Win $200 Worth of Fab Yoga Apparel from Synergy Clothing

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One lucky EcoSalon reader will win $200 worth of Synergy clothing—fashion forward clothing and yoga apparel for women. Want a chance to win? Read on for the details.

Synergy is the creative manifestation of designer Kate Fisher. After an eye-opening trip (third eye included) to Nepal and India in 1993, she created Synergy clothing “in the spirit of adventure and with the vision of being a synergy of both Eastern and Western design influences.”

A family-inspired operation, Fisher and husband Henry Schwab have worked hard to integrate Kate’s passion for textile design and clothing, with his experiences working with GreenPeace and Phish’s touring division of The Waterwheel Foundation. It’s apparent in the company’s mission: ” Synergy Organic Clothing creates fashion forward clothing and yoga apparel for women. Always striving to be mindful and conscious in every facet of our business, we produce sustainable and organic fair trade clothing that lets you look and feel your best. Radiate effortless style while treading gently on the Earth.”

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Now, 20 years after her first trip to Nepal, Fisher spent time with 150 of the women who do the handwork for Synergy. “I feel responsible and honored to be able to help provide an income for so many people in Nepal, especially women.” she said. “I feel really good about Synergy making a global impact and helping support people all over the world. I want to keep improving what we are doing so we can continue to grow and expand in a healthy way, that will also help serve the planet.”

And you can experience the goodness of Synergy for yourself! To enter to win the $200 gift certificate, all you have to do is sign up for the EcoSalon newsletter. One winner will be selected at random. The contest runs until December 20th. To enter, sign up here. Good luck!

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