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Kelly Lane: Clothing with Color…and a Conscience

Lately I’ve been spending way too much time at Eco-tique in St. Paul, MN. It’s a problem, because I can’t seem to leave this eco-friendly clothing and accessories shop without purchasing something way outside of my price range. Which right now includes anything more than about $7. Before the holidays, I decided I needed a new dress for the…um…one Christmas party I was planning to attend. What happened next was the acquisition of this funky, awesome, one-of-a-kind dress from Kelly Lane:

I’d love to say I was bold enough to wear the red socks and black mary janes with it, but instead I wore grey tights and black boots. I still looked pretty fabulous, if I do say so myself.

Kelly Lane is part of the rapidly growing eco-fashion movement, using fabrics and practices that have minimal impact on the environment. Lane and other local artisans hand-make each dress, which is obvious when you’re up close and personal with her line. To see her entire collection, and find out if any stores near you carry these unique and colorful frocks, click here.

Written by Terri Bly

Terri Bly is the founder of The Nature of Beauty, LTD, an all-eco website, shop, and spa. She is a freelance writer, currently residing in Minneapolis.

2 Comments

  1. I just realized Lucille posted about Kelly Lane a couple of days ago!! Total coincidence, and how strange. Well, consider this to be a personal review of Lane’s handiwork, then.

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