Some of Hollywood's fashionistas offer green tips for your wardrobe. (Gerri Miller)

[[transcript]]

Alison Brie: Hi, I'm Alison Brie.

Annie Wersching: I'm Annie Wersching.

Sofia Milos: Hi, I'm Sofia Milos.

Markie Post: Hi, I'm Markie Post.

Jane Kaczmarek: I'm Jane Kaczmarek and you're watching The Mother Nature Network.

Alison Brie: Hi, I'm Alison Brie and my green tip is to shop green! Shop vintage! Reuse old sweaters. Shop Deborah Lindquist. Use/reuse old fabrics. Look in friends' closets. Go to those vintage stores. Reuse.

Annie Wersching: Hi, this is Annie Wersching from "24" and my green tip of the day is to, whenever you can, wear vintage. Wear clothes from the 1960s. Yeah?

Sofia Milos: Hi, I'm Sofia Milos and my green tip is that I'm sure that you'll find something in your closet to bring down the temperature in your body or to bring it up — don't go for the AC or the heaters. Save it.

Markie Post: Hi, I'm Markie Post and my green tip for you is make your own clothes. I made everything I'm wearing — except for this jacket, which was made by Armani, I have to admit — but it saves in pollution, in factories, in uh, in waste. Because you can repurpose your old clothes, make them into new clothes or you can start over like I did and go to Mood, go downtown to the fabric district and buy it for a dollar a pound. And create something that you love and that fits you. That's my tip!

Jane Kaczmarek: I'm Jane Kaczmarek and my green tip is for people to go to clothesoffourback.org and buy wonderful celebrity clothing and celebrity memorabilia that's being recycled, of course, because you'll purchase it and the money will go to children's charities.

[[/transcript]]