Last spring, retailer H&M launched their first entirely eco-friendly clothing line, and now we have some photos of their new fall collection!
The Conscious Collection contains items made from sustainable and recycled materials, including organic cotton and linen, recycled polyester, and Tencel. The line is part of the retailer's effort to only use organic cotton by 2020.
While the spring collection contained lightweight and breezy all-white pieces, this season's offerings are definitely fall-appropriate, with items that include lots of dark floral prints, ladylike embroidering, unique embellishments and cozy knitwear.
The fall Conscious Collection will be available in select stores starting on October 6th and although specific prices haven't been released yet, they will most likely be in the same range as other items sold at H&M.
Want to see what some of the items will look like? Here's a sneak peek, courtesy of H&M via nitro:licious: (Click each photo to enlarge.)
What do you think of this collection? Will you be checking it out at H&M? Which piece is your favorite? Do you try to buy eco-friendly clothes? Remember to leave a comment bellow and let is know your thoughts!