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Eco Fashions From Loyale

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Fashion-forward, sustainable and oh-so-pretty, Loyale clothing aims to make the simple act of getting dressed in the morning world changing. Designer Jenny Hwa founded loyale to provide eco-chic apparel for women who are equally conscious about fashion as they are about the environment.

The line is crafted exclusively using sustainable fabrics and wouldn't you know the A-listers are lining up for it...fans include Blake Lively, Rachel McAdams, Jessica Alba, Emily Deschanel and Alice Waters.

For spring I'm picking this pretty Lowell dress ($194). I'd wear this day and night. And don't miss checking out the Spencer blouse--you'll love the updated collar ($128). Both in organic cotton.

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Each year non-organic cotton production utilizes 25% of the world'??s insecticides and more than 10% of the pesticides. According to Loyale, it takes 1/3 lb. of pesticides and fertilizers to grow enough cotton for just one t-shirt. By picking organic cotton you are opting for methods that have a low impact on the environment.

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