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While the industry of sustainable fashion has grown considerably, there are still many eco-labels that look eco—crunchy, unpolished, limited in design. Eco-Ganik asks "At a comparable price, why not choose eco-friendly?" There's no reason not to if the quality of fabrication, design and fit are also comparable, and from the label's spring collection we would choose a host of tops—a silk red tank with tiered ruffles along the scoop neck, a particularly well-fitting denim button-down with puff sleeves and snaps, an olive halter tied and bowed liberally at the neck, a three-quarter sleeve white buttoned blouse gathered at the shoulder. Standouts also included a mushroom-hued jumpsuit, well-tailored with ease given to the top, woven pants and skirts with gathered and sashed waistbands, and a high-waisted mini skirt with box pleats adding structure.
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