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Rainbow Nation

1_FAVE-THINGS_COLLAGE2.jpgFrom sunshine-bright flowers to juicy jewel tones, we find ourselves enthralled with the captivating colors that constantly surround us. Happily, we can now wear them guilt-free thanks to the innovative thinking and creative genius of some of our favorite eco-awesome designers!

Beklina Store

1_STORE_BEKLINA2.jpgIf you’re going to San Francisco these days, you might want to wear a little more than flowers in your hair. (Those west coast girls are hip, we really dig those styles they wear!)

Spring Sisters

Jardins du Luxembourg, Paris

Xavière: head to toe flea market finds from the Puces de Vanves and Puces de Montreuil in Paris.

Victoire: leggings by  American Apparel, candy wrapper bag by Nahui Ollin, T-shirts are hand-me-downs from Xavière, shoes and sunglasses from the “Puces”.

Color Me Natural

1_PULSE_DYES.jpgStepping hesitantly into the world of eco fashion because of the color issue? Feeling like there aren’t enough hue options offered, or wondering if those brighter colors really are eco friendly? Greening the dyeing process of their garments is indeed one of the hardest nuts to crack for eco conscious brands. Many of them dive into natural dyes nowadays: a good reason to take a closer look at this process.

Natural dyes are dyes primarily obtained from sources found in nature. Did you know, for example, that a great source for natural dyes can be found right in your own backyard? It’s not surprising—roots, nuts and flowers are just a few common ways to get many colors like yellow, orange, blue, red, green, brown and grey.

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