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Get the Green on Penelope Cruz’s Look from our Fashionista!

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This week’s eco fashionista look is inspired by the effortless chic of Penelope Cruz. The planet-friendly version includes this tan $89 organic corduroy blazer from Ecoganik, made with pesticide-free and low-impact dye fiber (available at BTCElements). The elegant and pretty Linda Loudermilk tank from Kaight is 100% lyocell, a lightweight, biodegradable fabric made from wood pulp. “Green” sunglasses are hard to come by, but iWood Ecodesign has crafted a beautiful line made from sustainable and exotic wood veneer. Check out this style and others at greenwithglamour.com. Montreal-based Matt & Nat prides itself on producing stylish and durable cruelty-free bags and accessories, and this vegan “Candle 79” saddle bag made from synthetic leather can be yours for a cool $100. The eco-conscious take on Penelope’s jeans are made by Edun, the socially responsible clothing line created by Bono and wife Ali Hewson, and are made using sustainable employment methods in developing countries. Pick up a pair of their Monarch bootcut jeans on sale for $75 at Revolve Clothing. And finally, add a splash of color with these very affordable canvas and cork wedges from Chinese Laundry, available for $36 from planetshoes.com.

Sprinkle on some attitude and Cruz with style in this versatile and age-friendly look, confident you’re carrying the best accessory of all – passion for the planet.

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