Fashionably Green Finds for Under $100

13Nov07

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WHERE TO FIND THEM:

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Cami Dress by perfectly imperfect
Made from super soft 100% certified organic bamboo, this summer number layers easily with a cardigan and textured tights to create a wear-it-now winter look. Spotted on sale for $70.20 at greenwithglamour.

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Linen Rue Colonial Jacket by Grace & Cello
I just purchased this jacket as a work-to-evening basic. The belt gives me the illusion of having a waist. Although I admit I will need to take it for alterations around the arms which sit tight on me. Made of 100% linen which is renewable material.
Spotted on sale for $72 at greenloop

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Contraire Wrap Dress by sameunderneath
As many women have discovered the kimono wrap flatters most figures making it the perfect black dress for any wardrobe. The bamboo/soy blend makes it silky to wear.
Spotted on sale for $79.89 at greenwithglamour

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Tulip Bolero Jacket by Undesigned | Carol Young
Sculptural silhouette, the jacket is made of 100% organic cotton, and locally manufactured in Los Angeles
Spotted on sale for $90 at kaightnyc

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Art Rock Necklace by Carola Siefert
A recovered river rock takes the spotlight in a floating necklace crafted from 22K gold and a single pearl.
Spotted for $89 at Zanisa

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One Response to “Fashionably Green Finds for Under $100”

  1. Well, nice buddy… Someone will love this article if I tell her about this. She’s really interested in this topic. Thanks again…


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