Wednesday March 8th is International Women’s Day, yay! IWD is a time to #beboldforchange and fight for feminism and gender equality. More than any other year, this one seems particularly relevant. Although we may not have our first women president as we’d anticipated (or hoped), the female presence in politics and society is stronger than ever. So what can you do (and wear) to get involved? Click through to find out, and shop 15 fantastic finds that flaunt your femininity and support.
DECLARE YOUR OWN
Click here to join the movement, and commit to being bold for change
Spread the good word in the name of gender equality through social media platforms
Attend an protest, march, or join a group celebrating International Women’s Day with an event near you
Every little bit helps. Contribute a donation of any amount to IWD’s charity of choice, WAGGS and support women’s empowerment while fighting violence
VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLAR
Shop from women run companies, or that support female friendly charities. Click through for 15 fun ways to vote with your dollar!
- Beklina Boob Towel $80
- The Outrage Free the Nipple T-Shirt $36
- Thinx Period Proof Panties $34
- ADAY Feminist Statement Scarf $60
- Jaline Feather Dress $595
- Lingua Franca Cashmere Sweater $360
- Delores Haze Feminist Necklace $153
- Aquarelle Maison Printed Pillow $160
- Group-Partner Pot for Planned Parenthood $65
- Maiyet + Brave Collection Bracelet for Planned Parenthood $115
- Wear Your Wounds Emotional Tee $36
- No Rain, No Rainbow Tee $55
- Perry + Hudson All for One Cream $25
- Other Wild The Future is Female Tee $30
- Stella & Bow Nasty Bracelet $38
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