Eco-Friendly Editor’s Picks

This is the last weekend to shop eco-friendly, upcycled, artisanal and community-focused goods that do good at our latest Pop-In@Nordstrom: TMRW TGTHR.

Keep reading to see some of our favorite items—plus several certified #menswear moments that have occurred recently on our sister blog, The Thread, amidst their TMRW TGTHR coverage. (Eco-friendly camo, South African desert boots and USA-made ingenuity await.)

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Above: This ECOALF jacket is made from upcycled trash—and features crucial double-zips.
[Read More | Shop ECOALF]



Conway Electric is dedicated to building a better extension cord—and making it in America. Note: These things come in matte black on black, too. [Read More | Shop Conway Electric]


Public Supply‘s website lets you learn about the exact classroom for which your purchase of impeccable-quality, USA-made writing tools helps buy supplies. [Read More | Shop Public Supply]


Sharp knives on Japanese indigo. Pioneer Square Pantry elevates cooking—and eating—to an art form. [Read More | Shop Pioneer Square Pantry]



Brother Vellies founder Aurora James and friends (including Kadeem Johnson, above) shot a series of photos just for us, showing how to wear their springbok velskoen shoes—the ancestors of modern-day desert boots. [Read More | Shop Brother Vellies]

Here are a few more of our favorites, to commence your socially conscious shopping:

 
L-R: Loomstate Organic Cotton Shirt | Made Solid Leather Tray | Krochet Kids Hand-Knit Beanie
Bambu Hemp-Denim Utensil Set | Jungmaven Hemp/Cotton Sweatshirt


L-R: ECOALF Upcycled Sneaker | Krochet Kids Sweatshirt | Morihata Binchotan Charcoal Sticks
Sangue ‘Broccolo’ Graphic T-shirt | Creative Growth Ink Drawing by Kim Clark

Shop more goods that do good—through this weekend only—
at Pop-In@Nordstrom: TMRW TGTHR

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