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Topshop's Eco-Friendly Collection Doesn't Look a Bit Recycled

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Topshop and Reclaim to Wear have banded together for the second installment of their sustainable collab collection. It features four pieces, all made out of discarded floral prints from previous seasons, and, staying true to the roots of both brands, the whole collection was produced in Britain. And bonus: It runs for under $150, so you don't have to choose between your closet and the earth's closet. Check it out above and shop the environmentally friendly collection here—Callia Hargrove
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