Eliza Starbuck, the sought after fashion designer, has released a series of convertible clothing. The range of clothing introduced incorporates longevity, eco friendly aspect and comfortability. The line of clothing launched is sure to appeal the fashionistas and stimulate their style statement. Starbuck showcased the convertible clothing line at the New York Fashion Week during the spring 2011 collection. Urban Outfitter has stacked the capsule collection both in stores and online. The designer series include Everything Halter, the Converter Pant, a Wrap Skirt-Dress, and the Coat-Dress. The Everything Halter can be adorned in varied ways or can also be worn as a hip-hugging skirt.
The unique line of clothing can be styled in multiple ways. Even after the multiple wear adjustment, Starbuck has stuck to the ideals of quality and comfort as also eco friendly clothing. The designer has utilized naturally-made and biodegradable fabrics like Hemp and Tencel. The environment friendly factor is stretched to the extent that the buttons are made up of Corozo nuts. The garment work is undertaken in nearby factories so that carbon footprints can be remarkably reduced and the workers can be provided a good working ambiance.
If you are already impressed, make the buying move right now as with the functionality and utility and the price tag starting at $89, the dress line is sure going out of stock very soon.
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