Wow it has been a WEEK! I finally took a break from moving today to do a little holiday shopping at Altar’d State and it was just what the doctor ordered! While holiday shopping can be stressful, sometimes a little retail therapy is just what I need especially at a store like Altar’d State. Not only do they have adorable clothes, but their brand mission centered around giving back is something that I deeply admire, especially during the holiday season. The holiday season is always a time when I reflect on my blessings and think about those who are less fortunate that myself and my family. The holidays can also be a really hectic time with huge shopping and to do lists that make it hard to fit in time or budget to give back and think about those in need. Whether you’re looking for an opportunity to give back or in need of prayers for yourself or a loved one this holiday season, Altar’d State offers a platform that makes it incredibly easy to do both.
Every Monday, Altar’d State donates 10% of net proceeds to a local charity, offering an incredibly easy way to give back to your community that also doesn’t require additional spend. Simply make a point to shop at an Altar’d State store on Mondays and you’ll be giving back just by buying something. Throughout the year they support a variety of organizations from food pantries to mental health organizations so you’ll also be helping so many different causes. For those looking for a little extra support, Altar’d State has a prayer journal just outside their dressing room where you can share your prayers.
During the holiday season it’s important to stay centered and focused on what is most important in life and Altar’d State is a place that certainly does that amidst the crazy holiday hustle and bustle. Plus, they have some pretty cute clothes whether you’re looking for something to cozy up in, an outfit for your holiday parties or some great holiday gifts they have it all! Stay tuned for some more of my favorite looks from Altar’d State in the coming weeks!
Thank you to Altar’d State for sponsoring this post.