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Want Claire’s Sophisticated Style? Our Green Fashionista Breaks it Down

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This week our green fashionista breaks down Claire Danes‘ lovely, sophisticated style with a few recommendations for eco-friendly alternatives. This Grace & Cello organic cotton twill cropped grey blazer is the perfect match for Claire’s, available at The Green Loop for $141. Slip an Eyre v-neck cami underneath, made by Edun using sustainable employment methods in developing countries from REVOLVE Clothing. Del Forte has culled their organic cotton denim line to compete with other high-end jeans, and this dark bootcut pair is no exception. Clad your assets in organic comfort with the Dahlia style from BTC Elements. Terra Plana’s Helena pumps are created with the shoemaker’s award-winning practices, using a variety of eco-friendly materials including chrome-free and vegetable-tanned leathers, recycled rubber soles and recycled foam footbeds. Polish Claire’s look with this pair of chain drop earrings from sodafine, made from vintage cream celluloid links joined by vintage brass rings for $40, and Matt & Nat‘s black vegan clutch.

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