The Green Wardrobe Guide - Finding EcoChic Fashions That Look Great and Help Save the Planet

Awareness is growing about the benefits of organic food, but what about the clothing we wear? “The Green Wardrobe Guide – Finding EcoChic Fashions That Look Great and Help Save the Planet” illuminates the connection between our clothes, the planet, and those who produce the fabrics. Learn about organic cotton, hemp, bamboo, tencel, and other natural fabrics, how to extend ecofashion to our housewares and body products, and where to find sustainable eco-fashions. Discover shocking facts, and hear directly from experts in the field. Find out who is producing sustainably-or not, and be inspired by the current innovations.

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  • “If you wear clothes, this book tells you the essentials of what those clothes are made of, what’s sustainable or not, and, in a non-preachy way, gives you the power of understanding the deeper impacts of what you choose off the rack.”

    — Summer Rayne Oakes, Author of Style, Naturally and co-founder of LeSouk
  • “Whether you’re a seasoned eco-fashionista or you’re trying to suss out what sustainability in clothing means, Beth Fiteni’s book offers plenty of grist that is equal parts informative and entertaining.”

    — Jasmin Malik Chua, Ecouterre

Beth Fiteni

Beth Fiteni, MSEL is the owner of Green Inside & Out, based in Long Island, New York. Fiteni has worked for over twenty years as a professional environmental advocate on toxins reduction and climate change. She holds a master of studies in environmental law, and is host of an award-winning environmental radio show. Fiteni lectures in both English and Spanish all over Long Island on green living, and has been featured in numerous media outlets such as News 12, WNBC News 4, Fios1, and Newsday. Fiteni was awarded the Long Island Sierra Club Environmentalist of the Year in 2017, and won the EPA’s Environmental Quality award 2010 for her work in co-creating educational materials on children’s environmental health (see See for her blog and more information on her work.