Eco fashion is becoming a niche of style influence and it is not only reserved for women. Fashion designers are using sustainable fabrics and recycled materials to produce clothing which appeals to everyone. The view of organic clothing or eco fashion can emote one's of hippies wearing unflattering clothes which are itchy and have no range of motion but this is not the case. Eco-fashion has evolved and men can own a piece or two of organic cotton shirts, parrafin waxed canvas or even recycled rubber from tires for shoes. Consider the Miami based company, Rubbs, which makes bracelets, loafers and wraps from recycled rubber. The bracelets are comfortable and the loafers fit a man who wishes to leave the suit in the office and enjoy a walk around town for the day. Men wearing sandals isn't recommended unless he lives on the beach or is at the beach for the day, so the long-standing company Riudavets makes timeless sandals with spanish leather and recycled car tire soles.
Also a sense of style isn't only confined to a person's wardrobe but in their grooming habits. Acclaimed waxing salon the Stript Wax Bar has created a 100% vegan soap called "The Bro Bar" for men. For only $9.00 it is a multi-function soap that can be used to shower but also shave and shampoo one's self. This can save a man enormous amounts of money in buying hair care products and shaving creams. As customer's increasingly buy items online, these independent businesses are another option for men to widen their wardrobe choices and develop their individual style. It lends to part of what style is--wearing things that make a person feel comfortable to be themselves and contributing to the environment would fit into that. At the bottom are websites which feature eco fashion companies and their product lines: