Justa Local Store is as passionate about giving back as they are about fashion

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

Justa Local Store should really be called NOT Justa Local Store. Not only do they stock fab local designers like Alice McCall, Three Of Something, Single White Female and up and comer Anna Quan, they’re also all about starting a movement in the way we shop.

Their theory is that everyone enjoys the thrill of brand new clothes, so why not help others at the same time and get double the enjoyment? For every item you buy from their online shop, they’ll give a dollar to charity. The more you buy, the more they donate.

There’s also the option to make an additional donation if you’re super excited about your purchase and feeling extra generous.

If there was ever a reason to fill up that virtual shopping basket, this is it.


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