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Get The Green on Kate Hudson’s Summer Style

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Match Kate Hudson‘s breezy summer style with a vision of green. Perfect for the heat of summer, this organic cotton yellow minidress by Bahar Shapar, seen in the pages of Vogue last May, is on sale at kaightnyc.com. You’ll love Ashley Watson’s one-of-a-kind bags made in Vancouver from recycled leather (ashleywatson.net). Her Brant hobo is a stylish and planet-friendly alternative to Kate’s designer hobo. Choose summer eyewear with a conscience from iWood Ecodesign, who craft hypoallergenic and beautifully shaped sunglasses from eco-sustainable wood veneer. Snap up a pair of Jackie Os while they’re on sale at thegreenloop.com. And finally, these pretty vegan wedge sandals from miashoes.com are made with a raffia upper and rubber sole, and fit into just about any budget at $59.

Show your friends that dressing “green” no longer means wearing a burlap sac with this flirty and carefree look. You’ll keep cool and look hot at a Saturday afternoon barbecue or mid-week lunch with the girls.

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