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5 Glamorous Bloggers That Prove Slow Fashion Is the Way to Go

The slow fashion
movement is staring to pick up thanks to the increase of
sustainable fashion brands.

The majority of these socially-aware labels are all the rage right now on Instagram. Major brands such as Reformation and Anthropologie, have become powerhouses all around the world and their sustainable fashion is a favorite among influencers, models, Hollywood A-Listers, and “It Girls“.

Sustainable fashion wouldn’t be such a major thing without the ecologically conscious influencers that support this way of living so here are five glamorous bloggers that prove slow fashion is the way to go.

Elise Cook

I’m finding it hard to describe Varanasi in words. I wanted to come to India because I knew we would experience and learn so much by the sheer contrast, in the way of life, alone. It’s almost like life here is exactly as it was centuries ago. Every single sense comes alive with all the sounds, sights, smells, the hustle and bustle, the buzz, and the constant celebration of life and death. Grateful to be able to sit and digest it all with Dom (and a glass of wine ‚Äö√≤‚à´√î‚àè√®) – we are staying at the beautiful Taj Nadesar Palace – a 10 room, old home, built in 1835 – which is a big contrast to the streets of Varanasi, but also such a contrast to our life back in Oz. This jumpsuit by the lovely @opiabyronbay Ô£ø√º√≠√µ

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Elise Cook day-to-day is completely devoted to the simple life, living full-time in her van since 2017 and traveling along with her husband through some of the most beautiful corners of Australia. You can see her wearing brands such as St. Agni, a wonderful shoe label sustainably made by artisans in Java, Indonesia, as well as Hazel + Folk, an ethical fashion brand that manufactures all their pieces according to fair wages and fair trade practices in India.

Mel Carrero

Carrero is the PR manager for one of the world’s most popular free-spirited, sustainable fashion labels, Spell Byron Bay, so her wardrobe is the envy of many. She shares with her 900,000 Instagram followers, all of her styling obsessions that are of a modern, bohemian aesthetic and she has become the perfect spokesperson for a line of ethically-made fashion produced from factories around the world.

Gabriela Smith

Gabby Smith’s timeline is a look at a dreamy chill life by the beach in Australia. The blogger is one of the founders of jewelry brand Hunter x Hunter. She loves to flaunt the latest Auguste’s designs, a brand that’s ethically produced in Indonesia.

Tara Milk Tea

Keep on smiling ☔️

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Tara Milk Tea’s feed is filled with nothing but brightly-colored fashion and travel snaps. Her account preciously combines her love for high fashion mixed with affordable pieces, but her personal style always skew towards socially-aware labels such as Anthropologie, Sarah J Curtis Collection, and also PaddotoPalmy, a line made from natural fibers.

Jessica Stein

Jessica Stein, also known as Tuula Vintage, is the perfect example of #fashiongoals. The influencer always shows her support toward sustainable labels like plant-dyed and ethically-dyed Yöli & Otis, and Auguste, and she loves to showcase their latest designs in the middle of exotic destinations such as like Bali, Florence, and Tulum.


We hope you become inspired by these incredible women to ditch the fast fashion and embrace style over trends!



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