TODAY IS THE LAST DAY! You only have until midnight tonight to enter!

We believe in second chances. If you didn’t win a $200 eco-shopping spree at Indigenous the first time around, here’s another opportunity to snag some of the company’s fair-trade and organic knitwear, gratis. Handmade by women artisans who are guaranteed a living wage, each piece comprises natural and organic fibers, environmentally friendly dyes, and finely honed attention to detail. Plus, everything is super-snuggly, whether they’re cowl-neck pullovers made from 100 percent organic cotton or intarsia-knit hoodies derived from free-range alpaca wool. Don’t think twice—enter now to win!


1. SIGN UP FOR THE ECOUTERRE NEWSLETTER. (This is important because we’ll be announcing our winner there.)


3. LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW BY TONIGHT telling us which pieces on Indigenous’s website are your favorites. Although it doesn’t hurt to get fancy, we’ll be picking a winner at random.

Note: This contest is open only to residents of the United States.

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We’ll announce the winner in our newsletter on Wednesday, December 26. The deadline to enter is 12 midnight ET TODAY Friday, December 21, so ENTER NOW for a chance to win!


Founded over 13 years ago, Scott Leonard and Matt Reynolds have turned Indigenous into a pioneer for fair-trade and organic clothing in the eco-fashion industry. Indigenous is rooted in the belief that clothing can be fashionable, yet kind to the environment by using low-impact dyes and supportive of the the people who make the clothes by preserving fair-trade wages and artisan cooperatives.

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Originally published on Dec. 10, 2012.