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Saturday, November 7, 2009

Adding a Little Color to Your 'Green' Winter Wardrobe

Brrrr... I'm just about as close as you can get to the Mississippi Gulf without wading - and mornings are getting chillier and chillier. In other places, winter weather has already kicked in and is settled to stay a while. With the great eco-friendly products below, we can keep ourselves toasty warm and add a bit of beautiful color to our winter wardrobes! Organic Cotton Cable Gloves These adorable and colorful gloves are available to you from, and are created from Peruvian-grown organic cotton. There's a bit of shimmer woven throughout these gloves, and they're guaranteed to keep your hands warm and comfortable. These gloves meet the Fair Trade Federation guidelines and would be a perfect holiday gift for someone special! These cable gloves are a wonderful addition to a winter wardrobe. Block Party Scarf Available from, these scarves are created by artists in India and sold under the Community Friendly Movement. The mission is to 'create prosperity for artisan communities,' and with the earth in mind, soy-based dyes have recently replaced synthetic ones. These scarves are absolutely gorgeous - with bright, vivid colors that will really bring your wardrobe to life. Socksmith Socks If your toes are feeling a bit cool, has you covered. Made from bamboo fibers that are sustainable and eco-friendly, these socks are ultra soft and comfortable. Available in every color of the rainbow, these socks are perfect for putting under your favorite eco-friendly shoes...or just to keep your feet warm as you lounge on the sofa with a great book! With these and other great eco-friendly winter products, you can make sure the season keeps you warm and toasty without compromising your environmental beliefs. Also, don't forget to shop vintage this season - as that's eco-friendly too! Photos Courtesy of, and

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