We’ve been scoping all sorts of sustainable fashion and design for the past several years, and it’s great to see the availability of responsibly-made apparel and accessories branch out from the realm of indie artists and mom & pop shops, to much more mainstream retailers. Here’s to easier access of quality goods to an ever growing number of conscious consumers … today’s take on how to get your green on from head to toe.

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(above) With oodles of press and now tv ads, sustainably-minded H&M kicks off their much anticipated Conscious Collection – (96) casually cool looks in organic cotton & recycled polyester for ladies, men and kids making the spring-summer scene — at oh so affordable prices.

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NYC-based eco boutique, Kaight, has a new lineup of designer fare; we’re crushing on these Bodkin pieces, (above) … they’ll endure many more warm seasons to come.
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(above) In general, I’m not one to lust after or gush over stuff, but when it comes to cri de coeur vegan shoes, I do make an exception. Spring is a home run as designer Gina hits it out of the park once again. Grab a vegan bag, too and get in the game:)

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(above) Glam it up – multi-colored beaded bracelet handcrafted by Guatemalan artisan women, paid fair wages – from Shana Yansen’s chic online shop, Jute and Jackfruit. $34.99

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(above) Profess your support for recycling and look cool doing it – this handmade necklace features the guitar graphic from a recycled AleSmith Anvil ESB bottle.

$30 @ bottlehoodjewelry’s Etsy shop