Earth Week :: ECIG Salt’s Organic


As we all know, finding an organic-fabric clothing line that offers something above and beyond blank, basic garments is a little less than impossible. I only say “a little less” because I’ve been able to discover a handful, Salt’s Organic Clothing being one of them.

When I initially found them, I was skeptical about the diversity it would offer. After talking with Salt’s designer, Jennifer Graham, and learning that their products are made from hemp, soy, bamboo and organic cotton – I started to get excited that maybe this was the line of eco-friendly garments I’ve been waiting for!

Then I found this:

The lines and the shaped waist completely took over my central nervous system. I love it. The high neck is unique and the whole piece just looks so cozy.

There are tons more styles on their site, as well as more colors! Go visit!


  • Vancouver’s home to a couple of eco-friendly lines and designers that offer really cute unique things: Elroy Apparel, Two of Hearts, Nicole Bridger, just to name a few.

    lisa´s last blog post was Metamorphosis Fashion Show & Fundraiser!

  • Oh, and that tie-waist skirt looks like it’d be great for salsa!

    lisa´s last blog post was Metamorphosis Fashion Show & Fundraiser!

  • You might like Fashion Ethic, too. It’s a collection of clothes from a number of vendors and designers, but all the clothes are “fashionably responsible.” Very pretty stuff, too:

    I also loved going to Bele Chere in Asheville, NC. Lots of organic and otherwise ethical designers.

  • I love that little green ruffled blouse!

  • Sal

    EVERYTHING looks so comfy and stylish – great find, Miss Elle.

    Sal´s last blog post was Self-love as Bravery!

  • Why do I always want hoodies when summer is just around the corner?

    Awesome finds, Elle.

    Jennifer Nicole´s last blog post was More Eco-Conscious Deals & Steals!

  • ohhhhhhhhhhh I love what is going on here!!