DALLAS, February 24, 2011 ‑ Looking for an eco-friendly option to line your closet this spring? Global couture from Ellecante offers an all-natural, eco-friendly collection made by well-known designers across Europe, South America and New Zealand.
Designs are now available in the United States.
With cool options for the spring most pieces are made from all-organic forms of silk, bamboo, linen, hemp, wool and cotton woven into chic designs that can easily take you from daytime to evening with ease.
Examples include Luzifer’s Seamed Silk Tank Top ($155), a figure-flattering and perfect for the warm weather sleeveless top shaped with a fitted scoop-neck bodice and slanted spiral seaming at the waist and hem for a playful look.
The hemp and silk blend goes perfectly with Luzifer’s Gipsy Silk Blend Skirt ($235) a hemp and silk blend circular knee-length skirt with a low-rise hip panel and spiral seaming.
Luzifer’s Pleated Linen Skirt ($395) is a slim, sleek pencil skirt with horizontal pleating to create a “shutter” effect and add haute appeal.
It’s the perfect business skirt for warmer weather and is 100% linen. Pair it with Lana Naturalwear’s Shawl Collar Blouse ($140), a long sleeve design in organic cotton with accentuated princess darts that give a distinctively feminine finish.
For more green and stylish ideas visit Ellecante for additional slacks, skirts and dresses, wraps and wristlets, handbags, bracelets and brooches and necklaces, scarves and earrings.
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Rita Cook is a writer/editor with has over 1000 articles to her credit in the past 12-plus years. She is a frequent auto and travel contributor on a radio show in Los Angeles called Insider Mag Radio at KPRO 1570 am and is on from midnight to 12:30 a.m. Monday mornings. Cook is a member of the Texas Auto Writer’s Association, writes for the Dallas Morning News Green Living Section as well as artist profiles and spends much of her time on the road traveling and working on books such as her latest release this April about Fredericksburg, Texas published by Channel Lakes Publishing.
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