In a world obsessed with profit margins and mass production it falls to the hearty consumer to determine which products and raw materials flourish. With that in mind, we strenuously endorse the use and proliferation of all things organic, including fashions created with organic and sustainable fibers.
This super casual chunky kaftan tunic (above) is made of a combo of organic fibers – organic cotton and hemp. The tunic can be worn as a mini-dress or a hooded cape. Super versatile, hand-dyed, warm and cozy. $125 from Gaia Conceptions
Here’s an organic cotton “Octopus” sweatshirt for all you multi-tasking ladies out there who feel like they are always doing eight things at once. $55 from Revival Ink who specialize in the design and creation of “artistic eco apparel”.
The sleek Moto Jacket (above) from Eileen Fisher is made of a 90% organic cotton and 10% lycra mix. $198 @ nordstrom.com
Something for the burgeoning green fashionista – the Sasha Heart skirt in organic cotton sateen is a great little skirt for the young girl headed for an important birthday party, sleep-over or school function. The dress features a lovely heart design and an elastic waist. $40 from Jessica Braum and HepiPrints
And one more thing… pesticides, fertilizer run-off / pollution as well ans GMO’s and vast fields of mono-plantings are causing all manner of harm to us and the planet. Time to buy smart and organic.
related: more eco-fashion finds from The Alternative Consumer