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Do Good, Look Great, with Roozt's Perfect (Green) Summer Must-Haves


Guest post by Amy Rasplicka.

Roozt.com is on a mission to find the coolest, sexiest cause-related brands with the most inspiring stories attached. In a phrase, we are “bringing sexy back to giving back”. Below are a few of our favorite eco-friendly brands perfect for your summer getaway.

Save some space in your suitcase this summer with Harvest Blue’s Nami Convertible Dress, which you can wear as a dress or a skirt! Harvest Blue donates 1% of total sales or 10% of profit (whichever is larger!), to environmental organizations such as American Forests and The Blue Project.

rProof Wood Eyewear Sunglasses

Of course you have to protect your eyes on all your summer travels! These sleek and stylish sunglasses from Proof Wood Eyewear are made from sustainable wood, and a portion of your sale goes to sight giving surgery in India.

Need a casual, versatile top for your trip? The Multeepurpose “Tree Frog Handkerchief” works as either a top or a swimsuit cover-up. Sales from Multeepurpose’s products aid in conservation programs and help provide medication for children in need and clean water in underdeveloped countries.

rYellow Leaf Hammock

Create your own getaway on the beach (or your own backyard) with a Yellow Leaf Queen Hammock. Yellow Leaf packages these handwoven hammocks in totes made from repurposed parachute fabric!

rTuita USA Eco Backpack

Headed off the beaten path this summer? Or just want a fun new bag for the office? Check out the Tuita USA Eco Backpack. This versatile backpack is made from recycled truck tarpaulins, is chemical free and vegan, and was made without child labor or animal testing.

rMulteepurpose Tree Frog Handkerchief

Like these products and cause-oriented brands? Find many more like them on our site,Roozt.

Eco Chick readers can enjoy 20% of anything (can’t be used towards shipping or combined with other offers/coupons), by using the code ECOCHICK at checkout. Happy Summer Shopping!

Starre Vartan is founder and editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick.com and the author of the Eco-Chick Guide to Life. She's also a freelance science and environment writer who has published in National Geographic, CNN, Scientific American, Mental Floss, Pacific Standard, the NRDC, and many more. She lives on an island in Puget Sound with her partner and black cat. She was a geologist in her first career, and still picks up rocks wherever she goes.