So 2012: Warm Up in White This Winter (and Autumn), Sustainably of Course!

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Our verdict is in. White is the new black this season. (And we aren’t the only ones; check out this gorgeous Pinterest board of winter-white runway looks here, and Lucky Mag’s take on the trend). But this angelic color is more than just a passing fancy; white is eternally cool, uberversatile and flattering on any gal when done right.

We’ve curated our white hot and sustainable picks around a watch we think should be in your winter arsenal. Sprout Watches’ corn-resin watch is snow white beautiful, affordable, and low-impact. Corn resin is 99 percent biodegradable, made from a renewable resource, and uses no petroleum (nonrenewable) resources in production since it’s bio-based.

1. Sprout’s Corn Resin Watch in white. (Here’s another white watch we love by Sprout.)

2. SVILU’s Knitted Dress.

3. Coclico Kita in Ante Wolf.

4. VintageChase’s Upcycled Leather Bag.

5. Gatt von Paperhill Upcycled Paper Necklace.

6. Alabama Chanin “fur” coat (made from thousands of individually hand-stitched threads).

7. Organic cotton tack legging by Prairie Underground, available at Juno & Jove.

8. Afia’s Theory of Love skirt.

9. NFP Superfine Turtleneck Cocoon Sweater, available at Kaight.

About Lindsay E. Brown
Lindsay is Eco-Chick's managing editor and head of business development. She served as Director of Communications at the social enterprise CBS EcoMedia for two and a half years and was awarded the “Share the Vision” by the CBS Corporation which recognizes high-performing employees. Lindsay co-created the acclaimed interview series “Heroines for the Planet" which is currently running on Eco-Chick. She has written for Martha Stewart’s Whole Living Magazine, Edible, Cottages & Gardens, Huffington Post,, Livia Firth's, Ecover US, Laura Turner Seydel's blog, and Gather Green. Lindsay was featured on the Veria Living Network as a “voice for the planet’s health” and was named in Ecover’s “30 Under 30″ contest which recognized those who are making a sustainable difference in their local or global communities. Lindsay holds a B.S. in Global Business Studies and Marketing from Manhattan College, and received the 2012 Honors Award for Top Student in RW1 at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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