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Ecorazzi's 2007 Green Celeb Gift List

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Ecorazzi’s 2007 Green Celeb Gift List

Just in time for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other holiday shopping madness, Ecorazzi’s 2007 Green Celeb Gift List is here! Each item on our list is both a celeb favorite and planet-friendly.

Today, we’ll be featuring the Wear It Green section of our List, chock-full of eco-clothes, bags, fashion accessories, and more.

 


We want you to be involved in creating our Gift List, too!

* Add your own picks to our Reader Recommendations section. How to? Recommend the item on ThisNext.com and tag it ecorazzi – then it will automatically show up here!
* Link to our Gift List from your website or blog! We’ve created special images just for that purpose! Check ’em out!

Plus, if you see something you like in the gift guide, don’t forget that many of these vendors have offered a special discount for Ecorazzi readers! In the Wear It Green list, use the code ecorazzi at the following stores for a discount:

* 15% off the featured belt from BTC Elements
* 10% off at Be Carbon Neutral through 1/1/08
* 30% off your order at Gooc
* 10% off at The White Parrot through the ’07 holidays

Happy Shopping and Happy Holidays!

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