Earth-friendly products that make you feel good

Eco-chic? That’s a bit of a doozy. Luckily, we’ve mastered it. Here, eight ways to add an eco-conscious touch to your everyday wardrobe.

Your Commute

You’ve already committed to biking to work (round of applause). Now meet the perfect bike pants.

(Iladora "here", $135)

...Speaking of Commuting

No bike ride is complete without sunglasses, and we’re big fans of Drift Eyewear made from fair-trade wood.

Your Shoe-In

Everyone has a closet full of eco-friendly totes. But a wardrobe stacked with eco-conscious (and trendy) heels is impressive.

(Coclico, $435)

Your Jammies

Not only is this Aussie brand a true Down Under find, it also employs breathable fabrics and is bursting with cuteness.

(Alas, $32)

Your Wear-Everywhere Dress

It’s like your grandma’s vintage dress, only this one is sustainable and actually fits you.

(Reformation, $218)

Your Morning Coffee

You've picked the perfect, eco-chic outfit. You deserve a cup of fair-trade organically sourced coffee. Top it off with a touch of Silk.

Your Go-To Tee

Conventional cotton growth is pesticide-heavy. Look for 100 percent organic (and uber soft) cotton instead.

(Organic by John Patrick, $80)

Your Underpinnings

Underwear is pretty high on the “organically made” scale, no?

(Hanky Panky, Brook There)

Your Commute

You’ve already committed to biking to work (round of applause). Now meet the perfect bike pants.

(Iladora, $135)

...Speaking of Commuting

No bike ride is complete without sunglasses, and we’re big fans of Drift Eyewear made from fair-trade wood.

Your Shoe-In

Everyone has a closet full of eco-friendly totes. But a wardrobe stacked with eco-conscious (and trendy) heels is impressive.

(Coclico, $435)

Your Jammies

Not only is this Aussie brand a true Down Under find, it also employs breathable fabrics and is bursting with cuteness.

(Alas, $32)

Your Wear-Everywhere Dress

It’s like your grandma’s vintage dress, only this one is sustainable and actually fits you.

(Reformation, $218)

Your Morning Coffee

You've picked the perfect, eco-chic outfit. You deserve a cup of fair-trade organically sourced coffee. Top it off with a touch of Silk.

Your Go-To Tee

Conventional cotton growth is pesticide-heavy. Look for 100 percent organic (and uber soft) cotton instead.

(Organic by John Patrick, $80)

Your Underpinnings

Underwear is pretty high on the “organically made” scale, no?

(Hanky Panky, Brook There)

Going green in your home should be about simple substitutions for the things you can’t live without. Read on for our smart swaps.

Organic Towels

Dry off with these soft, oversized, 100 percent organic cotton bath towels.

(Coyuchi, $68)

YOLO Colorhouse Sprout Collection

This paint has no VOCs or harmful chemicals, plus it comes in pretty pastels.

(The Home Depot, $36)

Laundry Soda

Wash your clothes the au naturel way with nontoxic, hypoallergenic detergent.

(Nellie’s All-Natural, $19)

Kitchen Cleaner

Neutralize “fish for dinner” odors with this heavenly-smelling counter spray.

(Caldrea, $5)

Organic Sheets

Wake up on a cheerful pattern and low-impact-dyed organic sheets.

(Plover Organic, $250)

Susty Party

Styrofoam plates are a party foul. This set of compostable plates is reason enough for cheer.

(Susty Party, $59)

Anytime Smoothie

Hint: Strawberries, bananas and Silk make an ideal energy drink.

Nifty Recycler

Meet the Ecopod. Drop in a soda can or plastic bottle, step on the pedal, and voilà.

Natural Light

Solatube grabs daylight from your roof and diffuses it into darker spaces below. Genius.

Organic Towels

Dry off with these soft, oversized, 100 percent organic cotton bath towels.

(Coyuchi, $68)

YOLO Colorhouse Sprout Collection

This paint has no VOCs or harmful chemicals, plus it comes in pretty pastels.

(The Home Depot, $36)

Laundry Soda

Wash your clothes the au naturel way with nontoxic, hypoallergenic detergent.

(Nellie’s All-Natural, $19)

Kitchen Cleaner

Neutralize “fish for dinner” odors with this heavenly-smelling counter spray.

(Caldrea, $5)

Organic Sheets

Wake up on a cheerful pattern and low-impact-dyed organic sheets.

(Plover Organic, $250)

Susty Party

Styrofoam plates are a party foul. This set of compostable plates is reason enough for cheer.

(Susty Party, $59)

Anytime Smoothie

Hint: Strawberries, bananas and Silk make an ideal energy drink.

