47 Best Sustainable Fashion Bloggers who Promote Ethical Fashion (Updated)

Sustainable Fashion Bloggers who promote Sustainable fashion have been the talk of the town for quite a while now. While the world is by a pandemic, there’s an emerging shift of consumers towards sustainable and ethical fashion.

We’ve already spoken about different sustainable fashion brands you can check on.

Here we’re going to talk about the Sustainable fashion Bloggers who believe in promoting conscious and ethical fashion, who inspire us to make more woken fashion choices, and who are doing great by encouraging their audiences to switch to being more ethical than buying fast fashion in general.

Top 47 Sustainable Fashion Bloggers to follow 2023

1. Céline Semaan

Celine Semaan is a sustainable fashion blogger who writes for The Cut, Elle, Refinery29, and Huffington Post, among others. In addition, she’s the founder of Slow Factory which works with companies to research and implement sustainability-focused initiatives.

2. Kat Eves

A strong believer that the future of fashion should be ethical and sustainable, Kat Eves is an ethical stylist who is a firm believer that all shapes and sizes are beautiful. She also does a weekly podcast with comedians Jenny Zigrino and Gaudy Positive.

3. Mary-Alice Duff 

A small business owner who also is a sustainable fashion blogger whose passion is to help women be aware of ethical fashion and its importance. She’s well-versed in business tricks for small ethical business owners. 

4. Lauren Singer

Lauren Singer is an ethical and wellness influencer who lives in “alignment with your values” as she promotes a zero-waste lifestyle and sustainable fashion. You’ll see a lot of vintage vibes on her feed so if you like something like that, do check her out.

5. Clare Press 

Presenter of the infamous fashion podcast “The Wardrobe Crisis”, Clare Press is a sustainable fashion influencer who invites guests and talks about culture, sustainability, ethics, activism, etc. She’s also the first Vogue sustainability editor.

6. Aja Barber

Aja Barbar is a sustainable fashion blogger and consultant as she educates her followers on effective buying choices ace, ethics, intersectional feminism, and how systems of power affect our buying habits. If you’re interested in deeper and more effective ethical choices, check her feed!

7. Emma Slade Edmondson

Emma Slade Edmondson is a sustainable fashion blogger who talks about modern sustainability, retail insights, Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, and Brand Development, she’s a queen in this domain!

8. Estelle 

Estelle is a Paris-based sustainable fashion influencer who brings a dreamy vision to conscious clothing. She talks about eco-friendly fashion brands and promotes a similar lifestyle. She vows by I love the spirit of “responsible dressing”: basics we always take pleasure in wearing” 

9. Lydia Okello 

Vancouver-based writer, plus-size model, and sustainable fashion influencer, Lydia Okello started her blog in 2008. Her style is fun, unique, and colorful, something everybody would relate to. She’s definitely an influencer to check out.

10. Corinna

Corinna’s casual and effortless style inspires most of her followers. She is a sole supporter of consuming ethically, hence making sustainable choices. Her feed is filled with vintage finds mixed with ethical brands talking about timeless classics in her feed.

11. Venetia La Manna

Venetia La Manna is a sustainable fashion blogger and podcaster who is on a slow fashion mission”. Her feed is fun, colorful, and filled with sustainable fashion brands. She’s also an environmentalist who promotes plant-based living and every aspect of mindful consumption, sharing practical tips to reduce fast fashion consumption.

12. Marina Testino 

Marina Testino is a New York-based sustainable fashion blogger who boasts of being an outfit repeater and starts outfit repeating initiatives to aware people of fast fashion and how fashion consumerism is affecting the planet negatively.

13. Leah 

Leah is an Australian sustainable fashion influencer whose feed is all casual, minimal, and ethical. She’s an inspiration to many young fashion entrepreneurs due to her style.

14. Daria Andronescu

Daria Andronescu is a sustainable fashion blogger who’s also a YouTuber, known for her Capsule Wardrobe styling tips as she puts importance on maintaining a capsule wardrobe. At the heart of Wonder, Wardrobe is the desire to help people be more sustainable with their clothing choices, Daria is increasing awareness about fast fashion reduction.

15. Natalie Kay

Natalie Kay started her journey as a sustainable blogger when she started her blog that spoke solely about Sustainable fashion and ethical fashion brands. Natalie has an extensive background in the fashion industry, hence she raises awareness of wearing ethics.

16. Marielle Elizabeth 

Marielle Elizabeth is a plus-size sustainable fashion blogger who advocates for ethical fashion for plus-size. Her Instagram feed is vibrant, colorful, and inspiring so many plus-sized women! She specializes in content creation, product styling, managing, and consulting social media accounts talking about Body Positivity on her profile.

