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H&M Unveils Conscious Exclusive Green Partywear Collection

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Affordable clothing and accessory brand H&M is truly letting its eco-friendliness shine by unveiling its new green partywear line, the Conscious Exclusive collection.

Each design is crafted from 100 percent eco-materials including organic cotton, recycled polyester, recycled polyamide and Tencel, or better known as material made from wood pulp cellulose providing a silky texture.

The fun line includes beautiful white, black, red, pink and gray dresses. Also available for women is a trendy jumpsuit and other tailored looks. For example, if you want to look similar to Sophia Bush at Global Green USA’s 2013 Oscar bash, then you can do just that with the below cream blazer and trousers.

H&M unveils Conscious Exclusive green partywear line
Men, don’t feel left out, because you can also dress up for your event in either a white or black suit. The line doesn’t stop there, but even provides bow ties, shoes, purses and many other party accessories!

H&M unveils Conscious Exclusive green partywear line
I have a funny feeling more actresses are going to take after Helen Hunt’s green H&M dress she wore at this year’s Academy Awards.

The line isn’t available online and in select stores until April 4th, but wet your whistle by browsing through the entire partywear line here. Raise your hand if you want to try on a piece from the collection right now?!

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