What better way to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day this week than with some fun new clothes, shoes and accessories that are environmentally conscious? Since we know you're not trying to look like a hippie from yesteryear, we found some of the best eco-friendly fashions out there that scream "trendy," not "tree-hugger".
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Neuaura Shoes prove that animal- and environment-friendly footwear can be right on trend. The Luna Camel sandals ($89, neuaurashoes.com) are a summer staple with an Aztec-inspired twist.
Rachel Rachel Roy's oatmeal colored go-with-everything cardigan sweater is made from ecotec cotton blend yarn using recycled materials. Even the buttons are recycled, making each sweater truly unique. ($89, rachelroy.com)
Kenneth Cole Reaction's eco tote tells the world about you're environmentally savvy and stylish. ($28, kennethcole.com)
If you buy these super cute undies made from organic cotton this week, 20 trees will be planted in Africa. Win-win! ($20, wearpact.com)
The Chi-Chi necklace from Grain Design is handmade by artisans in Guatemala in a variety of colors, lengths and thicknesses. Pile them on and rotate with dresses, tanks and tees all season. The company is committed to socially and environmentally responsible design, and during the month of April they're offering free shipping! ($145, graindesign.com)
Nahui Ollin's line of candy wrapper accessories, which ranges from purses to headbands to bracelets, are made in Mexico and utilize an ancient Mayan technique of binding materials. The Tootsie Moonlite Clutch is a stylish place to stash your necessities while going green. ($54, nahuiollin.com)
The green movement gets a Latino spin with the "Vaya Verde" t-shirt from KC Los Angeles. Through the month of April, 15% of the profits from the "Vaya Verde" shirts will be donated to Global Green USA, so be sure to pick one up! ($30, kclosangeles.com)
TOMS, the shoe brand famous for giving back, creates sustainable kicks now. Their Purple Sumatra Vegan Classics are made from hemp, recycled plastic bottles and recycled EVA scraps. ($54, toms.com)