Emma Grady's outfit for Naya Shoes featuring Stella McCartney, Monique Pean, and more. Photo: Polyvore
Naya Shoes recruited four top eco fashion bloggers to create a spring outfit for Earth Day and the final looks are just in. I'm delighted to be one of the stylists, representing TreeHugger and my style site, Past Fashion Future.
We each picked our favorite pair from Naya's Spring 2011 lineup--I went with Naya's "Wind" shoes, which feature a cool blue/green floral print on organic cotton fabric--then curate a look on Polyvore. My final look: an outfit big on heirloom jewelry, accessories and classic investment pieces, which can be worn a number of times and styled different ways.
Shopping for flattering summer sandals can be challenging. Dark sandals with thick ankle straps, for example, never work, which is why I was delighted to see this pair in Naya's Spring 2011 lineup. The floral organic cotton fabric secures the foot for comfort and the heel is manageable and attractive and easily paired with a dress or shorts.
Photo: Naya Shoes
I let my imagination--and budget--go wild on Polyvore, which is of course half the fun, and opted for classic investment pieces from brands I trust: Monique Pean, earrings; Lulu Frost, necklace and bracelet; Stella McCartney, purse and shorts, Organic by John Patrick, trench coat; Bodkin, shirt dress, worn as a shirt; and, of course, Naya Shoes for footwear. To shop the look, visit Polyvore.
Also competing to win a free pair of kicks are bloggers from Greenwala and The Eco Diva, Eco Bold, and Ecouterre, whose Jasmin Chua scooped up some enviable orange Bodkin shorts. Take a look, below.
Photo: Naya Shoes
So here's where you weigh in: The blogger whose look receives the most number of votes at the end of the contest will win a pair of shoes and one Naya fan--could it be you?--who votes will also win a free pair of shoes from Naya's Spring 2011 line. You can vote now through April 29, on Naya's Facebook page.
What's your favorite outfit? Tell us in the comment section, below; weigh in with a vote, above; or both.
Also a stylist and the founder of PastFashionFuture.com, Emma Grady is the resident fashion expert at TreeHugger.com. Find her on Facebook and Twitter.
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