Fash­ion for a Cause

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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.

#NowTrend­ing: Chok­ers and dusty pinks

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