Think you can’t get a pair of good organic men’s jeans for under $100? Thanks to the recession, you can put together entire organic outfits now for well under $100. Here are a couple eco-fashionable outfits for men — all of which have been tried and tested and highly recommended by eco-conscious men. Read on to find the eco-nomical outfit you can wear to the next Green Drinks:
Outfit 1: Sub Urban Riot + Reef = $81.41
Two eco-entrepreneurs helped put this eco outfit together. Tomas Carrillo, author of The Closet Entrepreneur, recommends the Solar Panel T-shirt by Sub Urban Riot. “They’re a bit on the expensive side,” Tomas says, “but I really love sub_urban riot’s designs and their stand on the environment — 100% organic cotton and 1% for the planet.” Each shirt usually costs $39 at Sub Urban Riot, but you can get one for $29.25! Just use the promo code “10925″ (without the quotes) to get 25% off.
Ecopreneur Shea Gunther, who blogs at MNN.com, is a fan of Reef Heritage Organic Denim, regular fit jeans with a classic five-pocket design. These are available at Dogfunk.com for just $52.16 a pair, in either black or three-year fade.
Outfit 2: Green Label + Loomstate = $75.99
Tomas says he likes The Green Label Organic “Bio Diesel” T-shirt because “it’s a cool play on the traditional “car guy” tee.” These shirts are made in the U.S. out of organic cotton, and are available for $29 at Green Label Organics.
And Low Impact Living’s Jason Pelletier calls Loomstate jeans his favorites. This well-recognized organic clothing company’s clothes can be found at upscale retailers like Barney’s and Nordstrom — usually with big price tags. Luckily for frugal eco-men, Loomstate indigo rigid wash ‘Genus’ tapered jeans are on sale at Bluefly for a mere $46.99 — 70 percent off the original $156 sticker price.
The opinions expressed by MNN Bloggers and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of MNN.com. While we have reviewed their content to make sure it complies with our Terms and Conditions, MNN is not responsible for the accuracy of any of their information.