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Go Green and Stay Chic

01/23/2008 at 09:00 AM ET

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With so many designers creating great organically-produced clothing in renewable materials, it’s never been easier — or more fashionable — to go green. Check out some of our apparel and accessory picks from our favorite eco-friendly design houses. And for more great eco-friendly clothing options and great tips for going green, check out the February issue of PEOPLE StyleWatch, on newsstands now.

BEAU SOLEIL
We love this reusable Beau Soleil Reduce, Recycle, Renew tote in raw-cotton canvas, $44.
Eco never looked so gorgeous as in this Beau Soliel wrap dress made of sustainable bamboo.

SWORN VIRGINS
These eco friendly leggings made of super-soft bamboo jersey, $50, are perfect for layering under your favorite tunic or dress. While this bubble dress, $160, lets you look stylish and feel comfy as you save the environment.

GOOD SOCIETY
Good Society’s Japanese-designed organic cotton jeans give you a leg up on style without adding more pesticides to the environment. We love their Straight Leg Jeans in Overcast, $100, and Bootcut version in Indigo, $90.

LOOMSTATE
Their eco-friendly line of t-shirt’s makes going green a lot more colorful, with options like this cherry-red Two The Moon fitted tee, $35, or this this Butterfly motif tee, $35, in buttery yellow.

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Just because something is made out organic cotton or a renewable source like bamboo doesn’t necessarily mean its eco friendly. Yeah its great the fashion has jumped on the green wagon, but people aren’t doing their part for the planet by buying a $160 bamboo wrap dress. Try recycling, reusing instead of buying new.

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