17. Dominique Drakeford 

Dominique Drakeford the founder of Melaninass (for Melanin and Sustainable Style) has been redefining ethical fashion and slow fashion where she writes about covering topics such as equity in sustainable fashion, sustainability literacy, and anti-racism.

18. Sydney Grace

Sydney Grace advocates a sustainable closet. Her Instagram feed is colorful and talks about topics from outfit inspirations and brow stuff to body positivity and creative skincare routines.

19. Carmen Jenny

Carmen Jenny is an ethical fashion blogger who’s also an editor in Bazaar Germany. She’s a voice for conscious fashion and sustainability and her Instagram feed talks about the same. Her personal style is relatable and practical styling is all you’ll see!

20. Mariana 

Mariana is a sustainable fashion blogger and a lawyer who writes and posts about fashion consumerism, fast fashion, and making conscious choices. Join her on the journey of discovering new sustainable brands on her Instagram.

21. Shannon Buckley

Shannon Buckley is an ethical and conscious blogger as she unfolds the journey of promoting ethical brands that are transparent about how the products are made. Her style tips are easy and recreate, her followers absolutely love her content.

22. Jasmine Hemsley 

Jasmine Hemsley is a sustainable fashion blogger, nutrition, and wellness expert who believes in making ethical choices in fashion and lifestyle. She advocates making conscious decisions about everything around and promoting brands that are transparent about their making.

23. Candice 

Candice is a Canadian sustainable fashion influencer who is on her journey of exploring a sustainable lifestyle as she promotes a “zero waste lifestyle” and loves to keep her Instagram family aware of it.

24. Michelle Chavez

Based out of Los Angeles, Michelle Chavez is a conscious fashion influencer who promotes products that don’t harm nature or promote worker exploitation in any way. She’s also the co-founder of ” The Tote Projects” which sells amazing sustainable designer bags and also empowers sex trafficking survivors by employing them.

25. Jessica

Jessica is a sustainable blogger who promotes sustainable fashion and lifestyle. Based out of the US, Jessica’s feed is all about cute outfits, ethical choices of fabric, and living a life that promotes local artists who do sustainability.

26. Beth Lucy

Since a teenager, Beth Lucy is writing about sustainable fashion, travel, and reading which she truly enjoys. Based out of the US, Beth’s feed is all about how you can look your stylish best using sustainable clothing and creating cute outfits for teen outfit inspiration.

27. Kathleen

Since 2009, she’s writing about sustainable fashion and lifestyle. Based out of the US, Kathleen’s feed is all about how you can look your stylish best using sustainable clothing while she focuses primarily on worker trafficking and women’s issues.

28. Kara

A San-Fransisco-based sustainable fashion blogger whose colorful and vibrant feed is something you fall for. Her style aesthetic is so chic and comfy, making fashion statements but keeping it slow. 

29. Aditi Mayer

Aditi Mayer is a Los Angeles-based sustainable fashion blogger, who supports slow fashion and social issues. She talks about unity activism and ethical fashion.

30. Petra Alexandra

Alexandra is based out of Canada, her closet is a mixture of Californian and Canadian inspiration. She believes in repeating clothes, and less consumption of new purchases. Her feed is all about repeating clothes, and multiple ways of styling the same and you’ll fall in love with her feed.

31. Jazmine Rogers

Jazmine Rogers is a half-Black, half-Mexican influencer who uses her platform to discuss sustainability, race, and the intersections of these issues. Her objective for the last six years has been to make these difficult talks more accessible while also making it enjoyable to learn about them. She has accomplished this by sharing her story with her followers and connecting them with companies and other accounts.

32. Jackie

Jackie is a Salvi-Angeleno residing in Washington, DC who “grammes” about sustainable fashion, climate change, and wealth justice. She sees fashion as a vehicle for discussing communities of color, particularly Latinas, who can disrupt the extractive and exploitative cycles of consumption. Jackie’s goal is to redirect purchasing power to develop generational and community wealth while also having a good influence on the environment. 

33. Alex 

Alex is currently located in New York City and hopes to inspire people to express themselves creatively. She enjoys meeting new people and fostering community! She presently runs two businesses, Made by Alex and Shiny by Nature, a vibrant and size-inclusive clothing line.

34. Valerie Salazar

Valerie Salazar is an Indigenous Latinx sustainable content maker based in the Bay Area. She began sharing her slow fashion journey online after discovering that many ethical and sustainable labels created their apparel in Peru, where her family is from, but she didn’t see many sustainable influencers that looked like her. Valerie promotes sustainable fashion by merging thrift and vintage items with conscious apparel businesses and repeating outfits.

35. Sally

Sally is a Mexican-Salvadorian aware and conscious closet advocate based in Tongva/Kizh & Chumash Ancestral Land, often known as South Central Los Angeles. She was born and raised in Los Angeles and is passionate about plants, ethical and ecological fashion, and altering what it means to be outside. She enjoys TikTok and aims to make her audience feel secure, loved, and welcome.

