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Designed Good for the Holidays

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This holiday season we all want to do more to give back, and we discovered a way to do so while online via a new social portal called Designed Good. How it works is simple - Designed Good curates the best in design and social good, connecting members with up-and-coming brands that are stylish while also being sustainable and cause-driven.

Some of our favorites are the Passion Purple Upcycled Sari Scarf whose purchase plants a tree through Trees for the Future, the Ordinary Acts of Kindness Backpacks, and the chic Purple Leaf Flatsthat are great for busy moms who seek comfort and fashion. Featuring the best in design and style, Designed Good is a great one-stop website to find artwork, clothing, gear, accessories, shoes and much more whose purchases all go toward making the world a better place.

For more information, please visit: http://www.designedgood.com/

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