Vote for your Favourite International Ethical Fashion Brands

You may of noticed from our recent blog posts that the editorial team here at Ethical Fashion Bloggers have been busy posting about our favourite ethical designers from around the world. Jamillah of Made-to-travel.com has been sharing some of the most sustainable and stylish from New York, Davinia of Techstylista.com from Australia and myself from London (well nearby anyway!).

So now comes the fun bit. We would like you to get involved, to help us decide where in the world is the winner in the sustainable style stakes. All you need to do is follow us on Pinterest here, check out our International Ethical Fashion Board here and vote on which looks you like best by favouriting or sharing your favourite.

We would also love to see your favourites from whereever you are in the world so you can either post on your blog or create a look with their collections on Polyvore. Please let me know your email so that I can invite you to pin on our Pinterest boards or email the link to me ceri at heathcotecommunications.co.uk so that I can pin it for you.

We also have a number of other Pinterest boards for you to pin to at Ethical Fashion Bloggers. Again please email me so that I can invite you to all or any of the following. Pinning is such a great way of sharing style and inspiration, we hope you will get involved.

Ethical Fashion SS13
DIY/ Upcycling Fashion
Vintage Style
Ethical and Sustainable Accessories

I can’t wait to see who you vote for and see your favourite local ethical designers and brands! Happy pinning.

With warmest wishes

Ceri x

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Made Locally Pinterest Challenge

As ethical shoppers, there are all different factors that we can take into account when deciding what to buy. Buying clothes that are ‘Made Locally’ can be a good way of supporting the local economy as well as cutting down on carbon footprint due to transportation costs. Locally made clothes are usually also governed by local labour laws which for many countries gives an added confidence that they have been manufactured ethically.

This month at Ethical Fashion Bloggers, we are focusing on clothing that is ‘Made Locally’ which means something very different for our members who live all over the world. With our recent Pinterest contest we hoped to share ideas and inspiration and to discover beautiful Ethical clothing that is also made locally.

Check out Libby of Golden Years Vintage massive Pinterest board – Made in Australia and my Board (Style Eyes Ethical Fashion Blog) - Made in Britain, if you would like to see what we found. You also might be interested in this Made in Britain board featuring lingerie.

Or why not try creating your own Made Locally Ethical Fashion Board on Pinterest. You might be surprised at what you discover.

If you are a blogger and love ethical fashion, why not join us at Ethical Fashion Bloggers and share some of your inspiration in next months Pinterest contest!

With warmest wishes

Ceri x

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