Being fashionably green takes many forms. For instance, you can buy something fabulously new, ethically made of sustainable fabric, via a zero-waste process – or you can go vintage and ramp up you style by wearing and reusing things that had a previous life like this lovely Jill Sander herringbone coat (above) that you can find at Archive Vintage for $325.
(above) Something new – love the vibrant indigo blue color and Small Mountain pattern of this Lina Rennell crew tee. Made with 100% organic cotton. Styled with a 3/4-length sleeve. $110 @ belkina.com
(above) Old is new – if you want a little original style and exotica in your vintage vibe you may enjoy the creations of Mandate of Heaven who create their funky clothing from vintage fabrics and materials.
(above) Something new – from Prairie Underground’s spring 2015 line comes the Tarpaulin Jacket featuring: a jaunty angled zipper, double-layered funnel neck, and edgy slash pockets. Made with Spandex, hemp and organic cotton. Starts shipping in March @ notjustpretty.com
related: more green fashion finds from The Alternative Consumer