Choosing your wedding gown is a matchless event and it’s the highlight of the day! Festive, feminine, and eco-friendly gowns are made from bamboo, organic silk, cotton, hemp and soy. A few of the designers will create a stunning custom made gown if it is your wish!
Deborah Lindquist creates only eco-friendly clothing. Her designs are couture inspired. She even makes doggie sweaters! Check Deborah out online at: http://deorahlindquist.com or, at her North Hollywood boutique, 10500 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood Arts District, CA 91601 ~ . 818.762.7199.
Olivia Luca’s gowns are made with lush eco-friendly fabrics. The styles are classic, romantic and sexy. Olivia has an online design studio where you can create a gown to your specifications. Options include, fabric type, color, lace or not. Whatever you desire and Olivia will create it. Visit Olivia Luca online at: www.olivialuca.com/home
I came across eco~designer Chrissy Wai-Ching’s website, www.wai-ching.com. while doing research for my book. Chrissy is known for her sexy, whimsical wedding gowns. In addition to wedding gowns, Wai-Ching also designs kimonos, suits and some of the sexiest dresses I’ve seen in a long while. And yes, I will be adding one of the dresses to my summer wardrobe! Chrissy’s line is colorful, playful, edgy and body conscious.
To learn more about Chrissy visit http://absolutestyleandbeauty.wordpress.com
Photos courtesy of, Deborah Lindquist, Olivia Luca, and Chrissy Wai-Ching.
For more eco-chic style tips for Hello Green Tomorrow, read Stylemom.com’s “Best Eco-chic Online Shopping Sites” and “Eco-Tips: The 5 R’s”.
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