Fresh Finds: Fashion Statement

Eco-warriors, dress the part!

| September/October 2008

  • Left to right: bamboo fiber cowlneck top ($95); men's five-pocket, organic cotten pants ($162)
  • Carrie tank ($30)
  • Women's ReVine shirt ($42)
  • Women's organic cotton tee ($45)
  • Long-sleeve V-neck shirt ($46)
  • V-neck minidress ($188)
  • Women's slipper slide ($86)
  • Organic cotton "Hazel" jeans ($210)
  • Ladd vest ($38)

This versatile bamboo fiber cowlneck top from Sameunderneath is available in coffee (shown), ecru, teal and black. Men’s five-pocket, organic cotton pants, available in coffee or black, are a staple. Bamboo cowl neck: $95. Organic cotton pants: $162. (503) 223-3592;

Gypsy and Loïc’s Polartec fleece jackets, vests, beanies, pants, mittens and scarves are made from 85 percent post-industrial recycled PET plastic. Women’s zipper slide: $86. Available at select Whole Foods Markets in California, Oregon, Washington, New England, Santa Fe and Denver.

Artisans from around the world are paid a fair wage to hand-knit Indigenous Designs’ free-range alpaca wool mittens and beanies. Women’s accessories from $26. Celestial mittens: $40. Beanie La Femme: $27. (707) 571-7811;

Del Forte Denim’s “Hazel” organic cotton pleated-front trousers use nickel-free hardware. Organic cotton “Hazel” jeans: $210. (866) 350-7829;

Habitude’s sassy V-neck minidress combines hemp and silk for an eco-chic outfit. V-neck tie mini-dress: $188. (214) 295-4185; 

Constructed of organic cotton lining and twill, the Ladd vest from Truly Organic Apparel completes a layered look. Ladd vest: $38. (206) 930-6713;

6/12/2014 2:05:43 AM

This really cool.

5/13/2014 12:21:45 PM

My best friend made me a nice present at my last birthday party: a brown Toggery collection jacket which I totally love, since then I buy only products from them. After long searches I realized they fit very well with products, all my friends like the clothing designs I use and some of them started buying products from shops I prefer.

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