Going au natural for the office is easier than you might think.

The outfit:

  • Nicole Bridger organic cotton belted "Honesty Shirt" ($178)
  • Del Forte "Laurel" organic cotton jeans ($190)
  • Mink vegan-friendly black sparkly "Bull" pumps ($355)
  • White chunky vintage necklace by VerdeRocks ($198)

 

Wear your true color to your job interview. You can always use your outfit to break the ice.

The outfit:

 

Make him fall for your love of animals and Mother Earth, without looking like a flower child on your date.

The outfit:

  • Nicole Bridger organic cotton "Hope Dress" ($248)
  • Mink vegan-friendly velveteen strappy "Pig" stiletto ($355)
  • Vintage "Love Dial Charm" necklace by VerdeRocks ($185)

 

Expect to see more people wearing trash both on the court and off. That's if Nike has its way.

The outfit:

  • Banana Republic organic cotton graphic tee ($29.50)
  • Organic cotton terry pants from Twice Shy ($41)
  • Nike Trash Talk, a basketball shoe made of leather scraps and recycled rubber soles ($100)

 

Build sand castles in earth-friendly fabrics at any age. Don't forget the organic blankie to catnap under the sun.

The outfit:

  • Fig Kids organic cotton summer dress ($42) and blanket ($35)
  • Hand painted couture dress made from a vintage kimono by Annatarian ($3,500)
  • Mink vegan-friendly "Gorilla" flip-flops in metallic silver ($125)

 

Say "I do" in something green. Well, the bride can still wear white of course.

The outfit:

  • Olivia Luca hemp silk charmeuse wedding gown with vintage pin ($981)
  • Vegan-friendly faux metallic suede Mink "Monkey" pumps ($355)
  • Lab-grown pink diamond wedding and engagement set made of recycled white gold from greenKarat ($2,602 including carbon offset tax and 0.49 carat diamond)

 

In Fashion, Green is the New Black

Going au natural for the office is easier than you might think.

The outfit:

  • Nicole Bridger organic cotton belted "Honesty Shirt" ($178)
  • Del Forte "Laurel" organic cotton jeans ($190)
  • Mink vegan-friendly black sparkly "Bull" pumps ($355)
  • White chunky vintage necklace by VerdeRocks ($198)

 

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  • Darren Shield

    I don't doubt that mining diamonds is harmful to the environment, but what are the ecological costs of growing a diamond? The energy expenditure to generate the neccessary amounts of heat and pressure must be significant... and I wonder what kind of waste chemicals and byproducts are left afterward.

    Not to say that it isn't a brilliant idea, just that even if it is a more green alternative to mining, the ecological costs shouldn't be ignored.