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Organic Apparel Giveaway: Win Fabulous Clothing from Indigenous Designs

Indigenous Designs Organic Apparel GiveawayIndigenous Designs is a fabulous fair-trade, organic clothing company based in Northern California.  Since 1994, the founders have been working directly with international artisans in India, Guatemala, Ecuador, and Peru to bring you uniquely sustainable fashion wear. Committed to delivering fair wages, Indigenous Designs works with non-governmental organizations around the world to ensure that the men and women who craft these beautiful garments are set on the path to self-sustainability.

Indigenous Designs Organic Dyes“With Indigenous Designs, we haven’t created just a charity situation,” says co-founder Matt Reynolds.  “It’s about taking responsibility to better our communities.”

This Fourth of July, Indigenous Designs and Feelgood Style are giving you the opportunity to win a gorgeous piece of clothing, constructed from all natural and organic fibers and eco-friendly dyes!

To enter, simply visit the Indigenous Designs website and browse through the stunning offerings for men, women, or children. Return here and leave a comment telling us which Indigenous Designs garment won your heart. It won’t be easy to choose just one!

Deadline for entry is Thursday, July 9. I’ll contact the winner on July 10 to obtain shipping and sizing information. Happy Shopping!

Images via Indigenous Designs.

Written by Gina Munsey

Gina was born in Mexico, but spent her early childhood years in Eastern Europe. She gained her Associate and Bachelor degrees from schools in California and Michigan, respectively, and was mostly recently employed in the Business Systems field in California. Diagnosed with a corn allergy in her early twenties, Gina has taken on the challenge of living corn-free -- as well as dairy, wheat, and gluten-free -- in a corn-saturated world. She currently lives in beautiful Northern California. Gina loves her husband, watering her plants, writing poetry and blog posts, creating collages, browsing art galleries, eliminating toxic chemicals, reading the Bible, doing laundry, reading cookbooks and substituting ingredients in recipes, collecting broken shells from the beach, repurposing everyday objects, and watching curtains dance over open windows. Follow her on Twitter @gmunsey.

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