Sadie Robertson Partners With Roma to Create New Line of Rain Boots

(Photo: Instagram/legitsadierob)

Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" is taking on fashion once again, announcing this week that she is partnering with Roma to release a new line of rain boots.

Roma Boots' mission is to "give poverty the boot" by bringing children from around the world hope, love and lasting change through aid and education. Robertson, 18, explained that for every pair of boots purchased, an additional pair will be donated to a child.

Robertson shared on her Instagram: "Can't wait for my new rain boot line with Roma to hit stores this fall! For each pair bought a child in poverty will get a pair. We are going to give poverty the boot. So honored to be a part of a great way to give back."

The teen role model also worked with fashion designer Sherri Hill in the past to create a line of prom dresses that were fashionable and modest. Her mother Korie shared her happiness for Sadie's partership with Roma on Instagram.

"@legitsadierob has partnered with @romaboots to design her own adorable line and more importantly #givepovertytheboot. For every pair purchased a child gets the cutest pair of Roma boots and the biggest smiles on their faces you have ever seen! I love this company and what they stand for!" Korie wrote.

Roma Boots was founded in 2010 by Romanian born Samuel Bistrian who "wanted to help children in his home country by combining his love of fashion and philanthropy," according to the company's website.

In the past, Sadie also ventured into making inspirational greeting cards and notebooks with Day Spring Cards. She will be appearing in a meet and greet event this July 10 to promote her new line of necklaces with the manufacturer Glory Haus.

Sadie and her brother John Luke, his wife Mary Kate, and the rest of their friends will also be hosting a "Live Original" event in Nashville, Tennessee, on Aug. 29. The event will "highlight those who are following Robertson's call to 'live original' in all areas of their lives, such as in their schools, communities and relationships."

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