Only available in store only for a very limited-time, the Aussie brand has released four spray jackets, AKA a short raincoat, in their signature eye-catching prints.
They’ll set you back $59 a pop, and fifty percent of each sale is going to Save the Children too – an international charity that focuses on aid and development, and providing children access to education and health services. So you know, that your purchase will be doing that extra little bit of good as well.
The profits from the sale of each spray jacket will go to @savethechildren, one of Australia’s largest aid and development agencies dedicated to protecting children from harm and helping them access quality education and health services. By purchasing a spray jacket you will be helping us reach our goal of raising $120,000 to support this important organisation.
The jackets are available in three, unisex sizes – small (for ages four to six), medium (ages seven to nine) and large (ages 10-12), and most of the prints are re-releases of their best-selling prints for adults.
There’s a particularly cute Where the Wild Things Are inspired print that’s absolutely darling, and the ‘winter harvest’ veggie print might just be sneaky way to encourage kids to hit their daily five servings.
Now, if they could bring back their collection for dogs, the whole family could be matchy-matchy, and wouldn’t that be downright amazing.
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