Feed the Hungry - and Look Great Doing It

Five of Marie Claire's favorite style bloggers share their favorite items from the FEED USA + Target collection...and what makes them passionate about the cause.
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You've always prided yourself on looking good, accessorizing impeccably, and giving back to those in need...just not necessarily at the same time. The new FEED USA + Target collection lets you multitask your shopping and charity work with 50 items that donate meals to hungry families. Here, five of Marie Claire's favorite style bloggers share their favorite items from the collection...and what makes them passionate about the cause.
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Extra Petite

As readers of this blog probably know, food is something that I immensely enjoy. And when trying new foods becomes a passion of sorts, it’s easy to forget that for many Americans, finding any type of food is still a daily struggle. When I was contacted to share about a collaboration between Target + FEED USA, I was interested and did some research. I was surprised to discover that--even in this country--hunger is an issue for 1 in 6 Americans.

From extrapetite.com.

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FEED Projects founder Lauren Bush Lauren co-designed over 50 pieces for the FEED USA + Target collection, each with a distinct Americana aesthetic. From home and sporting goods to apparel and accessories, the collection aims to please every dynamic while donating meals to children and families through Feed America with each purchase.

From TfDiaries.com.

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The Budget Babe

The limited-time-only line of 50+ products each have specific meal amounts associated with them - for example, if you buy a scarf, you're donating 14 meals to the charity. This is a cause I've supported in the past and I'm excited to see my favorite big-box retailer teaming up with a charity that helps people right here in our own backyards.

From thebudgetbabe.com.

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Viva Fashion

You’re probably already familiar with FEED’s iconic burlap bag, which has been spotted on celebs such as Jessica Alba and Rachel Bilson. FEED’s projects to date have raised enough funds to provide nearly 60 million school meals to children around the world.

From vivafashionblog.com.

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The collection hopes to provide more than 10 million meals total across the U.S.! My eight favorites alone would donate 116 meals to those suffering from hunger!

You can shop the entire collection (and do your part to help end hunger) here.

From sydnestyle.com.

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