Start a Revolution: Get Your Hands on Our Cover Stars' Statement Tees

Start a revolution by being a fearless feminist!

COSMO’s #InfluencerIssue is on sale now, and YOU can get your hands on the powerful statement tees worn by our three cover stars – Kefilwe Mabote, Sbahle Mpisane and Aisha Baker. Plus, they benefit an amazing cause!

Pick your slogan

Whether you love ‘Start a Revolution’, ‘Feminist’ or ‘Fearless’, all three of the tees you can see on our covers are available online at T-Shirts For Change. Can’t pick between them? Why not snap up all three?!

Support this feminist cause

And you know one of the best things about these fierce AF tees? R100 from each shirt sold will go to Dress for Success. The charity focuses on empowering South African women by assisting them in landing – and nailing – that first job interview.

How? Dress for Success provides important employment tools to women in the form of professional clothing, career support and training. The clothing helps to boost women’s confidence and make a good impression, while training involves preparing them for interviews, helping them create and perfect their CVs, as well as applying for the job. They offer an incredible resource and source of support for women across SA who need a helping hand.

And it doesn’t stop there: Dress for Success goes further by assisting them and making sure they have the resources they need to keep the job, so that they can be self-sufficient, and look after themselves as well as the people that they love and support.

Plus, get 10% off! Use the keyword ‘COSMO’ to get a 10% discount on your purchase

This month’s issue is so full of inspiration, whether or not you are an aspiring influencer. You can also win R10 000 (yes, gurl) by voting for your fave cover. Find out how here.

Here’s what else is not to be missed in this month’s issue.

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