What is Make the Shift?
Make the Shift (MTS) is a social initiative of Lulubelle's Clothing, Edge Hill Cairns, supporting women’s empowerment initiatives both local and global, through the sales of clothing and accessories. MTS recognises that the journey towards a beautiful life often begins with empowering women to feel confident and loved.
Our original boho-inspired designs are carefully selected and made from the highest quality cotton/rayon. Dresses are flowy and feminine, embracing the comfort and beauty of the female form.
Our collections are in small quantities and once sold will not be repeated. This means exclusivity and originality for you when purchasing a MTS product.
Styles are created with cool comfort in mind, stylish yet practical, with the flexibility to take you from day to evening just by adding simple MTS accessories.
How it works?
Every month 10% or more of both online and in store sales will be donated towards the Grameen Bank to assist in eliminating international poverty through social business initiatives.
Every month MTS and Cairns local business partners will gift a pamper package to a worthy Cairns woman as a gift of love, recognition, support and encouragement. Nominations for a worthy gift recipient will be taken via Facebook and in store referrals.
To Partner with Make the shift please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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