cute with a cause: serengetee

Hi Loves!

As some of you may know I am a HUGE advocate for giving back and doing good in both the global community, as well as your personal local community, and I've been lucky enough to find an amazing company that does both!

Serengetee was founded by two college students on their Semester at Sea voyage (don't forget about Semester at Sea, there's much more to come about that!) who were inspired by different cultures and had their eyes opened to global issues. They wanted to start a business that would help the communities of the people they met, and that's how Serengetee was born.

How Does It Work?

The basic idea is that fabric is hand selected and purchased from different countries, which helps to contribute to local economies in the different communities. Serengetee then customizes different shirts, bags, fanny packs, hats, and belts using the fabrics you choose, and a portion of your purchase contributes to a charity that corresponds with the fabric.

Here are some examples, with photos featuring my adorable sister and my two beautiful friends Eileen and Dany!

 Here's Dany, wearing the women's crop sweater in the fabric Phosi, which is from Laos! Phosi contributes to the charity Pencils of Promise, which builds schools in impoverished communities all over the world. 

Here's Dany, wearing the women's crop sweater in the fabric Phosi, which is from Laos! Phosi contributes to the charity Pencils of Promise, which builds schools in impoverished communities all over the world. 

 Here's my little sister rocking a women's deep v-neck in Dupre, a fabric from here in the United States which also contributes to Pencils of Promise!

Here's my little sister rocking a women's deep v-neck in Dupre, a fabric from here in the United States which also contributes to Pencils of Promise!

 My little sister again, this time wearing the crop tank top in the fabric Hudson. Hudson is also from the United States and it contributes to Feed My Starving Children, which combats youth hunger here in the U.S

My little sister again, this time wearing the crop tank top in the fabric Hudson. Hudson is also from the United States and it contributes to Feed My Starving Children, which combats youth hunger here in the U.S

 Here's Eileen wearing the fabric Brasilia, which is from Brazil. It contributes to the Whole Planet Foundation, which provides micro loans to women in over 60 different countries

Here's Eileen wearing the fabric Brasilia, which is from Brazil. It contributes to the Whole Planet Foundation, which provides micro loans to women in over 60 different countries

 Here's my little sis one more time, this time in Galaxy from the United States, which also contributes to Feed My Starving Children!

Here's my little sis one more time, this time in Galaxy from the United States, which also contributes to Feed My Starving Children!

So...

If you'd like to #weartheworld and help change the world, check out serengetee.com and apply the code Sharma15 at checkout for a 15% discount! Don't forget to post pictures in your new 'Getee gear and hashtag #weartheworld and #nishaasharma so I can obsess over how cute you all are. 

Much love,

Nishaa

xoxo