Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Fashionable Eco-Friendly Organic Clothing is Available For You to Become an Eco-Chic!

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By Steve Evans

There are plenty of good, fashionable organic fashion products on the market these days. A few of these are very promising, and well worth an additional look. Some of these have distinguished themselves amongst their users, and are being spoken well of on the fashion world. Understandably, these designers are growing rapidly in user acceptance.

Among those that appear to be very good in the product category of eco-friendly organic clothing, are ranges of fashion products which are made from organically fertilised crops, which are not sprayed with weed-killer or pesticide chemicals during their growth.

The developers of these very sustainable, natural fibre products are able to provide the materials for great fashion clothing made by green friendly designers such as Tierra Del Forte and Stella McCartney.

What is so great for the eco-conscious is these products offer their users products made from organically fertilised crops, which are not sprayed with weed-killer or pesticide chemicals during growth. What this provides to its growing numbers of buyers is that they can at last follow-through on their ideal, from their organically grown (usually vegetarian eating choices, to their clothes - without looking dull and out-dated).

3 specific elements distinguish eco-friendly organic clothing as way in front of whoever's considered to be in 2nd place.

Those elements are for their advocates, important principles that go far beyond the fibers which are used to create the clothing itself, and also involve using safe and environmentally sound practices in at every stage of manufacturing from sowing the seed to fashion department shelf.

Secondly, they abhor the use of synthetic fibers like polyester and nylon; both of which are made from petrol based products. They wish not to associate themselves with the use of non-renewable sources that deliver havoc on the environment. Our landfills are stuffed daily with unbelievable tonnes of non-biodegradable items such as plastics polyester which will sit there and never rot away naturally.

Furthermore, these people do mostly also realize that clothes which are made from synthetic fibers aren't the only cause of environmental degradation. Cotton for example, if drenched in pesticides while being grown is risking the lives of cotton pickers and endangering the local eco-systems. Let's round off this article now and discuss every one of those features, in turn.

Firstly, it is entirely logical for the idealistically and environmentally conscious among us to both eat organically, and wear clothes which minimize damage on the environment. Another quest then follows if one wishes to avoid use of "fossil fuel devouring", "landfill choking", synthetic fibers, while also helping protect the health of the cotton pickers

And the biggest downside to organically fertilised crops, which are not sprayed with weed-killer or pesticide chemicals during growth, is most likely also the main disadvantage in the quest for Eco-Friendly living. That is, that it's still very hard in some areas to find Organic Clothing on-sale, but it is much harder when it comes to shoes and accessories.

There is no denying that clothing accessories are also a vital element in any Eco-chic's fashion wardrobe. But, most shoes are still made from plastics, resins and non-organic leather, and are almost never recycled.
However, an expanding core of more sustainably based companies are beginning to manufacture footwear from recycled materials. Some are using innovative raw material sources for these products, like discarded seat belts, and bicycle tires. Some names of companies following this path are Terra Plana, Vegan Essentials, and Jade Planet plus others.

In the final analysis, buying clothes and accessories made from organically fertilised crops, which are not sprayed with weed-killer or pesticide chemicals during growth, seems to be an important step toward sustainable living, and is far superior to using fossil fuel based alternatives, and for now it seems that the present growing popularity for natural cures is likely to continue and get larger.

If you have similar views about organic farming, it could be smart for you to have a closer look at it and maybe give it a try. That so many happy eco-chic individuals are following this trend, surely means that they have to be onto something good... But, do not take my word for this, look for yourself at the latest fashion ranges of eco-friendly organic clothing.

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