By Debi Martin
Eco-fashion has come a long way since the celebration of the first Earth Day in 1970. It’s no longer just yoga pants and T-shirts spun from organic cotton. You can even get the “green” equivalent of that wardrobe essential: The little black dress. The Habitude organic hemp/silk double V tie-back dress ($209, pictured), with its empire waist and soft gathers at the bust, is an updated classic that even Jackie O might pair with pearls and black heels.
Feel lucky in this bamboo jersey black dress ($140) Your girlfriends may be green with envy when you walk into the party wearing the Surplus dress with a figure-flattering plunge neckline, under-bust panel and trendy puffy sleeves ($110).
Another party-worthy frock is the Edie dress, a retro-mod mini ($68). Like many eco-fashion boutiques, Passenger Pigeon, named after an extinct bird that once populated
Browse for bamboo and hemp blouses at Exclusively Green. No wardrobe is complete without jeans. Earth-friendly denim jean makers create their wares without bleaching, pre-distressing, chemical sprays or resin treatments. Del Forte encourages recycling of its own product with its Project Rejeaneration: Turn in a used pair of Del Norte jeans and get a 10 percent discount on your next purchase or donate the amount to the Sustainable Cotton Project. Get the
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