Changing clothes for a changing climate
With global warming throwing temperatures into constant flux, these layered looks prepare you for whatever weather comes your way.
Thu, Jun 04, 2009 at 11:02 AM
LAYERS: Wearing several layers will help when the weather is cool in the morning and gets warmer in the afternoon.
Organic Avenue’s Ahimsa Peace Silk Striped Jacket is made from the open cocoons of wild Indian moths.
Naturevsfuture’s versatile organic cotton Mock Tunic can be paired with leggings or jeans.
Grace & Cello’s Marilyn leggings are a stylish layering piece made from bamboo, organic cotton, and spandex.
Organic Avenue’s Ahimsa Peace Silk Muffler warms you up in a chill or can be worn as a sash on milder days.
Beyond Skin’s Harriet round-toe flats are made from organic cotton denim.
Same Underneath’s bamboo and organic cotton Fun Jacket boasts both warmth and breathability.
Okdreamer’s logo T-shirt gives a shout-out to the world’s vanishing bees and is made from 100 percent organic cotton jersey and low-VOC water-based ink.
HTnaturals’ long-sleeve Seymour Stitched Tee provides a soft layer of bamboo viscose and organic cotton.
Gilded Age’s Hudson Rider Boot Jeans are dyed with organic indigo and sun-dried by a chemical-free process.
I Path’s hip Catkin hemp shoes are constructed with vegan rubber soles.
Story by Nicole Zerillo. This article originally appeared in Plenty in February 2008.
Copyright Environ Press 2008.