If you’ve already landed in Washington D.C. to participate in the Women’s March, then you’re going to need to make sure you’ve got the proper gear. If you didn’t purchase some merchandise that supports the movement ahead of time, don’t worry — there will likely be plenty of chances for you to do so on-site. For example, you can shop The Outrage Women’s March merch at a pop-up shop in D.C. if you forgot to stock up ahead of time.
The Outrage gained popularity after creating an entire “Nasty Women Unite” collection, proceeds from which went to Planned Parenthood. The collection was all about uniting feminists around the “nasty woman” comment Donald Trump made to Hillary Clinton during the presidential debates. And now that thousands of women have signed up to march at the nation’s capitol, the company is back at it trying to raise funds again.
They’ve created a Women’s March on Washington collection, and though some items are still available online, the brand will also be on-site in D.C. to sell you plenty of feminist merch, according to their website. The website also states that the company is donating 100 percent of proceeds from the collection to offset travel expenses for participants with limited financial resources.
The Outrage's pop-up shop is located at 2439 18th Street NW in D.C.
Support the brand any way you choose. You can simply purchase some items or even volunteer to help out at the shop!
They're sure to have some incredibly awesome pieces with empowering slogans on-hand.
The Future Is Female Tote, $28, The Outrage
If you can't be there to show your support in-person, there are still plenty of items up for grabs online.
Women's March on Washington Official Logo Long Sleeve T-Shirt, $42, The Outrage
Commemorate the event by purchasing tees, posters and more.
Women's March on Washington Limited Edition Pin, $18, The Outrage
Every little bit counts, so it doesn't matter whether you purchase something for $42 or $18.
Your donations are powerful.
I can't express how excited I am to be in D.C. tomorrow being a part of history in the Women's March on Washington— Katie Gilroy (@katie_gilroy) January 20, 2017
The time to act is now, so be sure to head over to The Outrage pop-up if you're in the D.C. area. Otherwise, there's still a chance to shop online!