Women’s Day Finds for the Modern Feminist

Woman’s Day Finds for the Modern Feminist | Design Confetti

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1. La Femme Shirt, Sezane,  $55

While this top is currently sold out, you can still sign up on the waitlist. The stylish tee by French favorite, Sezane was created to celebrate Women's Day, and all profits from the sale of the top will be donated to the women's rights organization UN Women.

2. For All Womankind Illustration Poster, For All Womankind, $45

Seen on the streets at the SF Women's March, this poster by For All Womankind is one worth framing. A portion of each sale goes to female-focused non-profits that align with the organization's mission.

3. Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, Rebel Girls, $35

Trade-up the damsel in distress princess tales for this beautifully illustrated anthology of remarkable women throughout history and give your child some fantastic role models to look up to.

4. Feminist Small Brass Keychain, Chaparral Studio, $15

A small object that makes a big statement, this brass feminist keychain is a token you'll reach for every day. 20% of proceeds go to support reproductive healthcare through Planned Parenthood.

5. The Future is Female Onesie, Otherwild, $25

Celebrate the future generation with this iconic tee turned onesie by Otherwild. 25% of proceeds go to support reproductive healthcare through Planned Parenthood.

6. The Boobs Burp Cloth, Gravel and Gold, $29

This cheeky burp cloth by local brand Gravel and Gold is the perfect way to #normalizebreastfeeding, don't you think?

7. Resist Persist Feminist Market Bag, Margaret Elizabeth, $68

Another local favorite, female-run business Margaret Elizabeth has teamed up with Apolis to create this market tote aimed at supporting woman's wellness and rights. 10% of every sale is donated to Planned Parenthood while also supporting female Bangladeshi artisans who handcraft the bags and receive fair trade wages, annual profit dividends, and a retirement fund.