LifestyleStyle Eco-friendly fashion for Earth Day By JULIE GORDON Updated April 17, 2014 5:22 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Look good and feel good about your purchases this Earth Day in fashion-forward pieces that are made of eco-friendly materials and benefit planet-minded organizations. Get shopping! Conscious and cool This Earth Day, buy an item (or two or three) from H&M’s Conscious collection, which is made with sustainable materials such as organic cotton and vegetable-tanned leather. Top, $59.95, vegetable-tanned leather skirt, $199, and embellished shoulder piece, $149; at H&M stores A leg up Photo Credit: Amour Vert A great pair of easy, breezy pants are a seasonal must-have, especially this organic cotton and linen pair from San Francisco-based brand Amour Vert, which has a zero-waste design philosophy and uses only organic and sustainable fabrics and low-impact dyes. $155; at amourvert.com Jewelry that gives back Photo Credit: KiraKira KiraKira’s gold-plated necklace is inspired by the sea and gives back to it, with 20% of proceeds going to the nonprofit Ocean Conservancy. $298; at Treasures, 171 Seventh Ave., Park Slope, 718-768-6292 Dressed to impress Alternative’s short-sleeve dress is perfect for spring — and uses a G2 Eco-Wash, a low-water, chemical-free wash that results in one seriously soft garment. $112; at Alternative, 281 Lafayette St., 212-226-8210 Packed to perfection Photo Credit: La Canadienne Pack your belongings up stylishly — and in an eco-friendly way — in this leather backpack from La Canadienne, which uses environmentally friendly dyes and protective agents. $585; at lacanadienneshoes.com Not short on style Crop tops are a huge trend for spring, and we love Eileen Fisher’s version, which uses fabric that’s bluesign certified: dyed and finished using fewer chemicals, less water and less energy. $178; at Eileen Fisher, 166 Fifth Ave., 212-924-4777 Showered with style Photo Credit: Kamik With April’s showers still raining down on New York, it’s the perfect time to buy Kamik’s eye-catching floral-print rainboots, which are 100% recyclable and made of ecologic rubber, a phthalate-free and sustainable rubber substitute. $69.99; at zappos.com By JULIE GORDON Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.