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Natural Fiber Clothing
(206) 352-5914
610 West Crockett
Seattle, WA

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6530 127th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA

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Certified jean co.
(206) 286-9685
8821 Renton Ave. S
Seattle, WA

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(800) 524-4949
12554 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA

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(206) 909-6355
3008 233rd Ave. SE
Sammamish, WA

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Green Apple/Sheepskin & Alpaca Specialties
(253) 862-5929
3000 184th St SW space 946
Lynnwood, WA

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Full Court Design
(206) 250-3011
4701 sw Admiral Way #352
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Expert Tips On Going Green With Style

by Special to Casa Latina on October 29, 2010

in Go Green

Being green and fashionable are not two things that always go hand in hand. But for the designers of the eco-friendly fashion brands, Neuaura Shoes , Restore Clothing and AUM Couture , it is just a part of their daily lives.

These cutting edge fashionistas offer Casa Latina readers a few simple steps that go a long way in keeping our world clean:

Arti Upadhyay designer for Neuarua Shoes suggests, that you…

  • Try to bring lunch from home in a container. By bringing a reusable container you can help to minimize packaging waste. 
  • Unplug all your appliances when you are not home. This will help to conserve energy.
  • Try using cloth napkins instead of paper; it saves trees and it is a much more sophisticated feel for any sort of dining experience.
  • Take public transportation

Celeste Lilore designer for Restore Clothing points out that…

  • 70% of the environmental impact of clothing comes from garment care, for the least possible impact make sure to wash clothing responsibly with cold water, biodegradable detergent, no chlorine bleach and be sure to line dry each piece.

Marina Kievsky designer for AUM Couture always try to….

  • Use the least about of paper possible. We often print files when it is unnecessary and the paper just gets thrown out. 
  • Drink water from Eco-friendly refillable water bottles—every year, more than 26 billion bottles are thrown away.

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