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Our Green Fashionista Breaks Down Sarah Jessica Parker’s Look

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Any green fashionista could pull together Sarah Jessica Parker‘s crisp and stylish outfit with a little eco-friendly know-how. This modish tee/tube dress from Passenger Pigeon (available at thegreenloop.com) is made from pesticide-fee organic cotton, and the striped top is crafted from tencel, a biodegradable, wood-pulp-based cellulose material. Who knew “natural” togs could be so chic? Polish the look like Sarah Jessica did with a black vegan belt from veganstore.com and Grace & Cello’s organic linen fitted jacket (thegreenloop.com). The sophisticated jacket is fresh and pretty, and would take any outfit from casual to smart in a snap. Be the envy of your green friends with a Model T Tote from English Retreads, the makers of beautiful and durable designs made from rescued inner tubes. These flirty Alaft canvas and jute wedges from endless.com‘s vegan and vegetarian collection are on sale for $30.89. Moonrise Jewelry sells innovative designs created with community development and environmental stewardship in mind, and these lovely Wind River earrings are made with fairly traded sterling silver beads and ear wires. Check out this pair and dozens of other beautiful pieces on their website.

Sarah Jessica’s elegant and versatile look can follow you from the office into cocktail hour with a pinch of sophistication and the peace of mind that comes with going green.

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