Fall is here and so are new Eco Friendly hemp wear to keep us women warm!
You all know I am in love with hemp as it is the most eco friendly clothing material out there. As the crisp cool weather is settling in fast this year, it’s time to stock up on warmer clothes while being mindful of the environment. Don’t forget, hemp is also hypoallergenic and non irritating to the skin. When mixed with organic cotton, it is the most comfortable cool weather material you can wear.
Here is the new stylish hemp fall lineup from Amazon!
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Here we have a very stylish beginning fall layering sweater from prAna. I love prAna! This sweater is made of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton. This sweater would look great layered with your eco friendly athleisure wear (my favorite athleisure selection).
How many women out there have worn a men’s sweater and wish they had one? This sweater is actually made for men but women are so jealous they don’t have one! Here is your chance to get your own. Here is the material: Hemp/recycled polyester/Lenzing Tencel (r) blend fleece. So cozy and warm!
This sweater makes me think of pumpkin pie and thanksgiving. I’m wearing this one for the holiday dinner parties! 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton blend.
Here come the cozy warm hemp jogger pants. I have a feeling the length in this pants will go down to the ankles for my fellow shorter women out there. I have not bought this one yet but someone let me know the length on these when you do! Materials: 53% hemp, 44% recycled polyester, 3% spandex
For those looking for a casual, small and flattering jacket, this is for you. I love this look! Material: 54% hemp, 44% Lenzing Tencel, 2% spandex.
There are not many options in hemp for women in clothing out there right now. The options will grow as we support the businesses in hemp right now. As soon as more hemp clothing options come out, I will be sure and share them!
Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields? – Henry Ford