14 Green Ways to Punch Up Your Wardrobe With Print and Color

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Spring fashion is rarely subtle. Just as overcast skies and dreary forecasts make way for sunshine and lush greenery, so too emerge dramatic prints, sassy florals, and every hue imaginable. If you’re ready to shed your dour winter garb for bolder raiment, here are 14 eco-friendly outfits—from a museum-worthy modernist frock to a pair of handcrafted booties that don’t mince colors—that are as far from wallflower as you can get.

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6 Responses to “14 Green Ways to Punch Up Your Wardrobe With Print and Color”

  1. […] Ecouterre just published a fabulous post on adding print to your wardrobe with a handful of stand-out eco-fashion brands. These Southwest Booties by Osborn Design Studios are to die for, and the brand behind them is just as good! Osborn’s fair-trade oxfords, booties, slip-ons and “jazzies” are handmade by a team of 21 artisans in Guatemala City, and the founding couple is based in Brooklyn. Shoes range from $80 to $150. […]

  2. hollybeth says:

    Love your scarves! As I am addicted to scarves it is my way of adding more color this season!

  3. marvah says:

    i planning to do DIY project based on this post. Thrift stores are full of old fabrics with awesome print so i’m gonna try to make my very own Mociun Circle Dress :) thanks

  4. oksana2372 says:

    Beautiful flowers blooming, nice warm sun is shining and girls look so beautiful in the spring ;-).
    I will add many color accessories to my spring wardrobe,nice scarfs,shawls,bijouterie, bags, balet flat (i love them so much)and I have a color mood in my soul that is the main reason I feel really coloured and optimistically!

    Thank you for a great giveaway!

  5. carryitagain says:

    Our local thrift store has colorful scarves for just $1! Love sewing them together to make new clothing items, or just tossing one around my neck. Really pops against my basic brown, black and apple green wardrobe. These seem basic compared to the items shown in the photo gallery!

  6. Bizmom says:

    I am adding color to my wardrobe by custom printing on scarves the,colorful Spin Art designs my kids did using a salad spinner on the many rainy days we have had here in Seattle.These will be scarves to cherish forever, and feel the presence of my kids warmth with me when I wear one of these scarves.

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