gotta represent! These insanely soft shirts are made of cotton and also made in the USA! A portion of every sale is donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. This husband and wife team behind Home T are based out of a 1 bedroom apartment in NYC. We love that in purchasing one of these t-shirts will benefit so many!
How about this gorgeous Janna top by Jessica Faulkner? Jessica’s line has a vintage feel yet is very chic and feminine. These pieces are also all made in the USA. They are designed and manufactured in downtown LA under fair labor conditions. A portion of these sales benefit various charities including the American Red Cross, Burn Institute and The Hunger Project. This top is perfect for spring. I can see it paired with a skirt, trousers and even shorts. However you choose to style, it’s a must-have piece.
Guys! You have got to check out this app! It’s hard enough to know how the clothes you purchase are actually being made. This is a super easy and quick way to shop till you drop without the guilt of not knowing if the pieces you buy were made responsibly. We touched on a few item but they house approximately 26 brands currently on their app including clothing brands, jewelry, personal care, shoes and even lifestyle items. Go check it out and be sure to follow them on facebook, pinterest, twitter and instagram!