Who doesn’t love a good clothes themed day? Get on the bandwagon today by stripping off whatever colourful top you’re wearing and replace it with a crisp white shirt in the name of ovarian cancer research.
Witchery and Madison Magazine have joined forces to launch the inaugural White Shirt Day where all profits made from Witchery’s capsule collection will be given straight to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund for much needed research into curing ovarian cancer.
The capsule collection launched in all Witchery stores across Australia and New Zealand is comprised of three shirts for men and seven shirts and a tote bag for women, so you definitely won’t be stuck for choice. Always good with backing worthy causes, celebrities like supermodel Pania Rose, celebrity chef Justin North, Brisbane actor Gyton Grantley and Olympic swimming legend Michael Klim will all be sporting their shirts around town today.
So head down to your nearest Witchery store in your lunch break to be part of the white shirted army, supporting a great cause while looking chic and sophisticated. Win-win.