I come from the land of mostly sun and thick air…soft, cool fabrics are a must…most of the year.  That is why this new line from Canada, LNBF, caught my attention.  Because they use predominately bamboo to fashion their clothing. They are a small Canadian fashion label which marries style and sustainablity.  “We combine eco-friendly bamboo and organic cotton fabrics with comfort and versatility – especially designed for busy women over 40. Our goal is to inspire future generations (our kids, and our grandchildren) to create a more sustainable world – starting with the clothes we wear.”

On Monday, I told you how much I love my bamboo sheets…they are so soft; and cooler in the heat, warmer in the cold.  These clothes from LNBF have the same feel to them…and beautiful design.

This COCOON JACKET has a touch of edge with the studs, but an excellent fit and feel for my wardrobe.

Here are some important FACTS ABOUT LBNF:

* They work with Oeko-Tex certified suppliers to ensure no harmful substances are used in the textiles.
*Bamboo crops are certified organic by the OCIA
*Bamboo yields 10X more material per acre than conventional cotton (taking up less precious agricultural farm land)
*Bamboo does not need irrigation, uses 2/3 less water than conventional cotton to grow (another precious resource)
*Their mills used a ‘closed-loop’ process, so any solvents used in the manufacturing process are reused and not released into the environment
*Our bamboo viscose is ultra-soft, thermo-regulating and breathable – perfect for people with eczema, sensitive or dry skin…OR PRONE TO HOT FLASHES

This is a line you should check out if you want to give bamboo a try! 

Now for exciting news…While I was getting accustomed to self-employment I took a hiatus from co-hostessing with Katie on her Favorite Things Blog Hop!  Next week I will officially return as a co-hostess and I am very excited to join the team yet again.  For today, I am linking up with this fun hop, HERE


Have a joyful day!

Disclaimer:  I was provided this garment, but the words and opinions are my own. 

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