Eco-Friendly Clothing We Love: Carrie Parry

(Courtesy: Carrie Parry. L-R: Cotton Classic Rounded Collar, Signature Short Sleeve T)With Earth Day just around the corner on April 22, conscious consumerism has never been more in style. That's why we love Carrie Parry's new 2014 Collection of Timeless Essentials ($130 to $225).
From shirts to tunics and more, these classic, modern essentials are both gorgeous and high-quality. And, as you proudly don your luxurious Signature Short Sleeve T ($150) or Cotton Classic Rounded Collar ($175), you can rest assured that your new clothes are also socially and ecologically responsible.

In fact, this Brooklyn-based designer's commitment to social responsibility extends beyond the garment itself and into her business model and marketplace. In the name of transparency, you can follow the each step of the process behind each and every piece; its story, in real-time. (Made in the USA, the collection's luxurious fabrics include Bemberg Cupro and Silk Shantaug, sourced from around the word.) That said, each garment's price reflects a system of fair compensation to the craftworkers who made it, and is also offered at a fair, accessible price to you, the consumer. How? By selling directly to the public from her new e-commerce site (and therefore eliminating various middle man costs, like brick and mortar retail expenses).

And true to her belief in the art of design and in creating a flattering fit for women, Carrie Parry’s Fit Guide is a next-level fit guide inspired by her studies about the "ever-changing bodies of real women."

(Courtesy: Carrie Parry, Cotton Classic Rounded Collar.)
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