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Giveaway: ecoSkin Pearl Top In Magenta Purple

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For today’s handout, we’re happy to present this beautiful ecoSkin Pearl Top in magenta purple. Made from 67% bamboo, 28% tencel, and 5% spandex, this gorgeous tunic embodies the brand’s focus of sustainability and high design aesthetic.

The designer of ecoSkin, Los Angeles-based Sandy Skinner, created the line to give women more choice in ethical fashion. “I wanted to give women a hip, sophisticated collection, as well as a sustainable product that would not leave a footprint on the environment,” she said. “My vision is to continually raise women’s awareness of their options.

ecoSkin imports its bamboo from China and then spins the fiber into yarn in Los Angeles so that the designer and her team can have complete control over manufacturing standards and fair trade practices. We also dig that the collection includes tencel — which is a cellulosic-fabric created by a company called Lenzing. Basically, it is 100% bio-degradable, creates optimum moisture and heat management, and does not require bleach to create a soft white color.

Want it? Leave a comment below telling us why! One person will be chosen at random to receieve the top. Complete rules and giveaway details are available here.

Don’t forget! We’re still accepting entries for the organic chocolate and cameo lamp giveaways too!

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