Celebrate Earth Day in Style: Our Favorite Natural Wardrobe Essentials

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Celebrate Earth Day in Style: Our Favorite Natural Wardrobe Essentials
Made from reclaimed, excess fabric from high end fashion designers, this is a lightweight eco-friendly scarf.  Not to mention, it's 10% off right now, in a special Earth Day sale!
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This super comfy sweatshirt is made of Alternative Apparel's sustainable eco-fleece, and is 15% off for Earth Day.
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This loose-fitting dress is made locally in New York City, and is composed of 100% organic cotton and a cotton-hemp blend chambray.
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Not only is this collection full of insanely gorgeous pieces, but they say "every garment is sewn in a small factory in New York from sustainably sourced fabrics including Japanese organic cotton, French vegetable-tanned leather, and dead stock wool from New York’s garment industry."
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This charming top is made of silk cotton in New York City, and the company designs and creates all pieces with sustainability in mind.
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Each piece in this collection is handwoven in Peru, and this particular jacket is made of 100% cotton and 100% wool woven by Quechua weavers.
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This pretty polka-dotted blouse is made in New York City, and of 100% Handwoven Silk Georgette.  Best part? For every garment purchased, Carrie Parry buys and plants a tree through the non-profit Trees for the Future.
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This adorable tie-front cardigan is made of 100% organic cotton.
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Loomstate is very eco-conscious. Aside from using organic cotton and working on a "Zero Waste Project" with fashion students, they've made a new line primarily using Tencel, a sustainable fiber.
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In honor of Earth Day, our StyleList editors have explored the natural, the organic, and the plant-based to bring you our very favorite Earth-friendly products.

If you're environmentally conscious, you don't have to restrict the ways in which you help Planet Earth to recycling and conserving energy. As the movement continues to grow, there are tons of eco-friendly companies out there, and they're making sustainability so easy, and so stylish.

From using 100% organic cotton or handwoven silk, to planting a tree each time you buy an item, these designers not only create incredible garments but help the environment in the process. Now that's fashion worth getting behind! Click through our selects to see some of our favorite natural pieces you need in your wardrobe NOW.
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