Why the Target + TOMS Collab Will Be All Over Your Holiday Wish List
Target and TOMS are partnering up to provide limited edition gifts that give back. The line, sold in all Target stores across America and Canada and on Target.com, will be readily available to consumers just in time for holiday shopping. The collection will debut November 16 and run through mid-March. In addition to TOMS classic canvas slip-ons, the Target+TOMS collection features apparel, home goods (even blankets!), chic bangles and tons of winter accessories.
The well-known one-for-one model adopted by TOMS ensures that for every item purchased, one item will be donated to those in need. In addition to donating a pair of shoes, donations will also include blankets and one week’s worth of meals.
These bangles ($15 for a set of three) are inspirational and trendy. “Build your tomorrow” with a new set of arm candy!
Your inner cowgirl is calling for this cream poncho ($28)! Keep it around for all those lazy fall days.
Get these super cute toddler shoes ($32) for any pink-loving little girl who wants to save the world and look good while doing it!
You can never have too much coffee, and these mugs ($12-$15) not only keep your caffeine warm, they give you life advice as you drink it!
All our home goods magazines have taught us you can never have too many blankets in the living room. These throws ($30 each) are ethical, super trendy and are calling for a movie night!
Light up the room with this candle ($15). Not only does it bring a gold statement to your house, it comes with this totally reusable wooden box.
The collection features more than 50 items, each of which can be purchased for under $50. The partnership has the potential to generate more than 11 million blankets, food and shoes to children and adults in need. Blankets will be donated through the American Red Cross or Canadian Red Cross, and the week’s worth of meals will be donated through Feeding America or Food Banks Canada.
Check out this video to learn more!
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