Everyone knows that shopping is a blast (after all, that's why we're here!) but shopping consciously can be even more enjoyable. While we all love browsing, the shops that truly suit us best are those that give us the best deals and give something back - to the earth and to our communities. Today, we take a look at some brands that really care and offer discounts through Promocodes.com - which ensures you can score a great price on these feel-good labels.
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Desigual is a stylish Spanish brand that offers a lot more than unique styles! It also features a collection that is aptly titled Share the Power which markets itself as a campaign that is totally free from prejudices, conventions, and stereotypes. This collection strives to celebrate our differences, promote equality, and defend the right of every person to be themselves. This is an intriguing and fresh take on the often jaded and challenging fashion world! Share the Power is all about love, happiness, and making a positive difference in the world. What's not to love?
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Stella McCartney's fashion line features beautiful styles and a sustainable alternative for those who are looking for professional and style-conscious designs. Stella's World, as it is known, is all about respect for nature, people, and animals. Not to mention, this brand is also dedicated to finding circular solutions that emphasize restorative and regenerative products that will never end up as waste. This ethically-produced fashion line is vegan and based on a "resilient supply chain" that helps support the livelihood of workers all over the world.
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Warby Parkers recognizes that, for many people, glasses are a ticket to success - and that it may be impossible to succeed in the developing world without them. The company uses a "Buy A Pair, Give A Pair" program that helps people who couldn't get glasses finally get the gift of (clear) sight.
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Patagonia is a tough brand that is known to brave the elements with a big heart. According to the company's mission statement, Patagonia promotes a minimalistic style and continuously strives to become "a responsible company." Founded by climbers and surfers, Patagonia works hard to raise public awareness of climate change, social inequality, and environmental issues all over the world.
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Madewell, owned by J. Crew, has a long history of social responsibility. It works with local and international suppliers to promote responsible sourcing, which means that the company keeps a close eye on where its products and materials are coming from.
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For many, TOMS is top-of-mind when it comes to social responsibility - and for good reason! The company was founded on social responsibility that makes its missions inseparable from the actual goods that it sells. TOMS has gone from selling 10,000 pairs of shoes in its first year to giving shoes away all over the country and working with charitable partners in every industry. As the company states, "In many ways, TOMS has redefined 21st-century social entrepreneurship and corporate responsibility." We agree.
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Levi Strauss solved a serious issue in its industry with hard work and innovation: the company actively reduces the amount of water used in the production of their jeans (which have been made since 1873). By doing so, they have saved more than a billion liters of water since its inception in 201. In addition to this, the company also helps recycle clothing through Goodwill, supports people with HIV/AIDS, and fights against climate change. It's brands like these that make us feel so good about shopping!