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Stella McCartney's Organic Lingerie Is Dreamy

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You may have the eco-friendly shirt, recycled jeans, and bamboo socks — but what about your undergarments?

Proving that green isn’t just something to wear on the outside, Stella McCartney is releasing a new lingerie collection that features one of 13 sets made entirely of organic cotton. From the article,

“The Daisy Dreaming set, as the organic lingerie is called, has a hand-stitched effect, silk trim and includes both triangle and under-wire bras. Bottoms are available in bikini, boy-leg or thong, so there are plenty of combination options. The other sets are made from materials like chiffons and silks.”

We’re rather surprised that Stella chose not to go completely organic with the other designs as well — but we figure it’s only a matter of time; especially for a fashionista that has redefined sustainable and ethical luxury clothing.

Stella McCartney’s lingerie section is available at Harvey Nichols, Liberty and Selfridges at around £75 for a soft-cup bra and £40-£60 for briefs. Visit her official website for buying options Stateside.

Smartplanet via Green Daily

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