Fashion Friday: Meet 2PB’s Margot + Edie (and giveaway!!!)

So happy to share two new releases from Two Penny Blue today sure to help your summer wardrobe become a bit more gorgeous.  And just for you special peeps, this week enjoy 20% off your order with code ELEMENTS! Happy Friday!

I am obsessed with the Margot jacket– OBSESSED. Stripes, a great, flattering shape perfect to pop over a tank or dress.  Classic good looks and timeless style.
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So damn cute right???

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Also on deck is Edie– a seasonless topper that works any time of year and is great for both casual dressing and the office

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And don’t forget the most important thing- Two Penny Blue’s global mission to empower girls of the world!  For every jacket purchased a school uniform is donated to a girl in Africa enabling her to attend school and gain confidence, knowledge and independence.  They also donate 5% of net profits of all accessories to support girls education around the world.

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And just to make today that much more awesome, we are giving away a Margot jacket!  To enter:

–   Sign up for the Two Penny Blue Email Newsletter (bottom of page)
–   Comment with the name of your favorite charity below (lets share info and spread the word about how to do some good during this sad, scary time in the world)

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I will contact the winner next Friday!

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295 comments

  1. The Little Flowers Project. They give medical treatment and a home to abandoned babies in China.

  2. Alzheimer’s Society of Canada. It’s a terrible disease and it’s heartbreaking to visit a loved one and not have them know who you are or even who they themselves are anymore.

  3. Love146 an organization dedicated to ending human trafficking and rehabilitating those who have already been traffic,both in the US and other countries!

  4. Cradles to Crayons supports children from birth to age 12 in low income or homeless situations. Its also a great place to donate gently-used kids clothing and other gear. I also like Donors Choose because it supports teachers in schools across the country get access to the resources they need. In many parts of the country, a little bit of help goes a long way. So many other worthy options already noted!

  5. My favorite cause is Seneca Family of Agencies, a non profit which works with foster youth throughout California as well as Washington State!

  6. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (http://afsp.org/). We lost our oldest child last October to suicide. No one should have to face either side of this heartbreaking issue.

  7. The Birthday Party Project is an organization near and dear to my heart. Along with fellow “birthday enthusiasts” (volunteers) we host monthly birthday parties for homeless children in cities across America, complete with decorations, games, crafts, cupcakes and tons of fun!

  8. Salvation Army. My dad struggled with addiction and was even homeless for a bit. The salvation army was his saving grace.

  9. One of my favorite charities is Boston cares, a non-profit that provides volunteer work around Boston. They make it easy to volunteer and do great things for homeless veterans in Boston.

  10. City Gospel Mission in Cincinnati, Ohio! They do so much for the people of Cincy including running treatment for men and women struggling with addiction.

  11. Crisis Nursery of Minneapolis! This organization strives to end child abuse and neglect by providing resources to families and safe shelter for children.

  12. Planned parenthood and big brother, big sister. Love the blazer and already follow 2 Penny Blue and get their emails – their mission is beautiful!

  13. My favourite charity and the one I’ve volunteered for for the last 6 years is Julia’s House in Dorset, England. A hospice for children. The work they do is just incredible! Thank you xx

  14. Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre –
    Offering hope , healing and help to children and youth who are victims of child abuse.

  15. Magnolia Moms – supports local women and children’ shelters in the greater Seattle area all through 100% volunteer work. There is no paid staff, just a lot of kindness, love and trying to do something on a grass roots level for people in need.

  16. St. Jude’s children’s hospital- taking care of kids and their families when they need it most!!

  17. Preschool Partners – a local organization that gives 3&4 years olds access to a wonderful preschool experience and gets families involved.

  18. I work at a non-profit medical clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina that provides comprehensive and holistic healthcare to uninsured adults — Alliance Medical Ministry. We have a huge community garden, hold weekly yoga classes and cooking classes to educate on how to craft a healthy meal for a family of four on $10! In a state that didn’t expand Medicaid coverage, access to affordable healthcare is a real problem for the uninsured; Alliance Medical Ministry is keeping folks out of the ER and healthy!

  19. MSPCA has my heart these days, with all the animal cruelty we hear about they are making strides to do some amazing things.

  20. I love the American Lung Association fighting lung cancer in women with LUNGFORCE.org. Please join us to fight this bully of a disease. No one deserves lung cancer.

  21. H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem! Dedicated to preparing and transporting nutritious meals on Sunday to children in neighborhoods with high food insecurity. An amazing organization working to make meaningful change in kids’ lives!

  22. The Isabella Santos foundation! It raises awareness and research funds for Neuroblastoma. ISF also supports hospitals that specialize in Neuroblastoma research and supports and raise awareness of other organizations that directly impact children with cancer.

  23. I worked at Chili’s all through high school and college and every year we raised money for St. Jude’s. I’ve been lucky enough to see first hand what wonderful things they do for sick children and their families. They’re a wonderful organization and I always feel comfortable giving to them because they make such an impact.

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