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Trend Alert :: Oversized Handbags ~ 4 Hot Bags For Every Eco-Fashionista

Big bags are in and the bigger the better!  Find yours here:  

1). Thrush Bag by Ashley Watson $345 (Recycled Leather) 

Made of soft, worn leather rescued from leather jackets found in charity thrift shops, celebs have been spotted toting these fab bags.   

2). The Market Bag by Moop $113 (Organic Cotton)

Handmade, sweatshop-free bags made to order.  This company prides themselves on quality craftsmenship to be sure you’re bag will last.  Their newly launched ‘Organics’ line offers a midnight blue bag with more colors promised soon.  

3). Fifty-Five Satchel by MATT & NAT $250 (Vegan Leather)

Design-centric, fashion-forward vegan bags internationally recognized by press and buyers alike.  Check out their jewel tone colors…all the rage this Fall.  

4). Mega Bag by Ecoist $188 (Recycled Candy Wrappers)

Buy a bag, plant a tree!  Featured in many glossies like Cosmo, Elle, Bazaar, Vanity Fair, InStyle, Vogue and more, check out Ecoist classics or their BRAND NEW Luxe line and now through 10/31/08 get 10% off anything on Ecoist.com with promo code FGS1031!  


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    Written by Stancie Wilson

    Stancie Wilson is an avid researcher who’s passionate about organics and the personal care industry. She’s not a hippie or treehugger (though nothing wrong with that), she’s a modern working woman who loves spreading the word about truly pure and stylish products, helping educate others about the dangers of toxic ingredients and who’s tired of rampant greenwashing.

    She’s Co-Founder and Editor of Fig+Sage™ [www.figandsage.com], the go-to online resource for discovering hip organic & fab eco finds (with a heavy emphasis on organic beauty), Green Editor for Pricegrabber’s ShopGreen site [http://blog.pricegrabber.com/shopgreen] and was the first to be awarded the 'Eco-Friendly Expert Maven' title by ThisNext.com where her recommendations are followed by millions of shoppers.

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