Spiritex Review

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Have an intimate relationship with your clothing since it touches every part of your body, just as every bit of the manufacturing process impacts the earth.

All Spiritex apparel is locally designed and sewn, their organic cotton fabric is knitted by them in western North Carolina.

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Butterfly wings have been photographed and been beautifully rendered from recycled micro poly using p.e.t. yarn with their Butterfly Tunic ($124). This is what I gathered from their web-site. I'm not exactly sure what all of that means, but I do know that this has to be one of the most beautiful and unique tunics I've ever worn!

They currently offer 6 different styles - Monarch, Tiger, Tropical Blue, Swallowtail Brown, Blue Glow, and Rainforest Green. I immediately opted for the Rainforest Green because of the picturesque and earthy colors. I was not the least bit of disappointed when I finally received my tunic, because it looks exactly like the tunic featured on their site. However, it doesn't come with a belt to cinch it, but this didn't pose as a problem for me since I have several of those. I like that one size fits all. Therefore, it fits me perfectly! It feels cool and breezy against the skin, which makes it perfect for this extremely hot and sweltering summer we've been experiencing this year.

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Juliet Dress $98
Available in Black, Flemish Blue, or Cranberry

Monarch Skirt $168

Penny Dress $130

Ginger Dress $130

Marilyn Dress $178

Unknown said...

Love these dresses! Finally, some that don't look like they came out of Elle or Harper Bazaar! Who really wears that stuff? I am a new follower from the Sunday Blog Hop. I am following your blog thru GFC, Twitter and Facebook. I would really appreciate a follow back on all three when you get a chance. Thanks so very much and have a great week!


Joanna said...

I love love love the Juliet dress!

Good Girl Gone Green said...

Those dresses look beautiful and they are Eco-friendly...bonus!

Liz Mays said...

They really do look like butterflies!