People Buy 'I Really Care' Jacket In Response To Melania Trump's 'I Really Don't Care' Outfit

All proceeds go to RAICES.

On Thursday, Melania Trump wore a khaki green Zara jacket to board a plane to visit the detained immigrant children in Texas. The jacket choice caused quite the uproar because it had the words " I really don't care, do u?" written on the back. 

In response to the misstep, clothing brand Wildfang quickly came out with an imitation jacket with the words: "I Really Care Don't U?" with 100 percent of the proceeds going towards Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES). The organization "provides free legal information, referrals, and direct representation for unaccompanied children in the custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)." 


The jacket, which retails for $98 dollars, has already sold out, with people praising Wildfang on social media. The brand now has tees and bomber jackets that benefit the cause, too. On Friday, Wildfang tweeted that customers have already raised $15,000 for RAICES. 

Teen Vogue points out that while the First Lady's spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, said Melania's jacket had "no hidden message," President Trump tweeted otherwise: 

We applaud Wildfang for using the jacket as a way to raise money for RAICES, and we hope that others with a platform will continue to use it for good. 


Subscribe to our newsletter and get the latest news and exclusive updates.