Nifty Recycler

Meet the Ecopod. Drop in a soda can or plastic bottle, step on the pedal, and voilà.

Natural Light

Solatube grabs daylight from your roof and diffuses it into darker spaces below. Genius.

For something that you rub directly onto your skin, don’t you think it’s worth ensuring your makeup isn’t chock full of chemicals? Make some space for our all-natural beauty faves.

Nail Polish

Scotch Naturals polishes are water-based rather than solvent-based, meaning they’re made with fewer chemicals.

(Scotch Naturals, $15)

Moisturizer

Beautycounter’s “Never List” helped us toss our paraben-loaded lotion and replace it with a coconut-oil alternative.

(Beautycounter, $40)

Dry Shampoo

Not all dry shampoos are created equal. Thankfully, Aveeno’s sulfate-free formula works like a flake-free charm.

(Aveeno, $8)

Cleanser

We’re at a loss for words to describe how much we love this refreshing grapefruit and bergamot cleanser.

(Tata Harper, $75)

Lip Balm

Our latest obsession: Ruby Red Tinted Balm, made from beets and turmeric.

(Fat and the Moon, $12)

Hairbrush

Now that we’re on a not-washing-our-hair kick, we’ve employed the help of a boar-bristle brush to help distribute the oils.

(Tela Beauty Organics, $72)

Sugar Scrub

Face it: Winter skin requires a good scrub every couple of weeks. Pick one that comes from the earth.

(J.R. Watkins, $13)

Nail Polish

Scotch Naturals polishes are water-based rather than solvent-based, meaning they’re made with fewer chemicals.

(Scotch Naturals, $15)

Moisturizer

Beautycounter’s “Never List” helped us toss our paraben-loaded lotion and replace it with a coconut-oil alternative.

(Beautycounter, $40)

Dry Shampoo

Not all dry shampoos are created equal. Thankfully, Aveeno’s sulfate-free formula works like a flake-free charm.

(Aveeno, $8)

Cleanser

We’re at a loss for words to describe how much we love this refreshing grapefruit and bergamot cleanser.

(Tata Harper, $75)

Lip Balm

Our latest obsession: Ruby Red Tinted Balm, made from beets and turmeric.

(Fat and the Moon, $12)

Hairbrush

Now that we’re on a not-washing-our-hair kick, we’ve employed the help of a boar-bristle brush to help distribute the oils.

(Tela Beauty Organics, $72)

Sugar Scrub

Face it: Winter skin requires a good scrub every couple of weeks. Pick one that comes from the earth.

(J.R. Watkins, $13)

There’s more to healthy living than refusing to eat carbs. Adopt a few of our easy (and pretty darn cute) tricks.

Portion-Control Plates

Eating healthy starts with portion control. Master the meat-carbs-veggies ratio with these cleverly designed plates.

(Slim & Sage, $99 for a set of four)

Genius Yoga Mat

Behold, the foldable yoga mat. Made from nontoxic materials, it’s a yogi’s best friend.

(Khataland, $37)

Must Download

Speaking of produce, this nifty app will tell you what’s in season and where to find it at a farmers market near you.

(Locavore, free)

The New Nalgene

This smart water bottle keeps drinks cold for 24 hours. So you really have no excuse not to be completely hydrated.

(S’well, $35)

Must List: Veggies

Five Veggies To Buy Organic

  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Spinach
  • Bell peppers

Must List: Fruit

Five Fruits To Buy Organic

  • Apples
  • Grapes
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Peaches

Fruit Basket

Keep those antioxidant-filled berries in plain sight and within easy reach with these adorable ceramic baskets.

(Anthropologie, $20)

Portion-Control Plates

Eating healthy starts with portion control. Master the meat-carbs-veggies ratio with these cleverly designed plates.

(Slim & Sage, $99 for a set of four)

Genius Yoga Mat

Behold, the foldable yoga mat. Made from nontoxic materials, it’s a yogi’s best friend.

(Khataland, $37)

Must Download

Speaking of produce, this nifty app will tell you what’s in season and where to find it at a farmers market near you.

(Locavore, free)

The New Nalgene

This smart water bottle keeps drinks cold for 24 hours. So you really have no excuse not to be completely hydrated.

(S’well, $35)

Must List: Veggies

Five Veggies To Buy Organic

  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Spinach
  • Bell peppers

Must List: Fruit

Five Fruits To Buy Organic

  • Apples
  • Grapes
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Peaches

Fruit Basket

Keep those antioxidant-filled berries in plain sight and within easy reach with these adorable ceramic baskets.

(Anthropologie, $20)