Becoming a more conscious buyer doesn't mean you have to compromise on style, as these Instagram accounts show.
To support sustainable and ethical fashion and help work towards making the fashion industry a much less wasteful place become a more conscious buyer.
This does not mean you have to compromise on style. To prove this, here is a list of the top Instagram accounts to follow for their ethical fashion practices.
Fashion of Ireland @thefashionofireland
A wide range of contemporary fashion made in Ireland supporting sustainable and ethical fashion.
Eileen Fisher @eileenfisherny
Women's casual clothing that effortlessly combines timeless, elegant lines with eco-friendly fabrics.
Alice Halliday Couture @alicehalliday
Dreamy dresses and heavenly headpieces, sustainable bridal wear and event wear. Ethically handmade and inspired by nature.
People Tree @peopletreeuk
Ethical and Sustainable Fashion that's good for people and the planet.
Eco friendly dresses, jumpsuits, two pieces, tops, bottoms, wedding dresses, tees etc.
Dedicated to a more conscious approach to fashion. Making sustainability and ethical fashion attainable.
Wear We Wander @wearwewander
Ethically made clothing and accessories for adventure loving free spirits. Passionate about positive change.
Livia Firth @livia_firth
Founder and Creative Director of Eco Age Ltd and an Oxfam Global Ambassador.
Lucy Siegal @theseagull
British journalist and writer of environmental issues. Author of To Die For; Is Fashion Wearing Out The World.
Aisling Bea @weemissbea
Irish actor, writer and stand up comedian.
Vintage Irene @ireneobrienstyle
Irish stylist, presenter and writer.
Linda Conway @lindacstylist
Fashion editor and founder of Stiall, selling sustainable fashion.
Sustainably Chic @sustainablychic
Providing a guide to a more conscious & meaningful wardrobe.
Helping businesses grow with bespoke sustainable solutions.
Get Redressed @getredressed
An environmental NGO working to cut waste out of the fashion industry.
Fashion Revolution Ireland @fashrevireland
Supporting the Fashion Revolution Who Made My Clothes campaign in Ireland.
True Cost movie on Netflix
Overdressed; The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth L. Cline
To Die For; Is Fashion Wearing Out The World by Lucy Siegal
Wear No Evil by Greta Eagan
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