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Once Upon a Time We Had Two Options in Eco Fashion – Potato Sack or Bust the Bank. Times Have Changed.

Weekend Cardigan – Indigenous Designs  $90

  • Fair Trade Certified
  • 100% Organic Cotton
  • Low Impact Dyes

One day, hopefully in the not too distant future, we will no longer call it “eco fashion”. There will be one symbol on the tag showing that the materials are eco-friendly and the company is fair in its dealings. These items will be the norm.

Until then, we have to do a little digging.  Classics like the ones below make the challenge to choose the eco-option and to spread the word to others a lot easier.

Eco-friendly clothing options with classic style for a reasonable price! 

Good Society – Straight Leg Jeans $50

  • Organic Cotton and Natural Dye

Good Society - Straight Leg

Twist Dress – Blue Canoe  $68

  • 66% rayon from organically grown bamboo
  • 28% organic cotton
  • 6% spandex

Blue Canoe

Jewelery by Federica Salvatori Franchi

  • Made with vintage recycled materials

Federica Salvatori Franchi's earings are made with recycled vintage materials and assembled by hand.

Ecofriendly ballet flat – ExtraSeed $38

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Jewel Women’s Wrap Cardigan – Sandmaiden $98

  • Tencel and Wool lightweight knit

JEWEL womens wrap cardigan in tencel and wool lightweight knit with belt - made to order

Organic Cotton Knit Cap  $32


Basic T shirt that fits! – Top Stitch Design $19

  • 100% Certified Organic soft baby rib knit manufactured

Certified Organic Cotton T-Shirt    Great basic layering item   Perfect for all year round wear

reversible eco Obi belt by PixusPassionProject! $34

  • vintage japanese kimono fabric
  • organic cotton denim

Reversible eco Obi belt - mint  / organic denim - Sale

Nightfall small flap Satchel from Make Love Not Trash $97

  • 100% organic hemp
  • trimmed with recycled PET material

Nightfall Small Flap Satchel

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About Heather

My name is Heather Ferris. I am the founder and creator of Nurture Nature Project! I believe together we can re-imagine the future and re-create systems to support the sustainable regeneration of healthy life on our planet. Listening to your own heart and living from your inner truth is the first step to building a better world. Every person has something important to offer.

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