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Get an Eco Lifestyle on a Real Style, with a Shirt!

Step out of your hybrid car, into your solar powered home and sit down to an all organic vegetarian dinner. Think you’re green all over? No, before you wear Loomstate’s tee. This is a nature themed tee that will complement your green lifestyle.

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This designer will make you aware of the importance of applying a green lifestyle with a real style. Eco-conscious designer Rogan Gregory uses only organic cotton for his Loomstate collection. The New Yorker is known for his mix of style and sustainability.

Nowadays, have you ever seen a swan perched on a branch? Take a look at Swan for Cover T-shirts ($ 62). You will recall the first moment when all the swan free to roam and perched on a branch, which is rare to find now. This is made from 100% cotton in pure white color. And it is made in India.

And how often do you find a palm tree? Even at the beach was rarely seen, except if you go to Hawaii. Oh how we have lost much of its source of our ecosystem. But by wearing this Palm T-shirts ($ 60) you will recall the importance of trees in our lives. This tee is made in India, from 100% cotton in a charcoal color.

By wearing this shirt, hopefully we will always remember the green lifestyle and maintain the interests of our natur, and loving it more. Take a stand and stand out in a Loomstate trademark tee, featuring some of Loomstate‘s biggest fans-the critters. Let’s go green!




  • skatimmy737 - 07/07/10 - Reply

    How is organic cotton better for the earth? Does it decompose better?

  • Air Jordan Chaussure - 12/08/11 - Reply

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  • karen millen - 14/08/11 - Reply

    IMHO you need to look everywhere

  • karen millen skirts - 15/08/11 - Reply

    I never even really noticed, tbh, it’s just a part of me. I guess in theory, I believe in choice, but in practice it didn’t bother me.

  • karen millen stores - 17/08/11 - Reply

    That is my kind of shopping!

  • karen millen soho - 17/08/11 - Reply

    I think i saw these today in fat, they are really hot!

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