Need Project Alabama clothing at a discount?

Need Project Alabama clothing at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.

Links to search results for this brand are below:

Bizrate/Shopzilla - Project Alabama

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SUMMARY: With a creative team based out of Alabama, this designer label strives to produce clothing that is as pure and authentic as it is wearable. The entire production process for this designer label involves environmentally-friendly dyes and natural fibers among other things, appealing widely to the eco-minded shopper. The clothing offered by this label ranges from jackets and skirts, and there is even a new line of popular t-shirts, called Green T. While there are retailers who carry the label in major cities throughout the country and the world, this label maintains a limited presence online and on eBay. There is but one display at Shopstyle as of this writing.

FROM THE BLOGS: My assumption was that with a name like this brand's name, you own your internet presence. I never would have imagine the word combination that makes up this brand's name and I don't imagine that any other entity has a similar name. What I was wasn't ready for was the number of times that the end of one sentence ends with the word "Project" and the beginning of the next sentence begins with the word "Alabama". It's amazing and bizarre how often this happens. Sentence combinations like these make up the the majority of results of the first page of blog search results. There is however, a blog listed on the first page that discussed the relaunch of this brand and their 2011 collection. Perhaps some type of business interruptions explains why they are not more prominently displayed on the first of Google blog search results. The blog post had a link to the brand's website, which I clicked. That revealed a really unusual message from someone at the company, presumably the webmaster asking everybody, I suppose, to stop hotlinking their easing script. I found that to be really, really odd, but since this is an eco-conscious brand then maybe they prefer to do their customer contact a bit differently as well. More conventionally, there is a post on the next page that describes one of their sample sales in New York in April of some non-specific year.