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Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Emma Loewe
mbg Senior Sustainability Editor By Emma Loewe
mbg Senior Sustainability Editor
Emma Loewe is the Senior Sustainability Editor at mindbodygreen and the author of "Return to Nature: The New Science of How Natural Landscapes Restore Us."

Spring has officially sprung (In New York, at least), and nothing screams "wardrobe revamp" like the start of a new season. Wearable greenery has quickly become trendy, and for good reason—take a look at these unique accessories that bring a little bit of the garden into your closet.

Terrarium Waterdrop, With Roots

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by With Roots

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Geometric Necklace, Wearable Planter

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by Wearable Planter

Succulent Cuff Bracelet, Passionflower

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by Chelsea Brown Photography

Terrarium Curve Necklace, With Roots

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by With Roots

Black Lapel Pin, Wearable Planter

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by Wearable Planter

Succulent Statement Necklace, Passionflower

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by Amanda Dumouchelle Photography

Brass Bullet Terrarium, With Roots

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by With Roots

Hexagonal Necklace, Wearable Planter

Check Out These Insanely Cool Wearable Plants

Photo by Wearable Planter

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