Imagine this. You see an item of clothing that you desperately want but unfortunately, it doesn’t come in your size. Normally, you just walk away feeling irritated and disgusted but now you can give a store assistant or manager a Clothes Calling Card.
The Clothes Calling Card Campaign is a call to action initiate that allows you to politely let stores know that if you could purchase clothing from their store, you would. Instead of walking away feeling defeated, you’re letting these stores know why you won’t be shopping with them, and what they have to do get your business.
According to xoJane,Clothes Calling Card founder, Nicole Skews started the campaign after several conversations with her friends and twitter followers
“The more we talked about it, the more we realized this is a hugely common problem at both ends of the spectrum, not just for plus-sized women. A lot of women who are smaller than the mainstream size run told us how humiliated they felt shopping in children’s clothing stores because they couldn’t find clothes anywhere else. It wasn’t just clothes people were becoming frustrated with — bras and shoes were also a major issue,” shared Nicole.
Since starting the campaign, over 200 calling cards have been downloaded and people have shared their frustrations on social media as well.
The Clothes Calling Card is available for free download with 100% of proceeds from any sales of the cards is being donated to Dress for Success.
To find out more about The Clothes Calling Card Campaign visit ClothesCallingCard.com.