Green products tend to be so expensive that saving the Earth through buying them could easily turn you into a pauper -- and as urban-chic as warming your hands over a barrel of burning garbage might be, it's apparently not environmentally friendly. Save the planet for less -- and look roguishly handsome doing it -- with Loomstate's new line at Target®.
Loomstate's a full line of subtly eco-repping casual wear from Scott Hahn and award-winning designer Rogan Gregory, a caring and compassionate man despite a name that sounds like an Irish ninja. The line's crafted entirely from sustainable materials like linen, silk, and 100% certified organic cotton fiber, but sold at prices so reasonable, you'd think far cheaper elements were used, like plastic, or ticket stubs from that post-environmental apocalypse movie -- no, not that one, the one with the rampaging marauders on jet skis, and somebody probably had gills or something. Wardrobe staples range from washed denim, to hoodies, to board shorts, to iconic tees imprinted with images of baobab trees, known for their ability to thrive in dry climates, and for being constantly misspelled in book reports on The Little Prince.
To check out the line, hit Target.com/loomstate. You can also buy from the site, recommended if you've burned all your old clothes, and want to save the Earth from seeing you zipping all over town naked.