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Jessica Alba Is Loyale To The Environment With Bamboo Tunic

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Actress Jessica Alba was spotted picking up some food from Kokomos in Hollywood, California Wednesday after leaving Cedars Sinai Hospital. The actress recently gave birth earlier in the summer to a girl named Honor Marie Warren.

Showing her green cred, Alba is wearing a 100% bamboo york tunic by Jenny Hwa, the designer of Loyale clothing. The company is one of the few out there with the environment as their fashion platform for sustainable, chic designs using organic cotton, bamboo, and other green materials. They also donate 3% of their annual profits to Green Corps, a non-profit that trains the next generation of environmental leaders.

Want to pick up the top? It’s available from BTC Elements in a variety of sizes. For more information, check out the official Loyale site here.

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