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In keeping with the dress talk from earlier today, I’m gonig to show you some fab gowns, which happen to be eco-friendly (bonus!).  And, in the next few weeks, I will be sharing some great gowns from other designers that happen to be eco-friendly, too.  It’s just a ltitle way I want to encourage you all to live a more earth conscious life, and know that being green can be stylish!

Our first designer spotlight is Justin Alexander and the new Pure collection.  Each of these gowns is made from organic fabrics featuring natural accents.  You can completely feel great about wearing these dresses, and feel great in them! All of the gowns featured in today’s post are part of the Spring 2010 collection.

This is a great dress for that “short dress” bride, or even as a getaway dress.

Justin Alexander via Chatterberries

This next one is a great classic, yet simple gown. Has a beautiful sweetheart neckline, with some simple beading detail just below the bust.

Justin Alexander via Chatterberries

The last featured dress is a great option for a beach or summer wedding. It has great beading detail around the neck, so much so in fact, that the bride would not have to wear a necklace at all. It is very similar to the first dress above.

Justin Alexander via Chatterberries

Have you thought about purchasing an eco-friendly gown? Or, even just incorporating little green/eco-friendly ideas?

Stay tuned next week for the next featured eco-friendly bridal gown designer.


  1. That second dress is beautiful!

  2. we should always look for eco-friendly products out there to help the environment.*-*

  3. we must concentrate more on eco-friendly materials and practices to help save the environment.,;*