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Want Drew's Green Look? Our Fashionista Breaks It Down!

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Why not go green next time you go glam? With celebs like Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz and Mandy Moore donating time and money to environmental causes, it’s time for fashionistas to start pitching a little passion for the planet. Making eco-friendly clothing choices no longer means sacrificing in the style department, and even mainstream retailers have launched socially responsible clothing lines.

We’ve broken down Drew Barrymore’s chic look into green but still stylish alternatives. The 100% organic color-grown cotton pants are from planet-friendly retailer Stewart+Brown . Pick up this pretty organic cotton babydoll top made in Los Angeles at greenwithglamour.com, and while you’re there check out iwood ecodesign’s beautifully crafted sunglasses and jewelry, including this amazing eco-sustainable zebrawood veneer cuff. Moo Shoes prides itself on providing stylish and functional cruelty-free shoes, and these ultra-cool platform slingbacks are on sale for $49.99. The army-green hobo is from Chinese Laundry’s line of vegan-friendly bags (chineselaundry.com).

Add a glimmer of conscience to your closet and start demanding sustainable and socially-responsible clothing from your favorite stores – and don’t forget to bring along a canvas, cotton or hemp tote to lug home your conscientious cache.

This dazzlin’ post comes from our latest contributor, Sally from Frugal-Fashionista. Check out her site for more celebrity fashion tips!

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