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10 Sustainable Fashion Bloggers Rocking Guilt-Free Style

by Jessica Bond
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Fashion is an integral part of many people’s lives, allowing them to express themselves in ways words cannot. Being sustainable and ethical while also staying stylish has become the hottest trend in the fashion industry to combat climate change and take a stance against fast fashion. If you’re looking for some ethical inspiration, check out these 10 sustainable fashion bloggers who are making it look easy.

1. Natalie Kay 

Natalie Kay is the founder of Sustainably Chic and a fashion industry veteran. After deciding she could not stay in the industry if she weren’t able to speak about what is passionate about – sustainable fashion, she created her Sustainably Chic. Since 2014, her blog consists of everything ethical from green beauty products to wedding ideas for brides who are looking for some inspiration.

2. Andrea Hartman 

Although not a fashion industry professional, Andrea Hartman, the founder of Seasons and Salt, is a creator at heart. Her blog features sustainable, ethical, and independent designers, and offers a different perspective to approach the fashion industry. She shows her thoughts on mainstream brands, advice on where to shop, and how to transition your clothing from season to season. 

4. Elizabeth Joy 

Elizabeth Joy, the founder of Conscious Life & Style, was a fashion enthusiast at a young age. But it wasn’t until the Rana Plaza Factory collapse that she understood the systemic issues within the industry. This led her to get involved with Fashion Revolution—a global non-profit started by The Fashion Revolution Foundation. Joy creates content for those who are looking to gain insight on the ethical fashion industry and find brands that they feel comfortable supporting. 

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1 Turtleneck 3 Ways ——> which one is your favorite combo? ✨ . I used to never wear turtlenecks before I got this secondhand Everlane one on ThredUP but the piece has become one of the most worn in my closet… and now I feel like I would live in turtlenecks all winter long if I could! . Here are my three favorite ways to style this black turtleneck: 1⃣ Tucked into a pencil skirt (this one is a secondhand knit skirt from St John’s.. it was an *amazing* score from a Chicago consignment shop!) + silver necklace + sneakers 2⃣ With a red silky loose jacket + silver necklace + black leggings/pants + boots 3⃣ With a fitted black blazer + necktie scarf + black leggings/pants + sneakers . And there are SO many other turtleneck combos I love… I might do an entire IGTV styling video about it if you all would find that helpful!(?) Anyone else obsessed with turtlenecks as much as I am? 🙋‍♀️

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4. Jennifer Joyce 

Mi Style Su Style is not your average sustainable fashion blog. In 2019, Jennifer Joyce committed to making the fashion industry a more ethical industry. She is continuously researching ways for fashion brands to become more honest and how others can make their wardrobe more sustainable. Her style perfectly combines Puerto Rican heritage with her slow-fashion aesthetic. 

5. Chloe Alysee

Sustainable fashion blogger Chloe Alysse decided to do one final “closet purge” of everything she hated in her closet. This led to her creating the perfect capsule wardrobe, consisting of earth tones and fun fabrics. Her blog, Chloe Alysse, inspires others to find their ideal wardrobe based on their style that is both ethical and stylish. 

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My office space is finally done!!! 😍 I've worked remotely for the past several years, but I've never taken the time to really invest in my working space and make it cute and practical all at once! Thankfully I finally finished making final adjustments over the weekend. 🥰 I love having just enough for it to be an inspiring space, but also not too much that I get overwhelmed. ⠀ ⠀ My biggest issue was hiding cords and other clutter that can easily pile up, so I was really excited to find a solution with the Ikea cart that you can see if you scroll through to the end (and try to spot me and my tripod in my monitor reflection while you're at it 🤪). It keeps papers and writing utensils away but still easily accessible! ⠀ ⠀ Huge thanks to @gantri, @georgeandwilly, and @thecraftedprints for gifting their beautiful products that you see tagged. I love them all so much!!! Let me know if you have any questions about them. 👇🏼⠀ ⠀ P.S. @thecraftedprints is offering 15% off of their sustainably printed art with the code CHLOE15 if you're looking to spruce up your space! 💗

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6. Aditi Mayer 

Aditi Mayer is one of the most famous sustainable fashion bloggers in the industry today. Mayer became involved in the movement when she saw the lack of intersectionality and representation in the sustainable fashion movement. She decided she must step in. Her blog, ADIMAY, has evolved in not only talking about the importance of intersectionality in sustainable fashion but the importance of living a socially conscious lifestyle. 

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Today in textile diaries: let’s talk hemp 🌿⁣ ⁣ Fashion’s dire environmental crisis isn’t a secret anymore, and hemp is one of our most valuable textiles. #Hemp is:⁣ ⁣ • A carbon negative crop because it actually absorbs CO2 from the air⁣ ⁣ • Can be produced with half the amount of water and land in comparison to cotton and has thrice the tensile strength ⁣ ⁣ • Doesn’t strip the soil of nutrients, and even returns 60-70% of all nutrients back into the soil⁣ ⁣ Cherished by ancient civilizations, hemp is slowly making it's way to the mainstream. ⁣ ⁣ FILE UNDER: Sustainable fashion isn’t about reinventing the wheel, it’s about returning to ancestral + indigenous wisdom— especially when it comes to fashion fibers + fabrics. ⁣⁣ ⁣ Hemp jumpsuit by @unitedbyblue #unitedbybluepartner

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7. Kestrel Jenkins McGill 

Kestrel Jenkins McGill is the host of Conscious Chatter. This podcast allows for open dialogue about the future of sustainable fashion and how we are all able to make a positive impact. Jenkins has always had a love for vintage style, and with her degrees in global studies and international journalism from Hamline University, she can take her passions around the world.

8. Kathleen Elie

Kathleen Elie is the face behind the Instagram and Youtube account @consciousnchic. Known for her tagline, “live your best sustainable life,” her Instagram offers words of encouragement with her vibrant style choices. Be sure to check out her YouTube channel. Here, she gives tips and tricks on being vegan as well as ethical makeup products to try.

9. Courtney Street 

Courtney Street effortlessly combines her tomboy style with her sustainable fashion choices, all with a good cup of coffee in hand. Known for oversized tees and denim jackets, Street is staying true to herself. While also striving to make the most out of her minimalist lifestyle. As the co-founder of Flashlight Coffee Company, she knows the importance of being sustainable and approachable in every aspect of life. 

10. Jasmine Rose 

Jasmine Rose began her vegan journey in February 2016. She showcases her love for sustainable fashion as well as the importance of living a healthy, beautiful life. For those who are looking for make-up inspiration or even wanting inspiration on where to travel post-pandemic, check out her Instagram

Regardless of your individual style, these sustainable fashion bloggers stay true to themselves and advocate for a cleaner, greener tomorrow.

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