Ashley Adores’ Favorite Things: Philanthropy Fashion’s Springtime Pieces

December 23, 2014

Talk about generous! Philanthropy Fashion gives 100% of all online sales to charity, donating to organizations in Uganda, Southern Sudan, and Haiti. Established in 2007, the locally owned Christian boutique has pledged $500,000 to designated causes, such as Hands and Feet in Haiti, which provides support for orphans and abandoned children. However, the causes Philanthropy endorses range from building quality affordable housing in Franklin, Tennessee, to bridging friendships and building community between homeless and non-homeless in Athens, Georgia.

“Philanthropy opened … with the belief that a business built around charitable works and grounded in Christ could make a difference in the world,” its website reads. “We opened as a platform for our customers to make a difference. By carrying a variety of fashion forward clothes and accessories that are perfect for the modern woman, we strive to keep our customers consciously and compassionately stylish.”

Now that we’ve covered the philanthropy component, let’s get into the fashion! Philanthropy has ample casual dresses, skirts and scarfs, and as such, it was hard choosing which pair of items to feature.

This Carnival Flare Dress already has me dreaming of springtime. I’m digging the pattern made with the coral accent stitch work and neutral base.


See more after the jump!

This darling Bethany Daily Tulle Skirt can easily be dressed up or down. It also comes in navy blue, and pairs well with oxfords. However, if you’re feeling edgy, a cropped leather jacket could up this skirt several notches.


I’ll leave you with this scripture that’s at the heart of Philanthropy’s mission: “If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.” 1 John 3:17-18

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