JUN(e) may be almost over, but there’s still time to expand your summer wardrobe. Style your new summer look with some of our favorite brands that believe in being more than just a brand. These brands can help you overhaul your summer wardrobe with fashionable clothing and eye-catching accessories.
Sunglasses: Warby Parker
Sunglasses are a vital part of every summer fit, so grab yours from Warby Parker. Prescription sunglasses can be expensive, but the founders of this designer sunglasses company have one goal: to offer designer eyewear at a revolutionary affordable price. Users can select from various frames and order a set of five frames to test out at home before buying. They can upload their glasses prescription or purchase prescription-less lenses. In addition, Warby Parker offers a Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program and donated PPE to hospitals during the pandemic.
When you think of the perfect summer shoe, TOMS should immediately come to mind. Their shoe selection evolved from just their trademark slip-on shoe to include sandals, heels, wedges, sneakers, espadrilles, and more. Since beginning their One for One campaign, they have donated more than thirty-five million pairs of shoes in sixty countries and positively impacted over 100 million lives. TOMS also donates a third of its profits to grassroots organizations.
Designer Eliza Kuo’s JUN features string bracelets containing a gold cross that stands for the four pillars of Love, Peace, Strength, and Prosperity. Each silk-stringed bracelet comes in various colors and styles that serve as reminders of love, calmness, freedom, creativity, and more. Each one stands for one thing, but all will deliver the energy and vibration needed to empower you to turn your dreams into reality. JUN donates a portion of its profits to various charity partners that focus on women’s empowerment, environmental sustainability, COVID-19 solidarity response funds, and ending AAPI discrimination. So ignite your dream and live life to its fullest with a JUN bracelet in your favorite colors.
We all know the saying “The clothes make the man,” so here are our two favorite places to get clothes regardless of your personal style. Check out some of the hottest fashion trends this JUN(e).
Everlane offers a wide selection of t-shirts, blouses, bodysuits, dresses, jumpsuits, swimwear, and activewear that are perfect for anyone looking for a more designer clothing brand. In addition, their 100% Human collection contains t-shirts, tote bags, face masks, and sweatshirts. A portion of profits from this collection goes towards the American Civil Rights Union. Everlane also partners with ethical factories worldwide to produce their clothes and aims to avoid participating in the fast fashion industry. Their timeless pieces are designed to last more than just one season.
thredUP is an online consignment store where fashionistas can shop and donate or sell gently used items. It is the easiest way to overhaul your wardrobe with gently used clothing from various brands, including high-end and designer sub-labels. Many of these like-new treasures are up to 90% off their estimated retail cost. This thrifting company also educates users on the environmental impact of fast fashion and offers a Fashion Footprint Calculator. This unique carbon calculator helps users see how their fashion habits contribute to climate change.