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FaeriesDance unveils third French eco-lingerie line in US
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Jul '13
The French are known for their exquisite lingerie lines, and now they are also becoming known for sustainability. Eco-Fashion retailer, FaeriesDance has been importing bras and panties made from organically grown cotton with low-impact dyes for years. Now they’re proud to offer yet another line of beautiful organic bras, panties and under things from the French company Occidente.

Occidente adds a new dimension to the FaeriesDance.com organic lingerie line according to founder Adrienne Catone. “The line is soft and sensual with pieces geared for special occasions. While most of our organic bras and panties are great for every day wear, we all want something that makes us feel special once in a while, and Occidente really fills that desire.”

Occidente follows Fair Trade standards in their sewing practices; colors their garments using low-impact, azo-free dyes; and certifies all of their clothing and intimates to be Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) compliant. Most modern bras are made from polyester (a petroleum-based product) along with other synthetic fabrics and treated with slurry of chemicals that do everything from removing wrinkles to adding sheen. FaeriesDance caters to eco-conscious women looking for lingerie without chemicals and panties without pesticides. Now they’re also making sexy sustainable.

About FaeriesDance.com

FaeriesDance.com is an eco-friendly e-tailer offering sustainable apparel and specializing in hard-to-find items such as organic cotton bras and lingerie. The company is named after the mythological woodland creatures that live in the heart of the forest honor all things in nature, and who celebrate life with joyous abandon. In addition to providing beautiful organic clothing and eco-friendly accessories, FaeriesDance is committed to providing a complete environmentally-conscious shopping experience for its customers. Their clothing is made from sustainable fabrics and low-impact dyes. The company sources products from both U.S. and overseas manufacturers who ensure that all workers are treated fairly and are safe from sweatshop conditions. 

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