36. Chloe

Chloe, 25, is in her fourth year of a Ph.D. program with a primary interest in political science. She is currently a teaching assistant and enjoys chatting with her BIPOC followers who are interested in grad school. Her mother is Puerto Rican, and she grew up outside of Houston. Chloe appreciates wearing color in professional situations and posts her ensembles to challenge professional norms that promote whiteness and colonial mentalities.

37. Danielle Alvarado

Danielle is enthusiastic about education! The fascinating (and amusing) content she provides demonstrates her commitment to teaching her followers everything she can about sustainability, zero-waste living, and slow fashion. Sustainability, particularly the sad status of the fashion industry, maybe a serious subject, but this Latinx Influencer approaches it with a lightheartedness that makes it memorable and does not leave you feeling bad.

38. Ana Fernanda

Ana Fernanda, from The Second Runway, exudes style. If you look at her Instagram, you’d think you’d found a high-street fashionista, and you have! Ana has created an outstanding enterprise by using up-cycled materials to make exquisite, hand-made, high-end clothing that would look right at home at Fashion Week. Ana, who was born in Mexico and now lives in Australia, creates works that combine Mexican romance with humor and inclusivity. Shop Fernanda Covarrubias’s latest works on her brand page!

39. Jeanette

Jeanette is a Salvadorena-Guatemalteca who focuses on slow and intentional fashion with conscientious styling. She has always liked fashion and enjoyed dressing up as her favorite fashion star as a child. When Jeanette isn’t sharing her leisurely fashion journey, you can find her working as an interior designer, sewing her outfits, knitting, painting, and spending time with friends and family.

40. Miriam

Miriam is a Mexican designer living in San Diego that showcases her style with sustainable, vintage, and designer things. She is a fashion design graduate who dresses up to showcase her passion for fashion and shares her ensembles to demonstrate that people of all shapes and sizes can enjoy fashion and are deserving of visibility. Miriam believes that it is critical to choose sustainable, antique, or used things to reduce the environmental impact of her wardrobe.

41. Lala

Lala was born and raised in Ecuador and shares her Chicago thrift finds. She was inspired to start sharing her ensembles online when her friends told her how much they enjoyed her outfits and couldn’t believe they were thrifted, and how they wanted to see more of her looks. Thrifting is essential to Lala because it has helped her develop her sense of style and confidence in her own body while also being more environmentally friendly by purchasing fewer new things.

42. Tania Gabriela

Tania is one of our favorite Latinx Influencers on this list because she’s on a mission. She not only served as Chief of Staff for a congressional campaign in New York City, but she also founded StyleLend, a peer-to-peer fashion rental website. She also serves on the boards of Amplify Her, Unicef Unite, and the Activist Council of Planned Parenthood! As if that wasn’t enough, she launched her sustainable style blog, Sustainably Stylish, in 2016. Her Instagram feed provides a glimpse into her sustainability journey as well as her life as a mother, homeowner, and activist!

43. Xochil Lilas

Responsibly Stylish’s Xochil Lilas is one of those influencers who make sustainable fashion appear effortless! Her goal is to build a community of people that value fair trade, a minimal carbon footprint, complete transparency, and eco-friendly design. Xochil has a background in fashion design, and her Instagram feed is full of outfit inspiration and tips on how to create a more sustainable wardrobe. She also shares her favorite brands, making it even easier to buy sustainably manufactured things!

44. Karen Ramos

Karen, also known as @naturechola, is passionate about the outdoors, sustainability, and her Oaxacan heritage. Her Instagram is full of laughter, adventure, zero-waste tips, and products she promotes that are sustainable and ethical! Karen dives deep, and her Instagram pictures are genuine and authentic in a way that you don’t often see these days. She also works with indigenous tribes in Mexico to make zero-waste products such as this hand-made clay mug. 

45. Manuela Barón

Manuela is here to assist you in living the most eco-friendly lifestyle possible! Education is an important element of her work, and her Instagram is chock-full of excellent information! She not only provides her favorite goods to make starting the sustainability process easier for her followers, but she also explains why she loves each product and why she believes we should support the firm.

46. Charlotte Brum

Charlotte of @noseawaste is a digital marketing professional at NSW Agency, a content developer, and another of our fave Latinx influencers! She is leading the effort in teaching her followers simple methods to reduce waste and live more sustainably. Her page is full of useful zero-waste swaps, tips, and debates about living a more sustainable lifestyle. 

47. Alisson Simmonds

Alisson Simmonds is a mother, a vegan, a digital developer, and a major supporter of second-hand, sustainable, and fair-trade apparel. Her Instagram feed is full of lovely wardrobe inspiration and suggestions for buying sustainably. Her site provides

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