You’re on the path to building a more conscious closet, one that reflects your personal style, your values, and your needs - we celebrate you! It takes commitment, dedication, and inspiration — speaking of which, it always helps to find others who have paved the way.
If you’re on the hunt for fashion forward, up-to-date and trendy style that doesn’t compromise on sustainability, ethics, or environmental impact, following the right blogs can make the process seem less daunting.
Not sure how to incorporate a sustainable wardrobe into your daily lifestyle?
Looking for online stores with sustainable fashion that fits your budget?
Wondering where to get vegan leather shoes or bags?
Search no further! Here is a selection of our favorite ethical fashion blogs that we love reading, sharing, and following.
Kathleen, or Kat, has been blogging about sustainable fashion for over a DECADE. Her opinions and ideas are fabulous, and come from a truly global perspective. She was born in Montreal, lived in the Netherlands, and now resides in the United States.
Kat covers everything from fashion, to make up and beauty, motivation, and even recipes! Safe to say this is your one-stop shop for your conscious lifestyle needs.
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Visit the blog: http://www.fashionwithaconscience.org/
Slow fashion lovers— this is for you! The objective of this beautifully curated and designed website is to help its audience ‘Wear their Values’, and we LOVE that! Everything about the blog is chic, minimal, and polished. Kellie, the author, has documented her journey in building an ethical closet. She is an incredible story teller and her blogs call attention to the story of the brand.
For those looking to build an ethical capsule wardrobe, you’d be hard pressed to find a more suitable guide than Wholehearted Wardrobe.
Check it out here: https://wholeheartedwardrobe.com
Here’s an online destination for sustainable fashion, green beauty and an eco-friendly lifestyle. The author, Natalie, believes that fashion can, and should, exist responsibly so people can enjoy the art behind what they wear. Everything on her site is personalized and practical so that you can walk the talk when it comes to sustainable living.
As a new mom, Natalie has also begun expanding her expertise to baby products and baby care that fits her lifestyle, so this is an added bonus.
Check it out here: https://www.sustainably-chic.com/blog/
The Green Hub is an Australian sustainable fashion and lifestyle blog, directory, and digital magazine that shares brands, research, guides, and practical tips to help empower you to make lifestyle choices which are kinder to people and the planet.
This expertly crafted website and online store will help you pick the best of the best when it comes to sustainable fashion. We absolutely love their eco-friendly swimwear curation! The Green Hub also includes a lot of great information about fabrics, fashion supply chains, and more so that you can truly be informed about the choices you make.
Check it out here: http://thegreenhubonline.com/category/fashion/
Jennifer truly is an eco warrior princess— she has been blogging about sustainable fashion for over ten years, and has truly found a voice in the field of fashion, beauty, wellness, and business too!
In her words, “We’re moving beyond the granola-hippie cliche and dismantling ethical elitism, to bring you media that matters.” Her blog goes beyond just being a content platform, it’s a media business that supports conscious brands and gives them a voice in this crowded world.
Check it out here: https://ecowarriorprincess.net/category/fashion/
Seasons + Salt believes in styling real life— it’s perfect for those looking for everyday fashion information packaged in an easy-to-follow format. The great thing about Seasons + Salt is the large collection of reviews; here you’ll find a review on practically anything in the sustainable fashion universe. The perfect white tee, denim shorts, cashmere sweaters, boots, and even home appliances!
The blog also features some great fitness and travel content, which we think is the icing on this delicious cake.
Check it out here: https://www.seasons-and-salt.com/
EcoCult is a curious, thoughtful, science-based view into the international sustainable fashion industry. Its editor-in-chief, Alden Wicker, is a freelance journalist and sustainable fashion expert. Her work has been featured in leading press like the New York Times, Quartz, Vox, Refinery29 and others.
EcoCult and its contributors publish industry explainers and shopping guides for anyone who wants the latest sustainable fashion and travel information.
Check it out here: https://ecocult.com/category/fashion-2/
8. Global Garbs
Global Garbs is an online magazine for fashion change-makers. A community of inspired, eco-conscious individuals that don’t shy away from facing the facts. Their blogs feature content for entrepreneurs, which is a much-needed niche for those in the process of building a sustainable, ethical brand (not just in fashion).
Their impressive collection of brand interviews features conversations with founders and a unique insight into their story, product, and values. If you’re looking for some eco-friendly, entrepreneurial inspiration; this is your place.
Check it out here: https://www.globalgarbs.com/
In case we’ve missed your favorite sustainable fashion and lifestyle blog, let us know! We’re always looking to expand our list. This is a great starting point for anyone that wants to know more, do more, and create a positive impact on the world around them. Wherever you are in your journey, keep going. You’re doing great!
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