By Published On: 5 May 2011464 words3 min read

Hemp History Week is raging all this week at Your Daily Vegan!  So far we’ve talked about the history of hemp, amazing hemp foods, and hemp products.  Today we’re talkin’ fashion, hemp fashion that is.  Hemp has come a long way from the days of shapeless clothes and scratchy shoes.  These days hemp has been fashioned into furry, silky, cozy, comfort, and stylish clothes.

And spring is here or, it is in most places of the world (not in Ohio, of course- we can’t even get above 50 degrees here…sigh), so let’s look at some spring/summer collections made from hemp.

I love The Coco Dress from Mountains of the Moon.  It’s classic, yet modern.  I even love it with red tights, a purple sash (see!? I always tell people that red and purple match but no one believes me!), and grey ankle boots.  It’s totally chic.

Mountains of the Moon

The Coco Dress from Mountains of the Moon Photography Sylvia Karena Bouvier for Ame.

I also swooned when I saw the Taylor Pants from Mountains of the Moon. I am particularly fond of the cedar green, though the quarry blue is lovely too.

Mountain of the Moons

The Taylor Pant by Mountain of the Moons

Nomads Hemp Wear has been making stylish and quality hemp gear for ten years.  I’m completely smitten with pretty much everything in the spring/summer line.  Here are a few favorites:

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Duchess Tank from Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

Broadway Bloomers by Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

Kid Mahina Dress by Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Luxe Shirt from Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Crunch Tank from Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Mandala LS Shirt from Nomads Hemp Wear

Alternative Outfitters (love them for affordable sweet vegan fashion) is a Vegan Boutique that also sells hemp products. Check out these hemp shoes I found:

Simple Shoes Satire

Simple Shoes Satire Flat

Simple Shoes Carport Shoes

Simple Shoes Carport Shoes

More hemp designs comes to us straight out of Los Angeles from The Hempress herself, Linda Montellano Werner and her line Think Substance. I like it because it’s made up of extremely wearable clothes. I’m thinking that I pretty much NEED this ‘Hemp Can Save the Planet’ shirt.

Hemp Can Save the Planet

I haven’t even touched the surface of great hemp fashion in this post. I didn’t get to tell you how awesome Hemp Hoodlamb is, or how you can find hemp clothing at Cow Jones Vegan Boutique.  I also didn’t mention Hempmania even though they have tons of bags.  There are just too many hemp fashion designers, clothing stores, and online boutiques to list.  That’s because hemp is in great fashion everywhere!  It spans from wallets, belts, dresses, and coats all the way to ties, shoes, and bags. It’s cruelty-free, eco-friendly, and looks hot. That’s my kind of clothes!

[box] KD Traegner is an unapologetic vegan. She believes that animals besides us, and including us humans, have the fundamental right to a natural and free life. She is compassionate, believing that her choices matter, and she takes that power seriously. Her mission is simple: to bring the vegan evolution to the masses, connect vegans with other vegans, and support vegans in their own lives, as well as their advocacy work. She does that through the use of her website, Your Daily Vegan, and her big mouth. [/box]
By Published On: 5 May 2011464 words3 min read

Hemp History Week is raging all this week at Your Daily Vegan!  So far we’ve talked about the history of hemp, amazing hemp foods, and hemp products.  Today we’re talkin’ fashion, hemp fashion that is.  Hemp has come a long way from the days of shapeless clothes and scratchy shoes.  These days hemp has been fashioned into furry, silky, cozy, comfort, and stylish clothes.

And spring is here or, it is in most places of the world (not in Ohio, of course- we can’t even get above 50 degrees here…sigh), so let’s look at some spring/summer collections made from hemp.

I love The Coco Dress from Mountains of the Moon.  It’s classic, yet modern.  I even love it with red tights, a purple sash (see!? I always tell people that red and purple match but no one believes me!), and grey ankle boots.  It’s totally chic.

Mountains of the Moon

The Coco Dress from Mountains of the Moon Photography Sylvia Karena Bouvier for Ame.

I also swooned when I saw the Taylor Pants from Mountains of the Moon. I am particularly fond of the cedar green, though the quarry blue is lovely too.

Mountain of the Moons

The Taylor Pant by Mountain of the Moons

Nomads Hemp Wear has been making stylish and quality hemp gear for ten years.  I’m completely smitten with pretty much everything in the spring/summer line.  Here are a few favorites:

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Duchess Tank from Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

Broadway Bloomers by Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

Kid Mahina Dress by Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Luxe Shirt from Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Crunch Tank from Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads Hemp Wear

The Mandala LS Shirt from Nomads Hemp Wear

Alternative Outfitters (love them for affordable sweet vegan fashion) is a Vegan Boutique that also sells hemp products. Check out these hemp shoes I found:

Simple Shoes Satire

Simple Shoes Satire Flat

Simple Shoes Carport Shoes

Simple Shoes Carport Shoes

More hemp designs comes to us straight out of Los Angeles from The Hempress herself, Linda Montellano Werner and her line Think Substance. I like it because it’s made up of extremely wearable clothes. I’m thinking that I pretty much NEED this ‘Hemp Can Save the Planet’ shirt.

Hemp Can Save the Planet

I haven’t even touched the surface of great hemp fashion in this post. I didn’t get to tell you how awesome Hemp Hoodlamb is, or how you can find hemp clothing at Cow Jones Vegan Boutique.  I also didn’t mention Hempmania even though they have tons of bags.  There are just too many hemp fashion designers, clothing stores, and online boutiques to list.  That’s because hemp is in great fashion everywhere!  It spans from wallets, belts, dresses, and coats all the way to ties, shoes, and bags. It’s cruelty-free, eco-friendly, and looks hot. That’s my kind of clothes!

[box] KD Traegner is an unapologetic vegan. She believes that animals besides us, and including us humans, have the fundamental right to a natural and free life. She is compassionate, believing that her choices matter, and she takes that power seriously. Her mission is simple: to bring the vegan evolution to the masses, connect vegans with other vegans, and support vegans in their own lives, as well as their advocacy work. She does that through the use of her website, Your Daily Vegan, and her big mouth. [/box]

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  1. StaceyG May 6, 2011 at 8:27 am - Reply

    Wow, thanks for so many great links! I hope all the efforts of the annual Hemp History Week will pay off soon.