Mother Earth knows best.
What: Dainty burlesque-inspired undies and tops made of bamboo and organic cotton blends.
Why: It’s what’s underneath that counts.
Where: Online at urbanfoxeco.com.
What: Write your own digital-style greetings on this jazzy stationery crafted from 100 percent recycled paper by the green enthusiasts at Yellow Owl Workshop in San Fran.
Why: They’re the original text message.
Where: Online at curiosityshoppeonline.com.
What: Handmade home goods and chunky jewelry from villages in Thailand, Brazil, South Africa, India, and more. A portion of sales go to the Global Fund for Women.
Why: You’re high Societé.
Where: Online at tribalsociete.com.
What: The Louisville, Kentucky-based outfit stocks ecofriendly wares galore, from hypoallergenic washing powders to organic dog beds.
Why: It’s easy (and affordable) bein’ green.
Where: Online at sustainstores.com.
Tatine Cathedral Candles
What: Little beeswax torches help support beekeepers in the U.S. Plus, 95 percent of the packaging is made from recycled materials.
Why: The orange sanguine variety is said to be an aphrodisiac.
Where: Online at tatinecandles.com.