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Get The Green On Jessica Alba’s look

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Jessica Alba looks hip and comfortable in this casual but put-together look – and green fashionistas can pull it off with just as much style. These adorable 100% organic cotton jean shorts are made by Loomstate, whose motto proclaims organic and sustainable fashion is the way of the future (greenloop, $149). We couldn’t agree more. Under the Canopy‘s cozy brown organic cotton sweater is a sweet green bargain at just $45. Match Jessica’s punch of color with this bright blue scarf from Bohemia Style, hand-knitted from natural Alpaca fibers on a traditional colonial loom. These demure aqua ballet flats by Beyond Skin are handmade to order using ethically sound and less energy-intensive working practices, and are on sale for $175 at KAIGHT. Fashionable starlets are keeping the big bag craze alive (a giant tote makes anyone look tiny!), and greenies can pick up a vegan version from NYC’s Moo Shoes, who create truly stylish cruelty-free shoes and bags and support no-kill animal shelters. Jessica’s every-girl look is perfect for an afternoon at the park or a stroll through local shops for more planet-friendly fashion.

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