Going green usually means sacrificing the comforts of a regular lifestyle, like giving up A/C, or, in the case of A.C., sex. Helping you save the planet without sacrificing comfortable style, Knowledge Cotton Apparel
Outta the deep of Denmark, KCA's a rugged-casual menswear operation hoping to "save the environment from 150 tons of pesticides, chemicals and fertilizers by the year 2015" by making their full line of duds exclusively out of organic cotton, then apparently selling lots and lots of clothes. The Fall drop starts with bundle-up garments including shawl-collar sweaters like the Keld (in white or blue with horizontal stripes and their owl logo across the chest), crewnecks, and cardigans such as the vintage collared Ludwig, avail in navy or gray cableknit and fastened with bulky "shank buttons", also Martha Stewart's secret to jailhouse chic. For optimal layering there's a full range of b-downs, from slim-fit checkered jobs (in blue/white or red/blue) to "super-soft" eye-catching plaids, with a few work-ready oxfords for good measure, and decency's accounted for by slim-fit low-rise chinos (in red, green, blue, beige, and navy) imbued with "60s styling and a preppy feel", aka the Connecti Cut
Unable to be expounded upon here're reams of henleys, hoodies, beanies, scarves, and even briefs, also the length of any conversations you might have with A.C., considering how little you have in common.