SlamXStyle: In Honor Of Earth Day, Here’s How To Dress In Good-For-The-Planet Clothing Without Looking Like A Dirty Hippie
H&M Conscious - Sustainable Style Athletic Top // Part of H&M’s earth-friendly sub-brand of basics, this long sleeve piece is simple, breathable and blessedly not done in some faded earth like everything that L.L. Bean makes.
Nudie Jean Co. Organic Black Striped Denim // It’s 100% organic cotton woven into 12.25 oz denim.
Timberland Earthkeepers Rugged 6-Inch WP Plain Toe Boot // With full-grain leather sourced from a tannery rated Silver by the Leather Working Group for energy management and recycled materials on the outsole, linings and laces, you can feel good about stomping around in these… else you’re using them to stomp flowers.
Nau Motil Pant // These are lightweight, quick-drying pieces made from a combo of organic cotton and recycled twill, which was a thing we didn’t know existed.
Patagonia Ops Hat // Shade your face with this canvas cap made from organic cotton and hemp.
Bonus: The Virginia Dirt Shirt // If you actually do want to look like a dirty hippy, this tee is legitimately made with Virginia clay. The only question that remains is if a shirt is actually made of dirty, can it get dirt-y (dirtier)?
If you buy a new wardrobe for every season, it’s hard to be an environmentally friendly streetwear enthusiast.
But since it’s Earth Day today, this week’s SlamXStyle, a weekly curated outfit perfect for a bunch of different, timely events, will help you dress in good-for-the-environment gear without looking like a dirty hippy. The collection is packed with organics, hemps and recycled materials to help you minimize your carbon footprint along.
Click through the gallery above, then click the links below to shop.
Nau Motil Pant
H&M Conscious – Sustainable Style Athletic Top
Nudie Jean Co. Organic Black Striped Denim
Timberland Earthkeepers Rugged 6-Inch WP Plain Toe Boot
Patagonia Ops Hat
Bonus: The Virginia Dirt Shirt
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