October 15, 2020 – by Ella Wingfield
From loud prints and bold colours to chic designs and asymmetric silhouettes, our edit this week focuses on our favourite ethical trend settters and their unique wardrobes.
While the term “Instagram Influencer” may usually be synonymous with fast fashion, these carefully curated feeds certainly prove otherwise. An influx of ethical brands, sustainable shopping practises and innovative styling techniques, these influencers are just the thing if you’re looking to adopt some positive new habits.
Queen of thrifting and sustainable brand suggestions, Stephanie’s style is full of captivating silhouettes and beautiful fabric combinations. From draped satin paired with oversized blazers, to plisse trousers and knee high boots, Stephanie’s style is unique, modern and innovative. Not to mention she’s an ambassador for Vestiaire Collective with partnership with Filippa K.
Satin fabrics, oversized knits and asymmetric necklines make our Stephanie inspired collection is both chic and timeless.
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Restyling and reusing are key themes throughout Chloe’s Instagram. Her minimalist aesthetic and creative styling show us the most sustainable clothes are the ones we already own. With a love for vintage and preloved clothing and homeware, Chloe is dedicated to incorporating sustainability in all aspects of life. Take a look at her vintage and second-hand clothing shop, @slowvintageshop, to pick up some handpicked ethical clothing.
Our Chloe inspired collection is ideal if you’re looking for timeless staples, ready to be styled for any occasion.
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Beautiful fabrics, bright colours and captivating patterns are just a few reasons we love Sisilia’s Instagram feed. Vintage inspired silhouettes, statement sleeves and preloved homeware provide plenty of ethical inspiration for both our wardrobes and our homes.
A combination of bold patterns, cosy knits and block colour accessories, our Sisilia inspired collection is full of statement pieces to be worn time and again.
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