BUY A CUP OF JOE, HELP SOMEONE IN NEED

Turns out, giving back is as easy as buying a cup of coffee.  Local coffee house, The Well, has made its mission to help those in need by serving up delicious brews. The Well gives its profits to worthy causes like building wells in African communities that do not have access to clean water.  Anytime you buy a cup of coffee for yourself from The Well, you’re also giving to someone else in a big way.

Dottie loves collaborating with companies that have big hearts.  You can feel good about shopping at DCB, too!  At the end of every month, Dottie donates a portion of proceeds to a different organization or cause close to our heart.  Shopping is even more fun when it’s for a good cause!

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Local Indy blogger, Kathleen Post stopped by The Well and cozied up with a cappuccino.  In her first look, she gave a gloomy day a pop of color in the Green Knit Layered Sleeve Sweater.  The sweater paired with the Black Patent Leather Clutch is giving us total Central Perk vibes.

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In Kathleen’s second look she switched out the bold sweater for the neutral Oatmeal Textured Knit Sweater and added the Black Velvet Fiddler Hat and Velvet Quilted Black Purse for some flare.  This sweater is longer than the first and is great for long days at the coffee shop spent reading or studying – perfect for college!

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Bold prints give dreary coffee shop days life!  Steal Kathleen’s look for your own.  Pair the Heart Printed Long Sleeve with your favorite denim and nail the perfect street style.

For more style inspo follow Kathleen on Instagram, @kathleen.post.

 

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