Spring/Summer Fashion 2009: Toggery


Photo credit: Toggery

As a writer with a very—and I mean very—limited disposable income, I hear your cries for more-affordable yet ethically produced eco-clothing. Enter Toggery by Kate D'arcy, a perennial favorite of mine with timeless cuts and rich colors that go on for days. And considering the garb is made stateside, the price is exceedingly nice, especially right now at Lux Green Living, where you can get pieces from seasons past and present on sale at 50 percent off—and not a stitch costs over $50.

For Spring/Summer 2009, Toggery plays it surprisingly safe; you won't find the balloon sleeves or electrifying hues of previous collections. That's not to say these tops and dresses aren't perfectly serviceable, because they are, but a few stylistic twists would add some refreshing visual interest to the usual same-old, same-old.
Photo credit: Toggery

Photo credit: Toggery

Photo credit: Toggery
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