More Fashion For Good

In case Vinny’s “F&@k Bullies!” t-shirt wasn’t quite your style, we thought we’d give you a few more ideas for celeb-inspired socially conscious gear to add to your wardrobe.

A couple of months ago, Ellen DeGeneres — also a huge advocate in anti-bully movements — announced her new “LAUGH. DANCE. LOVE.” t-shirt line supporting the Humane Society of the US.

Photo: TV personality and animal lover Ellen Degeneres unviels new animal rescue postage stamp (Getty Images); her shirt benefits the Humane Society.

Kristen Bell is focusing her style sense across globe, teaming up with Satya Jewelry to design a necklace benefitting Invisible Children, an organization that helps rehabilitate child soldiers in Northern Uganda.

Photo: Actress Kristen Bell visits families in Uganda (crowdrise.com); her necklace benefits Invisble Children.

Over at the Yellow Bird Project, over 30 indie bands (the likes of Grizzly Bear, The National and Rilo Kiley) have designed t-shirts benefiting charities of their choice.

Photo: Various bands have used their creativity backstage to design shirts benefitting various organizations. (yellowbirdproject.com)

So many options, so little closet space.

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