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Emily Deschanel Picks Out Her Eco-Faves On Green With Glamour

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emily deschanelThe gals over at Green With Glamour have found a fan of the store in Emily Deschanel and have partnered up to give the actress an “Eco Faves” section on the site.

Deschanel is a committed environmentalist and passionate about animal welfare and womens’ rights. She’s also a hardcore vegan and regularly throws her support behind organizations such as Farm Sanctuary, The Humane Society, and Natural Resources Defense Council. Here’s what she had to say about GWG,

“My number one place to buy gifts is Green with Glamour, but I never can resist getting several things for myself as well. It’s wonderful to know that you can be eco-friendly, ethically sound, and not have to scrimp on style. They do all of the whittling away, so you are only browsing the creme de la creme. It makes shopping so easy! From eco fashion to beautiful furniture, GWG has everything I could possibly want (or need).”

To that end, Deschanel has selected five products she loves. From wallpaper to lamps to a skeleton pillow. That’s right. A skeleton pillow. Remember, this is the same chick starring on Fox’s hit drama called Bones. Feeling it?

Anyways, cruise on over to GWG to see what Emily has picked out. For the record Emily, I totally would have gone with the Octopus pillow.

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