One of my favorite things about blogging is working with companies that focus on giving back. When Bene Scarves reached out to Thread Cincinnati about collaborating, we were all in. Bené Scarves’ tagline is “buy a scarf, educate a girl”. Bené believes “regardless of geographical location, nationality or socioeconomic status, we are committed to contributing to a world where everyone is provided an opportunity to fulfill their purpose and dreams. As global citizens we are responsible for each other, connected by the similarities and differences that tie us together. We must not simply placate the situation, but empower women by making investments into their lives, natural abilities and gifts to enable them to be self-sufficient. Our pieces are inspired by the cultures that we build into. ‘Benevolent’ means ‘characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feeling; Desiring to help others’. Bené is derived from this word with a simple meaning- ‘good’.” If you purchase a scarf from Bené, part of the proceeds will go towards helping women obtain education. What’s not to love about that?! Some Thread bloggers and I got together to shoot some of the Fall collation and I was so impressed with the quality and look of these scarves. I’m not usually a shawl person (I mostly gravitate towards blanket scarves), but this one caught my eye. And, Bené was kind enough to offer our readers an extra 15% off with code THREADYCINCY! If you’re looking to add a new scarf to your collection, I hope you’ll keep Bené in mind and be a #BeneBoss.
Turtleneck: Gap // Scarf: Bene Scarves (borrowed) // Skirt: here + super similar here + here only $6! // Boots: Louise et Cie // Earrings: Kendra Scott c/o // Watch: Michael Kors // Bag: Chloe // Sunnies: Ray-Ban
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