Eco-friendly clothing, anybody?

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  1. Yardsale

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    Can anyone give me good brands that are environmentally conscious both with their materials and working conditions? kthnx :x:
     
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    Some of the prices are insane. You would think it would be cheaper.
     
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    If you're interested in dry denim, be on the lookout for organic Nudies. I have organic Grim Tims that were the same price and quality of any other pair of nudies.
     
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    I know a lady that worked for them when they were first starting out, totally forgot about them :bowdown:
     
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    they aren't really environment friendly, but they are helping out some nignogs
     
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    hemptown has decent stuff. that's what our uniforms at aveda are. :)

    www.hemptown.com
     
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    Save is Eco friendly i think
     
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    i love the concept. i love stewartandbrown.com organic cotton but so expensive. they have good sales though.
     
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    good society denim. good quality but a limited line.
     
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    We're the consumers, we're the ones with the purchasing power that SHOULD be making the calls, and if we'd only demand to buy fair-trade/fair business practices and eco-friendly goods, they'll be forced to at least take that into consideration amirite :x:
     
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    nike?
     
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    http://s7d2.scene7.com/is/image/UrbanOutfitters/13198833_36_d?$detailmain$
     
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    buttoned up and that color is too greddy for me
     
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    lol who cares
     
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    :hsugh: obviously I do.
     
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    i just wear them like any other slip on shoes...normally without socks

    the insole they have on most their shoes is called a "pedbed" and is super comfortable....im not too big on the eco friendly issue but i think it's cool how most of their shoes are constructed....the outsole of those are made from recycled tires
     
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