Eco-Friendly Fashion

Great finds for your inner green goddess.
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Eco-Friendly Fashion

Great finds for your inner green goddess.

-Erin Donnelly

Cameron Diaz

To celebrate Earth Month, this article is the third in a series of six eco-friendly pieces that will be running in BettyConfidential.

Ready to get your Earth Day on? Pay tribute to Mother Nature this April 22nd—and beyond—with an outfit that’s polished, pretty and planet-friendly.  Stars like Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek and Jennifer Aniston are huge fans of eco-friendly clothing. Need some inspiration? Look no further than this handy guide, which breaks down some must-have looks for spring in a variety of sustainable fabrics. Green is the new black, baby!

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Bamboo
Bamboo doesn’t require pesticides, irrigation or herbicides to grow.  When it’s harvested, only the stalks are cut from the plant, no re-planting needed!  Bamboo is actually softer than cotton, silk or cashmere. It’s naturally hypo-allergenic and durable.

Bamboo Dress

Cop some Clash of the Titans style in this Beau Julius goddess-worthy dress. Suitable for work or a date night, this eye-catching number boasts draping at the sleeves and a recycled leather belt. ($275, shopbeausoleil.com).

bamboo skirt

Rev up your spring wardrobe with Ecoskin’s tulip skirt. Add platforms and a printed blouse to complete the Blair Waldorf-esque look. Headbands are optional. Oh yeah and It’s made from a bamboo, tencel and spandex blend. ($128, thegreenloop.com)

bamboo t-shirt

Green gym buffs should slip on the Alo Bamboo Studio tee. The fabric is breathable and wicks away moisture from your body. A kangaroo-style front pocket and contrast topstitching add visual interest ($39, alosport.com)


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0 thoughts on “Eco-Friendly Fashion

  1. uptowngirl says:

    I’d love to if it were more affordable…

  2. mothermeryl says:

    The Bamboo Studio tee is fabulous! I think I’ll get one…

  3. FBNYC says:

    I really like that pink hemp dress, and at $49, it’s on the cheaper end. But, I’ve never worn hemp… is it itchy or uncomfortable? Or can you not tell?

  4. FFlotus says:

    is this gonna be like organic food? it’s cool now but in a few years we’ll find out it really isn’t better for us that “normal” clothes?

  5. bambooeater says:

    @uptowngirl I hear ya. Once you go organic cotton you can never go back though.
    Dress it up with a summer-y tote: revealshop.com/products/hipster-satchel

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