Win/Win: Shop And Support Those Affected By Hurricane Sandy

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1“Sandy, my darlin’, you hurt me real bad.” We hear you, Danny Zuko. The past week has been filled with some of the most devastating damage the East Coast has seen in years. From natural disasters to arguably controversial marketing diction, the Frankenstorm has disrupted our daily lives left and right.

Out of the dark, however, comes a bright light in the way of benevolent acts of human kindness and compassion. And, if you're looking to give back, too, take note: Some of our friends in fashion have decided to donate a percentage of their sales to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Below, check out the companies that have decided to give their customers a bit of a monetary break, and the hurricane victims a little relief in the process. You have our official permission to shop.

As if we didn’t love Reformation enough already, the eco-friendly fashion brand is not only offering 20% off all items with coupon code “REFRELIEF,” but is also donating 10% of all sales to The American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy. The discount and donations are in place until Thursday, November 8.

Our beloved jewelry-making sisters at DANNIJO have decided to dedicate 20% of the brand’s online sales to The American Red Cross. From now until Sunday, November 4, you can simultaneously up your arm candy factor while helping an important cause.

The Courtshop flagship store is currently closed, but is happy to offer 20% off its online selection as well as free shipping. Additionally, 10% of proceeds from all denim sales will be donated to The American Red Cross.

NYC retailer and R29 favorite Kirna Zabête is hoping to get back up and running in Soho soon. In the meantime, the company is offering 15% off all fall merchandise with code “SILVERLINING” until Sunday, November 4.

With it being tough to get back and forth between Manhattan and Brooklyn, Williamsburg gem Jumelle is offering 10% off all online orders now until Sunday, November 4. Simply use the code “SANDY". Thanks, Candice!

Assembly New York is keeping all of its activity online “until the power comes back on.” Everything on the boutique's site is 30% off indefinitely. No code necessary.

The Erica Weiner store and studio in Manhattan is closed but, luckily for everyone, the jewelry is dry and unharmed! All online purchases are 15% off with the code "TOTO".

Stock up on luxe leather goods and more for a cause thanks to Salvatore Ferragamo. The brand will be donating a portion of their proceeds (through this Sunday) to the Red Cross.

Natori will also be donating 20% of its online sales to The American Red Cross. Support the cause and replenish your luxury lingerie drawer from now until November 11.

Photo: Courtesy of DANNIJO