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Shops for Snobs adds Demirjian's eco-friendly collection
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Nov '12
Shops for Snobs, has added another designer of Eco-friendly clothing to its collection.  Color Me Cotton's all cotton fashions seems to fit right in with the other natural fabric collections from Shops for Snobs.

Joseph Demirjian began his venture into the world of cotton back in 1978 in the garage of his own home in Southern California.  His designs are both practical, comfortable, and attractive.  Demirjian takes influence from both the current American styles and from the styles of his birth country Armenia.  Shop for Snobs carries Demirjian's pieces that are made of natural fiber cotton and are designed, sewn, and packaged in his factory in Sun Valley, California.  Color Me Cotton clothing is both friendly to the environment as well as socially responsible.

Cotton offers more than just a lovely sheath.  Cotton is comfortable.  The stretchable fabric offers easy maneuverability and is soft on the skin.  Cotton also regulates body temperature as it breaths, and allows air between you and your clothes.  In addition, cotton is hypoallergenic.  Wearers with skin allergies don't have to worry as much about having allergy drama when they adorn themselves with cotton clothing.  Cotton causes allergic reaction to very few people, which is why many intimate clothing articles and medical bandages are made of cotton. 

The human body is only one living organism that benefits from the use of cotton.  Cotton is made of a renewable resource, the cotton plant, and therefore is not using up precious petroleum as are synthetic fabrics.  Also, when the cotton clothing article is discarded, it is biodegradable and therefore, makes a full circle within the ecosystem, from the Earth, back to the Earth.  As with most other natural products, cotton offers guilt free and versatile enjoyment.

Color Me Cotton manufactures cotton clothing in a role other than i's necessary medical use and the discreet position of intimates clothing.  Check out Shops for Snobs at Shop for Snobs to purchase a sleek Ivory colored Deep Cowl Tunic, an exotic Budda Top in Black Cherry, an elegant Red Velvet Princess Seam Top, or a comfy Chives Green Zip Front Hoodie. 

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