Giving Back With Calypso Cares

Now that the weather is finally warming up, who else is starting to shop for some new easy-breezy summer clothing? This year, we’re starting with Calypso St. Barth’s Spring & Summer collections which are full of relaxed, chic resort-wear perfect for both day and night. But, what we love most about this brand is its partnership with Fashion Project and She’s The First for the “Calypso Cares” initiative which supports girls’ education in developing countries. By donating like-new clothing or by giving a donation of $5 or more, you receive 20% your purchase (online or in-store). Giving back is so important to us and we are so proud to support a cause that helps make a difference in the lives of hundreds of women around the world, giving them the same opportunity for an education that we’ve been so grateful to have.

As proud supporters of Calypso Cares, Taylor and Caitlin are styling two of their favorite pieces of clothing from the new collection — the Afton Printed Silk Jumpsuit and the Hangra Linen Jersey Tank Dress.

Taylor’s wearing the Afton Printed Silk Jumpsuit & the Raswana Cotton Crochet Jacket.

Both of these pieces are ideal for days on the go with a little one and can be dressed up too with heels or even a blazer for the office.

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Caitlin’s wearing the Hangra Linen Jersey Dress & the Majai Hand Crochet Cotton Sweater.

The comfort that comes along with this soft linen dress is perfect for Caitlin during her third trimester. However, the tank dress silhouette will never go out of style and will be perfect post-baby bump too for years to come.

Photos of Taylor by Delbarr Moradi
Photos of Caitlin by Natalie Franke

Calypso Cares is running now through May 18, 2015. This post is brought to you in collaboration with Calpyso St. Barth.

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Author: Caitlin Kruse

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