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Ginnifer Goodwin Wears H&M Eco-Dress to White House

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Last month we reported that H&M expanded their eco-collection for this upcoming spring and summer. Called the H&M Exclusive Glamour Conscious Collection, stars like Michelle Williams, Amanda Seyfried, and Kristin Davis have already been showing off the new looks. And after this past weekend at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, H&M now has Ginnifer Goodwin to add to the list.

Known for her television show “Once Upon a Time,” Goodwin told PEOPLE, “I wanted something that was very earth-friendly. That was critical.”

The beautiful gown is made from silk and organic cotton and is a limited edition piece (only 1,000 were made). But what made us do a Goodwin double-take is that this ruffled number is only $299. And, in fact, the best news is that it’s the most expensive piece in the collection.

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  • IEatVegetables

    SIlk is not animal friendly 🙁

  • While questions still remain over the fairness throughout H&M’s supply chains, it’s great to see their conscious collection expanding into a higher market for more exposure!

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