With Hurricane Harvey hitting Texas hard this week, news of the destruction has spread all over the nation, leaving us wondering how we can give back to aid relief efforts. Many nonprofits across the country are accepting donations, but if you’re unsure of which corporation to give your money and support to, deciding what to do can be a bit overwhelming. That’s why I was so pumped when I found out that a company we all know, love, and trust is not only giving back to Harvey victims, but giving you a way to style yourself as well. Lilly Pulitzer just released a limited-edition tee in an adorable Texas print that you can proudly wear while helping the ones in Houston who need it most.
The shirt only costs $60 (which, tbh, is a steal for Lilly Pulitzer), and ALL of the net profits from the shirt will be donated to the American Red Cross to directly aid Hurricane Harvey victims. For the $60 cost, you’ll get the Lilly Loves Texas Colie Top, a v-neck tee with a custom print that was specifically created for Hurricane Harvey relief. If you’re an avid Lilly collector, this is the only time this unique print will be offered, so that may give you just that extra little bit of motivation to open up your wallets.
You can pre-order the shirt now from the Lilly website in either white or gray on the Lilly website, and your donation today will get you a shirt shipped to you by October 3rd. Looking for another way to give back? If you make any Lilly purchase in stores on online tomorrow (September 2nd), Lilly will be donating 15% of all sales to the American Red Cross to Hurricane Harvey relief. If your wallet (or credit limit) runs deep and you need a couple of new game day shifts anyway, your generosity can know no bounds all while stocking your closet with the items you missed out on during the After Party sale earlier this week. Start pre-ordering your shirts now before your size runs out – like every other limited edition Lilly item ever released, these are bound to go fast!.
[via Town and Country Mag]
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