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Chances are your Christmas tree is already up so try saving a different tree with moreTrees street wear clothing. Shop graphic tees, hoodies, skirts, pants, and jackets for women, men, and babies. All the tees have an eco message like polar bears, trees, watering cans, flying birds, and more. We’re eyeing the Plum Tree tee and the Sweetest Sweats yoga pants. Their line is made with blends of organic cotton, hemp, and recycled PET (recycled soda bottles) and everything is made right here in the USA.  They have also given away over 500 baby trees, produce videos about guerilla urban gardening, and plant trees with Nobel Peace Prize Winner Wangari Maathaï’s Greenbelt Movement to help make the whole process sustainable.

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Photo by moreTrees

Conventional cotton is the #1 user of pesticides in the world and pollutes the water, the soil, cotton workers, and our bodies.
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Oct
18

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Style + eco-friendly = some happy Greenista Girls. Which is why we are in love, love, love with El Naturalista shoes and clothing. Their chic yet unique designs give organic clothing and accessories a whole new spin. El Naturalista pledges to respect and preserve the environment by using natural materials and dyes, and using recyclable and biodegradable substances. Not only do their clothes look fantastic, but you can feel good about wearing them. And no worries … these clothes aren’t made in some illegal sweatshop, El Naturalista guarantees a safe and healthy workplace for their employees. Their online store is jam-packed with tons of seasonal duds, although the prices are in Euros they happily ship to the United States. We love the Ambar boot from for those coming winter months. Just look at those amazing colors!

Written by Greenista Girl Neha

Photos by El Naturalista

El Naturalista also sponsors The Atauchi Project, a non-profit humanitarian endeavor to care for and educate some of the world’s most needy children.
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Sep
27

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Want to show your love for your favorite charity? Wear it on your sleeve … and your chest and your back with the trendy Help Haiti T-Shirt ($36). This slim-fitting black shirt is 50 percent organic cotton and 50 percent RPET (reprocessed or recycled PET), and has a funky pastel oval design. Forty percent of the sale proceeds will be donated to nonprofits working to rebuild Haiti. The tragic Haiti earthquake left more than 230,000 people dead and more than 1 million homeless from the devastation. Haiti’s Prime Minister estimated that more than 250,000 residences and 30,000 commercial buildings have been severely destroyed. Do your part to help buying wearing your support.

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Although RPET is great in theory, some companies are taking advantage of the idea and making bottles specifically to turn them into RPET … without even being used first. What a waste. Make sure it’s certified RPET before you buy.
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31

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Vintage clothing is typically defined as either used or new clothing originating from a previous era (typically more than 25 years ago). This type of clothing can be found anywhere from thrift stores to high-end consignment stores to eBay. The popularity of vintage clothing has grown tremendously as style-savvy fashionistas search for unique pieces that represent their style and stand out.

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Spin Cycle: Spun Clothing

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