Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) April 24, 2007
This week, Green Living Classic Collections (http://www.greenlivingclassiccollections.com) announced its Grand Opening. A new online store specializing in women's business attire and other classic style clothing and accessories, GLCC is uniquely dedicated to providing garments and accessories steeped in traditional style, but made of organic or other environmentally friendly materials and processes.
Green Living Classic Collections carries inventory from long-term, well-established manufacturers and suppliers who are known for their quality, environmentally friendly clothing, such as Ecolution and CottonfieldUSA. The online store also features designers who focus on superior quality, traditional style clothing, such as Dash Hemp and Earth Speaks. The store offers a wide range of inventory, including suits, separates, dresses, classic casuals, lingerie, and accessories. It also provides a wide range in prices so that it is affordable to everyone from the college intern to the Wall Street magnate.
Monica Coleman, an environmental expert who runs the "Let's Talk Waterways" Program (http://www.letstalkwaterways.com) helped to establish the business. "I am thrilled that more and more textile manufacturers are going 'Green' as peoples' environmental interests grow", she explains, "but finding environmentally friendly business clothing can be difficult and time consuming. It can also be confusing", she adds, "as most people don't realize that you can buy something marked 'organic cotton' that contains toxic chemicals and hazardous dyes that are added during the manufacturing process."
Green Living Classic Collections (http://www.greenlivingclassiccollections.com/about) not only provides easy access to women's high quality, environmentally friendly business attire and classic collections, it also serves as a resource of information for the public to learn what it truly means to be an "environmentally friendly" garment.
About Monica Coleman and the "Let's Talk Waterways Program"
Monica Coleman, JD, is an Associate with Public Sector Consulting Group, where she helps communities throughout North America tackle their waterway clean-up and marine wildlife conservation efforts. Ms. Coleman also hosts the "Let's Talk Waterways Radio Show" and is a Consultant to "Green Living Classic Collections." She has a Bachelors of Science degree from The Johns Hopkins University and a law degree from the University of Maryland, as well as training from nationally acclaimed watershed management experts and grant search agencies.