Fashion Bloggers Outfit Competition – Over £300 of Ethical Fashion Prizes to be Won

November is the 4th Anniversary of Style Eyes Fashion Blog, Since launching in 2007, it has changed domains and morphed into Style Eyes Ethical Fashion Blog,  but still 4 years is a great reason to celebrate, no?

So to celebrate, I have been working hard over the last few weeks to put together a competition with some great prizes that will get everyone thinking about Ethical Fashion. The competition is open to anyone based in the UK with a fashion blog and twitter account. All you have to do is create an outfit which contains at least ethical piece, that could be something from your favourite ethical fashion brand, vintage or charity shop. It could also be something that you have upcycled yourself.

The Prizes

£100 of Vouchers for

Spartoo have an amazing selection of shoes and a great collection of green or eco friendly shoes including some of my favourite shoe ethical brands including Dream in Green, Melissa, Pikolinos and Po-Zu.

£50 of Vouchers for People Tree


People Tree are one of the pioneers of ethical fashion, working to bring benefits to the people and the planet at as many steps of their production process as possible. Their clothes are made even more special because they make imaginative use of local skills (handwoven fabrics, hand screen printing and hand embroidery).

Your Choice of a Pair of Simple Shoes  from

Nature Shop has a range of Simple shoes, sustainable footwear made from a diverse selection of recycled materials. They come in a variety of street smart styles and are incredibly comfortable.

A Handcrafted Pair of Earrings by Lilygrace Originals

Lilygrace Originals sells collectable pieces of wearable art, designed and handmade with love and care. Hazel Mathiot, artist and designer for Lilygrace Originals uses an variety of new and old materials.

£50 Discount Voucher for Daisy Hill (when you spend £100)

Daisy Hill are an online retailer specialising on stylish ethical fashion. They stock fashion forward ethical fashion labels including Camilla Norback, Nancy Dee and Frank and Faith.

3 Goody Bags

Incase you didn’t already know, I run a website, where you can buy, sell and swap your second hand and vintage clothes for free. I have filled 3 of my stylish reusable cotton bags with second hand and vintage goodies handpicked by me (each bag contains approximately £20 worth).

If you would like to enter, all you have to do is post a picture of your outfit on your blog with a link to and mention which aspect of your outfit it ethical. Then follow me on Twitter (@StyleEyes) and tweet me the link with the following:-

 ‘I’m rocking #Ethical Fashion for the @StyleEyes Blogger’s Outfit #Competition’

Before the end of 28th November. Easy Peasy!

I will choose winners from 1st to 8th place based on how stylish, creative and ethical their outfits are, on 30th November.  The first prize winner will get to choose their prize first, the second next and so on. All winning outfits will also be published here.

I can’t wait to see your outfits!

For those that have an interest in Ethical Fashion, you may be interested in joining a new group that I have just set up You don’t only have to just blog about ethical fashion, it is for anyone that is interested in networking with other bloggers, working with ethical brands, joining in ethical outfit challenges, DIY and post round ups and coming along to meet ups. We also love vintage, charity shopping and DIY.

With warmest wishes

Ceri X


4 thoughts on “Fashion Bloggers Outfit Competition – Over £300 of Ethical Fashion Prizes to be Won

  1. Wow 4 years! Congratulations! I really enjoy reading your blog, seeing your finds and the occasional campervan goodness 🙂 Well done on going ethical.

    ahh, I’d love to enter, but I don’t really want to do twitter as I don’t have much to say and will just be another things to be distracted by.
    However, over on my blog : I post outfits made of items I find for free or have things I have made in them. I think you follow it, but incase anyone else would like a look 🙂
    The poppy is a hair clip I made, the jumper I am wearing with the poppy was a find in the Children’s Scrapstore, in a previous portrait post – the feather head band I made from Canada Geese feathers I picked up at a place they stay at a lakeside in the Lake District and the band is made of fabric I got off freecycle, the coat is a genuine military band jacket (complete with sweat marks and sergeant’s name) from an Oxfam vintage and fashion show project I volunteered with, the top under is from Treasure Stokes Croft charity shop where I work and the necklace was my Grandma’s.

    The posts before that include more, which are mostly explained 🙂

    I get a bit lost and overwhlemed when I go shopping in normal clothing stores, I’m quite unused to it and the amount of choice, which is all very samey, is overwhelming!
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