You know we love a good fashion Instagram account point blank, but we’re especially thrilled whenever we stumble across one with a focus on sustainable, ethical fashion.
A fortnight ago we launched the Good On You app, and as we continue busily researching brands to add to our ratings, nothing inspires us to keep doing what we do like others on the same mission. Read on for a round-up of some of our favourite ethical fashion Instagram accounts.
1. Shift Style
This Brisbane-based blogger showcases products and brands that are helping the industry make that “shift” towards more sustainable living. We’re with you, girl!
If you’re trying to step up your resourcefulness game, Simply Co.’s founder, Lauren, is queen of the zero waste lifestyle.
This Aussie crew works with stunning ethical brands to help spread the word about their products and cause, making it easy to discover new labels with some basic Instagram stalking.
A one-stop shop for sustainable news and eco-friendly updates, this ethical blogger’s account will keep you mindful of your impact on people and the planet.
As you may have read, we had a blast at the last Undress Runways show in Sydney! Follow their account to discover chic, sustainable Aussie brands and get the heads up on the next round of shows.
The Who Made My Clothes? campaign happens every April 24th, but the Fashion Revolution account inspires us to ask the question year round.
This awesome organisation is helping shape the future of the Australian fashion industry by educating others on ethical and sustainable business practices, and keeping the scene connected to the global developments in ethical fashion.
Environmental scientist Katie used to work in the fashion industry, but now focuses on helping others create an ethical wardrobe and minimise waste while expressing their own unique style.
Which ethical fashion Instagrammers are a must-follow for you? Let us know in the comments below so we can check them out!
Julia McAlpine is a freelance copywriter and editor born in sunny California and based in equally sunny Sydney. She can’t pass a bookstore without browsing, and drinks far more coffee than the recommended daily intake. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram as @inkandmoon
Feature image via Eco Warrior Princess