Sustainable fashion from Greenloop

Sustainable fashion from Greenloop

So you have switched your incandescent light bulbs to CFLs. Your food is organic, you buy locally produced products. And you have become a recycling master in your neighbourhood. Now what?

Now is the time to get a green, organic and sustainable wardrobe!

The Greenloop has everything you could ever need in fashion and accessories. They sell some really good looking reusable shopping bags, shirts, pants and shoes, and then some more.

The online store has clothes and accessories from designers like Emily Katz, Grace & Cello, Deborah Lindquist and many more.

Sustainable fashion from GreenloopYou don't need to have any kinds of second thoughts when shopping on the Greenloop. They truly have a "green" spirit. Greenloop is, for example, a member of the 1% for the planet organisation, where companies donate 1% of their profits to environmental organisations. They are also approved "for people and planet" by Co-op America.

Besides that there is one thing that's a bit more "green" about the Greenloop. They offer all their customers carbon neutral shipping. That means they purchase Green Tags (or RECs) for each order placed and thus "making each shopping experience even greener".

Another great thing with Greenloop is that they offer PayPal as a payment solution. I like that as it offers secure and convenient transactions and payments (you don’t have to give out your credit card info).

So check out the Greenloop and see if you find something you, or someone you know, would like to wear. Cause I already know where I am going to buy my next shirt.

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Simon Leufstedt
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Guest Victorias Secret

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Green Wardrobe seems like a good concept... Do we have something like green lingerie... Do any of the big names like either Victorias Secret, Enell, Fredricks of Hollywood have such a concept in place.....

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