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Get Inspired with Sweatshop-Free, Sustainable Spring 2014 Eco Fashion

Looking for fresh inspiration for this season—and beyond—I put together some of my fave finds from some of my most beloved eco fashion designers. Enjoy!

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Courtesy of Starre Vartan

Courtesy of Starre Vartan

I know we are all SO ready for spring this year! And it’s officially April 🙂 (I can hear everyone out there breathing a sigh of relief; FINALLY!). Looking for fresh inspiration for this season—and beyond—I put together some of my fave finds from some of my most beloved eco fashion designers. Enjoy!

[In case you are wondering, the above is my own springiest outfit ever; those are my Lina Rennell Animal Dot-print silk pants that were made in Northern California; a Dolan silk blouse that’s made in Los Angeles; vintage belt and bag; and Cydwoq shoes.]

Photo © Feral Childe

Photo © Feral Childe

Feral Childe gets more awesome every season; their spring looks are Made in NYC (as are all their clothes) and I especially love this linen/tencel Day Coat, which such a cool spring/summer look that you could easily wear into fall, layered over a blouse and under a sweater-jacket.

Photo © Feral Childe

Photo © Feral Childe

I’m not the only one feeling a bit obsessed with Feral Childe’s new hemp/organic cotton Mars Rover print (shown here in the Kepler pant), and I love it even more paired with the Eclipse tee (organic cotton and silk, the print is taken from a real painting: Love that!).

Photo © Hui Hui

Photo © Hui Hui

This made-in-Germany silk blouse by Hui Hui is one of those pieces that I would reach for again and again. Unique, but understated, and quite beautiful.

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