It's Earth Day, so we're setting you up with natural and animal-friendly gear that you can rock with zero regrets. Get Mother Nature on the phone and let her know you guys have some shopping to do.
Shades of Green Crochet Scarf
Who It's For: Vixens of the Vine
Where to Find It: Etsy
How It Does Good: Etsy crafter Ayca Hoser is all about going green. Not only does she like the color, but this attractive neck-warmer is also crocheted from eco-friendly and vegan cotton, bamboo yarn.
TOM'S Corbel Classic
Who It's For: Floral Freaks
Where to Find It: Toms
How It Does Good: As with every pair of Toms shoes, when you purchase these slip-ons another pair of shoes is sent out to a child in need. These flats are also made from pesticide-free cotton and without animal products, making them vegan-friendly.
Pit Bull Love Necklace
Who It's For: Proud Pit Bull Owners
Where to Find It: Christy Robinson
How It Does Good: This Christy Robinson creation is crafted from recycled materials. Even better, 40 percent of the profits from this necklace got to the Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation. The non-profit organization is dedicated to raising awareness about ending dog fighting, breed-specific bans, animal abuse and abandonment.
Love Cats Wallet
Who It's For: Canoodling Kitty Lovers
Where to Find It: Lavishy Boutique
How It Does Good: Lavishy Boutique, a Toronto-based designer, is committed to making fun and fashionable products using vegan materials and animal-friendly approaches.
MoreTrees Swan T
Who It's For: Love Birds
Where to Find It: MoreTrees
How It Does Good: MoreTrees is a company that lives up to its name. The designer has already planted over 500 baby trees. MoreTrees also works to help the environment by using recycled materials, organic cotton and hemp. These materials don't use damaging pesticides and are easier to renew. This eco-friendly work recently earned the company a Global Compliance Certification for Social Responsibility.
JoJo Black Zebra Heels
Who It's For: Walkers of the Wild Side
Where to Find It: Beyond Skin
How It Does Good: Beyond Skin is full of some great minds. The people behind the company took their love for shoes and appreciation of animals and created a line of vegan shoes that are critter-friendly without being blah.
She Shells Wristlet
Who It's For: Beachy Babes
Where to Find It: Rebagz
How It Does Good: Rebagz takes recycled materials to a new and fun level, pushing aside stereotypes that earth-friendly fabrics are boring and itchy. The company also supports fair working conditions and is partnered with joinFite, a organization that helps women entrepreneurs around the world.
Bungalow 360 Belts
Who It's For: Hip and Animal Huggers
Where to Find It: Bungalow 360
How It Does Good: Bungalow 360 calls itself "Earth Happy," and the company certainly shows off this personality trait. Bungalow 360 uses all-natural materials and solar panels as their main power source. The designer also has started the "Powered By Love" program in which they donate solar panels to non-profit organizations, including animal shelters.
Alex Woo Chimpanzee Disc
Who It's For: Primate Pleasers
How It Does Good: Alex Woo has teamed up with Disneynature to create a line of sustainable necklaces that celebrate Earth Day and the movie "Chimpanzee." 20 percent of all proceeds from these necklaces will go to the Jane Goodall Institute to protect primates of the future.
Ethical Threads Company's Cats Motif Tee
Who It's For: Feline Frolickers
Where to Find It: Ethical Wares
How It Does Good: These adorable t-shirts protect animals from cruelty by using all vegan materials, including water-based inks. The company is also owned by trade unions, making it an anti-sweatshop establishment.