Going green for St. Patty’s Day

By Kate | Women
Posted Mar 15, 2012

Eco-fashionistas can celebrate St. Patricks Day in more ways than one on this holiday, sporting any of these green eco and ethical finds.

This two-tone, Skunkfunk Egiarte t-shirt top with draped sleeves and wide neck is made from 100% lyocell. £45.00 from Fashion-Conscience.com, who ship everywhere.

You can also find these, Ethletic ‘kicks’ in low or high-top. Made from 100 per cent organic cotton canvas and FSC certified natural latex under fair trade guidelines, these trainers are also known as the ‘eco-converse’. £45.00, also from Fashion-Conscience.com.

These Naya Eternal Wedge Sandals are made of vegetable tanned leather, cushioning insole with padded comfort system with arch support to dance the night away. 1.25″ platform; 2.75″ heel. $145 USD from Dilliards, who only ship to the U.S.

Like to be more sedated in your approach to green? How about an accessory? Andean Collection artisans handcraft jewellery from natural materials that have been sustainably harvested from the rainforests and lowlands of South America. For this honeycomb necklace, tagua seeds are carved and polished to create these carved hexagonal shapes, in a gorgeous sea-green bib. $88.00 USD.

MATT & NAT have a whole line in this delicious apple green for spring. This vegan Goldfrapp is their hobo bag, 100% recycled nylon lining. $140 USD. International sites available.

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