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Keep orGLAMic tots looking adorable and eco-conscious with clothing from Clover New York.  Offering wares for babies and children 6 months to 6 years of age, all of the pieces are made of organic cotton.  The company also prides itself on having a direct relationship with the people who make it’s clothes, working with charitable organizations like http://www.citta.org to support positive work environments and economic growth for it’s manufacturing partners.  Delicate patterns and detailing make for excellent collections season after season, and the Fall/Winter 2010 is so precious it makes me wish for colder weather already!  Click here to shop the entire orGLAMic collection online with ease.

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Based out of Australia, Stem Organics offers an extensive range of orGLAMic skin care for all ages and skintypes.  Instead of conventional petrochemicals, parabens, sulphates, dioxins, and artificial coloring or fragrances, this skincare line relies on organic aloe and unique ingredients such as it’s country’s native Kakadu Plum and Bush Flower.  The entire line includes various orGLAMic cleansers, exfoliators, toners, moisturizers and masks.  These fantastic products are available for purchase through the company’s website as well as in major retailers in 8 different countries across the world. Click here to shop online and here to find a retailer near you.

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While clothing lines featured on orGLAMic are sparse (we are too darn picky!) Bodkin satisfies our eco-friendly design needs season after season.  I am utterly obsessed with shorts and rompers this summer, hence the photo above, but the Spring/Summer 2010 collection is also filled with light, ephemeral dresses and tops of impeccable design.  All of Bodkin’s offerings are made of sustainability-oriented fabrics including post-consumer recycled polyester, hand-loomed weaves from collectives in India, regenerated and recycled wool, fine organic cottons, and decades-old salvaged textiles.  Click here to browse the collections (Autumn/Winter 2010 features some amazingly tailored pants!) and here to find a retailer near you.

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While TOMS made it’s mark in the footwear market several years ago with it’s unique signature style and social-good platform, it is the wide selection of hip designs combined with more recent organic options that makes them our pick for today’s Manly Monday post.  Made with certified pesticide-free cotton, the Grey Cousteau Organic Cotton Men’s Cordones shown above are just one of the many organic options available.  And, as you likely know by now, for each pair of TOMS shoes purchased the company donates another pair to a child in need.  Click here to purchase this exact pair, or here to browse the entire orGLAMic website.

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Uber-popular lingerie line Hanky Panky offers eco-friendly options that would make even the most discriminating orGLAMic shopper happy.  Available in the spaghetti-strap bralette pictured above, the 96% organic Supima cotton line also features the brand’s signature low-rise things, hipster briefs, boyshorts, bandeau bras and camisoles.  Each of the USA-made items are of superior quality, and are beautiful enough for special occasions yet also comfortable enough for daily wear.  While Hanky Panky products are available through mainstream retailers nationwide, one simple click here will take you to all the company’s organic cotton offerings.

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It’s already July and you’re still not bikini-ready?  Well, get in line folks.  Luckily Shea Terra Organics offers the delightful and orGLAMic Anti-Cellulite Deep Tissue Massage Oil to get us closer to the goal in a flash.  Gotu Kola and green coffee bean oil combine to diminish the appearance of cellulite by increasing circulation while pomegranate and arugula seed oils simultaneously tone and firm skin. Using sustainable, raw materials sourced from Africa, all of the company’s products are free of sulfites, parabens, silicones and artificial coloring and fragrances.  Click here to shop the entire orGLAMic collection today, and hit the beach tomorrow!

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Celebrate the 4th of July in style, elegantly sprawled on an orGLAMic towel by Amy Butler Design.  In collaboration with Welspun, Amy unveiled the Organic Exchange collection of bath and beach towels in June.  The towels are bright, fresh and modern, and are printed with low-impact dyes on 100% organic fibers.  Towels aren’t the only items with Amy’s flirty designs – click here for her official website and more looks at her offerings.  And while the towels are available at Bed Bath & Beyond (yay! mainstream stores offering eco options!) you can click here to shop the entire orGLAMic collection online.

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Those of you in the eco-know have probably heard about Envirosax reusable bags by now – but did you realize how many chic, orGLAMic options they carry?  I certainly didn’t, and was thrilled to discover the over 70 styles on their website!  Personally, I am partial to the Midnight Safari for myself (and Sesame Street series for tots!), but there are fabulous organic and bamboo options available as well.  All the waterproof and durable bags are lightweight, making them an easy staple to throw in the back of your car or purse for eco-conscious living at all times!  Click here to shop the entire Envirosax collection.

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If wearing a suit and tie to work gets a little humdrum come summertime, spruce up your look with an orGLAMic tie by Collared Greens.  In addition to all the eco-initiatives that the company is founded on, the silk ties in preppy prints are truly what make me smile.  Each tie (in both mens and boys sizes!  love!) is packaged in Smartwood- and FSC-certified 100% post consumer recycled paper, and all the shipping boxes, packing tape and tissue paper is also made with recycled materials.  Click here to shop the entire orGLAMic collection including women’s items and organic hats, t-shirts and polos.

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Any good orGLAMic reader knows that we have a thing for totes.  A major thing.  And while we don’t regularly approach total strangers in an attempt to track down whose bag came from where, that is exactly what we did when laying our eyes upon this bag from West Hollywood design duo Graf & Lantz.  It turns out each of their totes is carefully handmade with natural, sustainable, oekotox-certified merino wool felt and vegetable tanned leather, which are both biodegradable and recyclable.  With an endless array of color combinations and even custom items available, this is a slice of orGLAMic heaven.  Click here to buy a tote bag and here to browse the entire collection, including duffel bags, wine carriers, wallets and more!

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