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Our Green Fashionista Breaks Down Brad Pitt’s Look

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We may not all be as genetically blessed as Brad Pitt, but this week our green fashionista proves we can match his style – with a planet-friendly twist. You’ll love the feel of organic cotton next to your skin with an undershirt from Green Logic ($18). Unbutton this hemp short-sleeved shirt from Scott’s Casual’s for $58.50. Organically grown and sustainable, hemp is stronger than cotton and ultra-violet protective. Loomstate’s organic cotton “Credence” jeans are on sale at BLUEFLY for $71.99, and are the perfect match for Brad’s designer denim. Tread lightly on the earth – literally – with a pair of washed organic cotton/linen sneakers from Simple. Their bamboo linings, jute laces and 100% post-consumer paper/pulp foot forms are sure to help you reduce your ecological footprint. Finally, cap off the look with this cool bamboo hat from Kangol ($42).

Now, if only we could find a pair of chiseled cheekbones…

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