Ethical Fashion – The November Round Up

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Over at Consciously Sartorial and So Good So Cute, there is a great #SlowStreetStyle challenge. The challenge is open until the end of November, check out either blogs to out how to join in.

Susie of Style Bubble is probably one of the most influential of fashion bloggers so it is fabulous to see her posting about sustainability in fashion in her post Making the World a Better Place.

On 26th November Hubbub is delighted to be hosting a Refashion Day at Makerversity, Somerset House, curated by The Good Wardrobe. The day will kick off at midday with a drop in Sew It Forward session, the frock-friendly, style-hungry initiative from The Good Wardrobe which encourages people to share sewing, knitting and mending skills. Guests are invited to bring a garment in need of some TLC and learn how to keep it looking good for longer. Find out more on The Good Wardrobe.

If you are a healthy living blogger and would like to discover lots of new blogs to follow, you should definitely check out this list Top 60 British Healthy Living Bloggers over at Curiously Conscious.

Want to shop ethically this Christmas but not sure where to start? New ethical marketplace, Ethical Box are holding a pop up shop just off Brick Lane on 29th and 30th November. Check out their website for more information.

Buying less is definitely the most sustainable choice and in the latest post by Danielle L. Vermeer, you can find out how to winterise your wardrobe without buying anything new.

Also on the subject of buying less, Jennine Jacob over at IFBhas also written a fab post on Six Things For Personal Style Bloggers To Do Before Buying New Clothes.

Last but not least don’t forget to enter our November outfit Challenge #SecondhandFirst before 16th November. I look forward to seeing your outfit!

Ceri writes at Style Eyes Ethical Fashion Blog and is the founder of style-is.co.uk. You can find her on twitter @StyleEyes.

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