Fashion for a Cause
While new boutique Jade & Clover certainly has its finger on the pulse of what’s trendy (“This season’s all about velvet, bell sleeves, dusty pinks and bold prints,” says owner/founder Giselle Ruggeberg), the progressive retailer’s first priority is supporting local creative efforts, indie labels and brands that give back. “I really wanted to create something that would bring everybody together,” Ruggeberg says. From MiiR hydration products that fund anti-poverty/clean water initiatives to sandals by Texas’ own philanthropic flip-flop company Hari Mari, Jade & Clover shoppers can expect to find items that will have them looking good and feeling even better.
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