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)

 

Fast Company

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.