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Top Ten Green Fashion Blogs

Last week saw the launch of the very first green fashion magazine called boho. It is printed on 100% recyclable paper with soy-based inks, and unlike other magazines that have a green theme, this one is devoted entirely to fashion. Real fashion–not just hemp and Earth Shoes. We’re talking haute couture here.

For those of us who have an interest in both fashion and ethics, this marks a great milestone in our efforts to green up a notoriously un-conscious industry.

But boho isn’t the only source for green fashion news and information.A handful of dedicated bloggers have made it their mission to publicize the independent, sustainable designers and manufacturers that are making the world a beautiful place, in more ways than one.

Here are the best of the best in the world of Green Fashion Blogging:  The Top Ten Green Fashion Blogs!

1.  Victoria Everman

Victoria Everman is a “creatively versatile eco-powerhouse.”  She’s a freelance writer, fashion model, on-camera personality, public speaker,  and official U.S. spokesperson for Twice Shy Clothing.  She’s got an industry insider’s view of sustainable fashion and beauty!

2.  Eco-Chick

Starre Vartan has been writing Eco-Chick since 2005.  This month sees the release of her new book, The Eco Chick Guide to Life:  How to Be Fabulously Green.  She and her team of editors cover the green movement from the female perspective, focusing on young, urban, and hip women with a passion for green.

3.  Green Girls Global / Green Guys Global

A blog based in the UK and contributed to by style-loving ladies around the globe (hence the name), this blog has one of the most extensive ranges of topics I’ve seen.  It’s is always fresh, with plenty of up-to-the-minute news about the world of green fashion.

4.  Green Cotton

Written by Shana Yansen, the founder of Jute & Jackfruit, a new sustainable clothing company.  Yansen not only writes about fashion, but has great insights on the manufacturing process for organic clothing.

5.  DC Goodwill Fashion Blog

Vintage, recycled and second-hand clothing are a huge part of the sustainable style movement.  DCGFB documents the pursuit of high fashion that has been derived from the mother of all second hand stores:  The Goodwill!

6.  Fashion, evolved.

“A style blog for the eco snob,” brings fashion and sustainability together through interviews with designers and retailers, coverage of current events, and plenty of humor.

7.  Righteous (re)Style

Focuses on recycled, reused, second-hand, vintage, and re-purposed fashion.  The author also writes about general ‘green’ topics and her pursuit of an organic lifestyle.

8.  Organic Clothing Blog

This site focuses mainly on the manufacturing and processing of organic fabrics, and it is a veritable goldmine of information for anyone who is really interested in educating themselves about the industry.

9.  The Greenloop

A huge collection of features about and interviews with sustainable designers; along with  coverage of green fashion news, current events, and shopping!

10. Eco Fabulous

A comprehensive look at the world of eco style, including regular posts on women’s fashion, shoes, accessories and handbags.

59 thoughts on “Top Ten Green Fashion Blogs”

  1. On behalf of the Greenloop Blog, I always loved the number 9… as in Revolution Number 9 honoring John Lennon.

    You mention Boho as the very first green fashion magazine. Though I L-O-V-E Boho, it’s far from the first… iTch in Denmark historically was the first, which indirectly led to the birth of Nylon… Foam in Los Angeles is a full fledge green fashion magazine, and so are Sublime and Lunch in London. You can find more green fashion titles on this page:
    http://www.remyc.com/paperproject.html

  2. Thanks for putting Greenloop’s eco fashion news source, In The Loop, on your eco fashion blog Top 10! We’ll continue rocking it out for all you sustainable stylephiles. ***Also, I most definitely second the emotion on Eco Chick and Victoria E!

  3. Thanks for the great list! Those sites are a fantastic resource for Eco-fashion!

    Not Just Pretty Modern Organic Clothing has a green fashion blog now too! We would be honoured if you’d check it out:

  4. I am an aspiring fashion designer, and learning fashion designing from the Indian institute of fashion designing. As blogging are very popular these days. I am looking forward to make my own blogs. Your list contains top blogs from every aspect. Thanks for sharing the list.
    Wish me best of luck 🙂

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  7. Hello,
    awesome sing me up!!! I just started our socially responsible eco-friendly shirt sales. We plan to launch next month. Already our team has us google over millions of sites when you search green fashion. we are on pg seven. Check us out and lets share business and do great things.
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  8. I like that no. 8, It's really a great help to our environment. By launching those organic fabrics, It will somehow minimize the other production of non-environmental friendly fabrics.

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  10. Young adults adopt new fashions all the time and are constantly mix-matching articles of clothing to create a unique new look.
    As Bowling Green students invade campus for a new year, many different styles will be worn.
    Back from the '80s, Leggings are sold at every store and worn by many young women. They are usually worn with longer tank tops.
    Girls have also been seen wearing dresses and long, layered tank tops over jeans. Leggings have also become increasingly popular especially these new leggings by Bejeweled. Bejeweled Leggings look like jeans but are actually very comfortable sexy leggings.
    “If you think about Bejeweled Leggings, layering tanks and ballet flats, they are all items that slim the body down,” Yoli B pointed out. “Fashion is the new accessory. If you don't have fashion, then you really don't have an identity, because fashion represents individuality.”
    Each person has their own individual style and being able to mix fashion in a different way than what's 'popular' is when it becomes your own unique style.”
    A style that currently dominates teens and young adults is the “emo” look. The Cali beach scene, such as Hollister, has crossed with the underground NYC punk scene, popularizing a trend that was once rebellious and unique. Vans shoes, black nail polish, studded belts, skulls, tattoos and black and white checkered clothing have become mainstream.

    Visit http://www.yolib.com

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