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Because we all love us some Planet Earth: meet the 24 sustainable pieces your fall wardrobe needs. 

The study shape of these heels helps to ground the coquettish print.  Where with jeans, a midi skirt—just about anything.

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Handmade in Spain of vegan materials.  Learn more about Beyond Skin here.

This dress has more fun at a party than your old LBD. Bring it down to earth for work with a corduroy blazer.

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CrOp by David Peck is made with a combination of fair trade, organic, and natural fabrics.  10% of profits are donated to the Gulf Restoration Network.  Learn more about CrOp here.

This patterned maxi dress is hand-dyed and comes complete with capped sleeves and a flattering cinched waist. 

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Hand-dyed in the label’s Brooklyn studio.  Learn more about Shabd here.

Wear this printed full skirt just as you would a solid one.

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Made in the USA of 100% linen.  Learn more about Mociun here.

These bright rings are the right kind of crafty. 

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Made of found materials.  Learn more about Love Mert here.

A leather carry-all that's even cooler than the recycled jackets it's made of.

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Made of 100% recycled materials.  Learn more about Ashley Watson here.

The straps give this boot a tough edge, but the color keeps them soft.

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Made of 100% PVC-free materials.  Learn more about Novacas here.

Wear this jacket two ways: buttoned-up and to a cocktail party or as a cool topper for a worn-in tee.

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Made in the USA of 100% organic linen.  Learn more about Kristinit here.

Moody fall nail color at its best in a non-toxic formula.

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Formulated without Toluene, Formaldehyde, DBP and Parabens.  Learn more about butter London here.

Let these agressive studs peek out from behind messy bedhead hair.

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Handmade by artisans in Colombia.  100% of net profits are donated to Aid to Artisans.  Learn more about Gretchen Jones here.

Take all of your summer dresses into fall with this modernized version of the classic cable knit fisherman’s sweater. 

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Covet incorporates organic and sustainable fibers into its designs.  Learn more here.

The perfect flats for flea market jaunts. 

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Made of vegan leather.  Learn more about Bamboo here.

The saturated cobalt color and romantic cut make this blouse universally flattering.

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Made of peace silk.  Learn more about Amour Vert here.

Stash these chic arm warmers in your bag for chilly mornings and nights.

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Made of 100% Alpaca.  Learn more about Hessnatur here.

A red cross-body bag is the best way to keep color in your wardrobe when coat weather sets in.

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Made of faux suede material and lined with material from recycled bottles.  Learn more about Matt and Nat here.

Stock up on these to layer under your itchy sweaters.

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Made in the USA of 100% organic fine jersey cotton.  Learn more about American Apparel here.

Wear this night-out dress as a tunic over a turtleneck and wide-leg trousers for work.

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Made of organic cotton and recycled poly.  Learn more about Threads for Thought here.

The ideal pumps to wear to a gallery opening—the blue cone heel makes them just artsy enough.

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Made of vegan materials. Learn more about Olsen Haus here.

Contrasting quilted sleeves and an asymmetrical closure keep outerwear interesting.

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Edun is committed to developing trade with Africa.  Learn more here.

Possibly the most comfortable pants you could ever get away with in the office. 

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Made of 100% Organic Cotton Slub Twill.  Learn more about Curator here.

Keep the rest of your look sleek and tailored when wearing this relaxed sweater.

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Made in the USA of 100% recycled wool.  Learn more about Bodkin here.

Nothing is sexier than a simple slip dress.

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Made in the USA of 100% Cupro.  Learn more about Organic by John Patrick here.

The platform on this ankle boot means you can wear these all day.

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Made in the USA of ecologically sustainable and recycled materials.  Learn more about Cri de Coeur here.

Pick up a printed day clutch.  If you're still wary of going strapless, take this advice: keep a rolled up canvas tote inside at all times and you'll always have the means to carry your impulse buys.

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Lizzie Fortunato uses found, precious, and reclaimed materials.  Learn more here.