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Today, we're sending special Earth Day wishes to our beautiful planet! That's right. Monday, April 22nd is Earth Day 2024, and to celebrate the occasion, we thought it appropriate to round up some of favorite brands' green(er) pieces – figuratively speaking.

We're not fools. We know that the fashion industry and the environment are nowhere near the bestest of friends. But we figure that if you're gonna shop anyway, might as well opt for products that feature some dedication to the cause and that you'll hopefully enjoy longterm.

And if nothing else, this outfit guide for Earth Day 2024 will go to prove just how diverse more responsible fashion can be; how we're way past the point of scratchy beige burlap linens.

How to Slay (Somewhat) More Sustainably:

Marine Serre Regenerated Denim Baseball Cap

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Marine SerreRegenerated Denim Baseball Cap
$119
Buy at Luisaviaroma

Next to the moon-pattern that covers this dad cap, Marine Serre is also – and more importantly – known to work with deadstock fabric in her collections. A proven innovator when it comes to merging an appreciation for the art of fashion with a sense of awareness for the business' flaws and how to better them.

Arc'teryx Light Jacket

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Arc'teryxSpere Light Jacket
$400
Buy at Arc'teryx

As a Canadian outerwear supplier for hiking and the like, there is a certain notion of nature-connectedness inherent to Arc'teryx. This overshirt proves said point particularly well, seeing as it's made from recycled materials.

Acne Studios Cardigan

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Acne StudiosArgyle Jacquard Cardigan
$540
Buy at Acne Studios

Made of a blend of responsibly sourced and recycled materials, this argyle-printed sweater is perfect for spring layering, and features the Swedish brand's signature face-motif in a fun but only-upon-second-look way.

Nanushka Vegan Leather Shirt

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NanushkaWhipstitch Collar Vegan Leather Shirt
$441
Buy at Farfetch

Befitting the much-discussed Western theme, Nanushka's kinky faux leather button-up should banish any doubt regarding conscious apparel's alleged lack of edge.

A.P.C. Recycled Denim Shorts

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A.P.C.Recycled Denim Shorts
$146
Buy at Luisaviaroma

Shorts weather is fast approaching, so you better get yourself a trustworthy, evergreen – no pun intended, but might as well – pair of them, like these A.P.C.s, before it really heats up and all the good ones are gone.

Dickies 874 Work Pants

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Dickies874 Work Pants
$63
Buy at Luisaviaroma

Same thing goes for those of you not into revealing your calves. If you choose a lighter color, a long pant is just as summery as a shortened one – and if the composition entails recycled fabric, as is the case with these classic Dickies, even better.

adidas Samba

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adidasSamba OG Shoes
$100
Buy at adidas US

Sambas are everywhere, truly. If you love the shoe but'd prefer a version of them less prominent, how about these cool minty ones? As part of their CSR, adidas has committed to crafting shoes like them with at least 20% recycled materials. Even Mother Earth'll find it hard to resist the hype.

ASICS Gel-Kayano 14

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ASICSGel-Kayano White/Malachite Green
$197
Buy at asics

A bestseller adorned in piercing green gel and panel detailing, these Asics not only look the part but do it, too: they were manufactured under optimized production circumstances that reduced water usage by 33% and carbon emissions by approximately 45%.

KEEN Uneek Sandals

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KEENUneek Sandals
$109
Buy at Slam Jam

KEEN have for long been a Sneaker Head's sandal of choice – a choice to remain satisfied with in light of their ongoing involvement in benevolent activities of all sorts.

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