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You may have noticed I’ve been posting a lot of a new brand on my Facebook page (give it a follow if you haven’t already). I am so proud to announce that Dirty Hippy Swag, the brainchild of  Marisa Rheem, one of my best high school friends, launches TODAY! Thank you to another St. Andrew’s classmate of mine, Kelly Stewart, who is working alongside Marisa, for penning the press release below.

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Dirty Hippy Swag is an e-commerce startup, exclusively located online at www.dirtyhippyswag.com. With an ever-expanding collection, Dirty Hippy Swag specializes in comfortable street style apparel, as well as laser-cut designed and hand-beaded jewelry.

Founder and Designer Marisa Rheem believes in having clothes and jewelry that truly speak to her customers, making them feel safe and stylishly armored. As fellow millennial Madeline Harmon enthuses, “self-care and fashion have never looked so good!” It’s no accident that this company encompasses hoodies, sweatpants, and t-shirts: things we wear when we want to feel safe.

A fashion line emblazoned with cheeky, unwelcoming statements, Dirty Hippy Swag is the perfect platform to send a humorous yet powerful message. From their “Existential Crisis” sweatpants to their “Anti Social Club” necklace, Dirty Hippy Swag’s apparel and laser-cut designed jewelry allow you to clearly convey your mood to those around you without even needing to speak. Instead of feeling guilty and apologetic about needing time to unwind, slip into some Dirty Hippy Swag and let your clothes shield you from the outside world’s demands.

Oakland’s fresh new enterprise answers an unmet need for socially relevant fashion. Dirty Hippy Swag celebrates their customers’ purchasing power by transforming it into an opportunity to give back. By donating a portion from every purchase to trusted animal rescue organizations around the world, Dirty Hippy Swag bridges the gap between pursuing individual style and fulfilling our collective social responsibility as caretakers of this planet.

At the start of each new quarter, customers and fans can vote for their favorite animal rescue organization to become the next quarter’s beneficiary. This first season’s inaugural beneficiary is Rocket Dog Rescue, an all-volunteer nonprofit group dedicated to saving homeless and abandoned Bay area animals from euthanasia. Dirty Hippy Swag’s ultimate mission is to support the hardworking, silent heroes who dedicate their blood, sweat and tears to saving animals each and every day. By enhancing your wardrobe with Dirty Hippy Swag, you can help bring this vision to life.

For press inquiries, promotion opportunities, collaborative ventures, high-resolution images, or to book an interview, contact Marisa Rheem at 301-802-0551 or email, dirtyhippyswag@gmail.com, or visit the website at www.dirtyhippyswag.com. 8016 Shepherd Canyon Rd., Oakland, CA. 94611

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There really is no better way to get back to nature than camping. Cooking over an open fire and sleeping under the stars are cliches, but they’re so very true. Unlike a hotel break, a camping getaway gives you the chance to get up close and personal with nature. In the process, you’ll probably find yourself relaxing more, and spending a whole lot less! If you need anymore convincing, check out Reader Digest’s list of reasons to camp, http://www.readersdigest.ca/travel/travel-tips/top-7-reasons-go-camping/. For those who are already convinced and raring to go, have a look at this guide to the best destinations to pitch up a tent…

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Arches National Park, Utah

You’d be hard pushed to find any camping destination more awe inspiring that Arches National Park. The Devil’s Garden Campground is a great place to explore the national park from and set up base. If you stay here you’ll be sleeping amongst huge sandstone arches. The national park is also famous for it’s wildlife. Home to the peregrine falcon and a large number of lizards, you’re sure to come face to face with the park’s inhabitants. The desert landscape of Arches National Park, and the stunning rock formations, makes it a unique place to camp.

Pangong Tso, India

This huge lake is an endorheic lake, one that acts like a huge draining basin, in the Himalayas. Be sure to bring a tent equipped for the weather. http://tentsandcampgear.com/coolers/ have some good options available. The lake itself is a big tourist attraction and has lured visitors from all over the world to see the stunning views. The perfectly clear waters are a beautiful sight, and many choose to camp along the shores to enjoy the lake.

The Isle of Arran, Scotland

Scotland is well known for its rugged landscapes. People come to The Isle of Arran to take part in outdoor pursuits. From hiking to climbing, you’re sure to find yourself surrounded by like minded enthusiasts. The surrounding islands and villages are also worth exploring. If you do decide to camp here, just make sure you pack appropriately, Scotland is known for it’s cool weather!

Miyajima, Japan

If you’re traveling priorities are to mix the great outdoors with some culture and shopping, camping at Miyajima could be for you. This island is situated just a short boat ride away from Hiroshima. If you prefer luxury glamping to camping, there are cabin options as well as tent spaces. The temples and local shops also offer plenty to do. There are also deer that roam Miyajima, they’re very used to people though so don’t be alarmed if you see any!

Yosemite National Park, California

The Yosemite National Park is an area of complete wilderness. For hardy campers it’s the perfect area to explore. There are no signs of the modern world here, cars, electricity, and buildings won’t be seen! Hiking is popular here. Some of the most spectacular views can be found at Glacier Point and Yosemite Falls.

 

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