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Sustainable Stockings

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by Emma Elwin on 12 October, 2017

First off, I must admit I’ve always hated stockings, and I still don’t like them very much. But I figured I just had to make friends with them, since they keep me warm in the winter and let me walk around in dresses and skirts even when it’s snowy outside.
Unfortunately, stockings aren’t known for their durability, so when choosing, go for a pair made from recycled yarn. My favorites are the ones in 60 denier from Swedish Stockings. They’re made from 100% recycled materials in zero waste, solar powers factories. Pretty great, right?


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