Orange Harp

30 Jun

Orange Harp App Logo

I’m extremely excited for today’s post, as it combines two concepts you don’t often see together: technology & socially-conscious products.When Kacie, a co-founder of Orange Harp, contacted me about her product, it was a no-brainer to share with all my readers. Orange Harp is the world’s first mobile app for one-of-a-kind, high quality socially-conscious fashion. The app, which is also available on iPad, connects you with the brands you are shopping instead of treating it as a traditional transaction. After I downloaded the Orange Harp app, a lightbulb went off in my head. Although technology and fashion with a deeper mission are at two polar opposite ends of the spectrum, they totally make sense together!

Orange Harp App

The Orange Harp app features a clean, easy-to-navigate layout that makes it a breeze to discover new
brands. I know as I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more in tune to the products I’m spending my money on. I’m willing to spend more money on a product with a purpose, and I love that Orange Harp is able to introduce me to those brands. I think we all want to support companies that promote a good cause, but finding such companies can be hard. One of my favorite aspects of the app is the organization. Categories are sorted into tops, dresses, accessories, and so on. You can also scroll through a list of brands, and learn more about what their mission is. You get a deeper connection with the brand, which makes me more likely to shop from them in the future. I’ve already got my eye on some cute dresses for work! Let me know if you’re familiar with Orange Harp, or what you think when you check it out. I think you’ll love it as much as I do!

Orange Harp App iPad

 

2 Responses to “Orange Harp”

  1. carascliche June 30, 2014 at 2:37 pm #

    Will definitely have to check this out!

    xx Cara

  2. Bethann of Bethanimalprint June 30, 2014 at 5:17 pm #

    Orange Harp looks nothing short of amazing and I love trying new apps – especially ones that have ANYTHING to do with fashion. It’s potentially a problem. Probably not though! xoxo, BA

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