Eco Friendly Fashion – TMI Weekly

Kick off the new year by reducing your carbon footprint, starting in your closet! Mary Rambin gives us some great eco-friendly products and finds that will keep you looking stylish while helping Mother Earth at the same time. Links in this episode: Feed Projects – My Bag Cares – Jane Marvel – H&M – Payless – Nau – Deborah Lindquist – EcoGanik – Cargo – cargocosmetics. …

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  1. #1 by LuckyViolinist at January 14th, 2009

    The easiest way to go green cheaply with your clothing is to buy used! That way you don’t even have to use up any more raw materials, organic or not. I know it has somewhat of a fashion stigma around it, but I *love* shopping at Goodwill, and have gotten a fair number of compliments on Goodwill finds. For the true fashionista, trendy thrift stores are everywhere.

  2. #2 by dr1sean2 at January 14th, 2009

    Do the green movement a favor and stay out of it – you all serve as great examples of what not to do.

  3. #3 by OrphanPaper at January 14th, 2009

    why do i feel an ectoplasmic grasping at me , seemly coming from N.Y, desperation ,

    “we are not those kind of men”

  4. #4 by edersiomoran at January 14th, 2009

    Green CLothing!!?? ooooh lord! this has gone too far!

  5. #5 by AshleyAnnHilderbrand at January 14th, 2009

    there’s really no need to go super expensive on supposedly “green” clothing when cotton is all the green you need to go!

    Cotton is cheap to produce and also by having cotton fields it helps create clean air around that area by filtering out the bad. It helps the environment, it’s cheap, and it’s comfortable!

    yay cotton!

  6. #6 by OrphanPaper at January 14th, 2009

    lol, your all so full of shit, 🙂

  7. #7 by lizzay127 at January 14th, 2009

    whoever told you faux leather costs more than real leather to produce was lying to get you to buy their ugly product.

  8. #8 by CrankDATdance56 at January 15th, 2009

    Extremly fucking retarded

  9. #9 by Kkaskerrigan at January 15th, 2009

    green is the new black

  10. #10 by sk8ingchamp at January 18th, 2009

    I just stick the leftover publix bags in the recycling bin! lol! the recycling people take it just fine…..

  11. #11 by greataccountname at January 19th, 2009

    watch my videos

  12. #12 by lmk57 at January 24th, 2009

    that girl on the far left is hot.
    i want to stick my face up her skirt.

  13. #13 by MsticalPrincess at February 2nd, 2009

    I agree. Green products shouldn’t be very expensive. Beats the whole purpose. I can’t stand some companies taking advantage of the trend and milking because they try and make us feel guilty.

  14. #14 by ItsGoodToBeGreen at May 14th, 2009

    The best way to go green for clothing is to buy vintage clothing since it didn’t take any new reasources to make it. Also if you buy vintage you can get some amazingly cute clothes that no one else will have.

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