“We are in the mode of responsible consumption with more consumers focused on eco-friendly practices to reduce their environmental footprint,” said Lynn Lavanga owner of Stylishorganics.com.
“I believe consumer purchasing in the upcoming year will be influenced by a focus on environmentally friendly practices, use of sustainable resources, reduction of over consumption by reusing, and recreating from recycled materials.”
Demand for Slow Fashion with Eco-friendly Organic Clothing
With situations such as the Bangladesh factory collapse bringing to light horrid working conditions, product transparency has been a growing consumer demand. People want to know products they buy are from green manufacturers that show a concern toward the well-being of workers as well as the environment.
With a goal of lowering their carbon footprint and protecting their own health, consumers are heading toward organic and sustainable fiber clothing. Year 2014 will show a rise in conscious fashion as more consumers search for clothing made from organic cotton, bamboo, hemp, and modal. Buying less that will last longer, consumers will look to organic clothing for its durability and easy care properties.
Environmentalism through Eco Home Decor
Consumers are applying eco-friendly ideas toward more green living home interiors. Searching out eco home decor items, consumers are decorating with furniture made from recycled or sustainable hardwoods, rugs from natural jute or sustainable bamboo fibers, organic cotton bed linens, futon covers, and decorative pillows, bamboo or recycled glass tableware, and natural soy candles. Stylish Organics sees this trend expanding in 2014 as consumers continue to green up their living style.
About Stylish Organics
Stylish Organics is an e-commerce boutique offering a collection of products selected for earth friendly properties from environmentally responsible manufacturers. The company’s easy to shop; one-stop-shopping venue enables those committed to green living to combine savvy styling with earth friendly thinking. Many of their products are made in the USA or are ethically sourced from organizations that globally support women.
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