The onset of cooler weather may make some lean toward darker clothing colors. However, inviting a bit of visual play in with some color can liven up a dull look.
Wardrobes will wake up with the addition of pieces that have bold cobalt shades and deep hues of navy blues. These ecofriendly clothing items offer consumer conscious choices in one of the season’s hottest colors.
Skunkfunk’s fall and winter fashion preview includes this blue belted dress. It looks soft, luxuriously comfortable and wearable, and works with the vivid color.
The company uses environmentally inclined fabrics for their line, like recycled polyester, Lyocell and certified organic cotton.
Blue Canoe creates supple, smooth staple pieces that are made from organically grown cotton and bamboo.
Award winning and noted for their sustainably produced fabrics, People Tree has a diverse selection of feminine dresses and a work wear line. A large portion of the material that is used for the garments is made from certified organic cotton, and all products are Fair Trade.
Braintree uses organic cotton, bamboo and hemp fibers for most of their products.
Hemp fibers are naturally anti-microbial and do not require the use of chemical fertilizers or treatments while being grown or during the clothing manufacturing process. Also, it doesn’t drain the soil where it is planted from nutrients and is cheaper to produce, in comparison to cotton.
Though designers and companies often pull the looks together, thrift shop treasures and sale racks await when ready to build on the inspiration, budget style.
Having an item with a color that stands out for all the right reasons is a good addition to the closet.
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