I have been absolutely amazed by the response to my ethical outfit competition. Not only did we have some amazing outfits but it was also great to see how much discussion there was about ethical outfits and sustainable fashion along the way. I really didn’t realise quite how many bloggers were already wearing ethical and sustainable fashion in their own unique way and it is also great to see those who aren’t making a special effort for the competition. A massive thank you to all those who have entered. It has been so difficult to pick just 8 winners and I wish I could have given prizes to everyone.
There are 8 prizes which I have listed at the bottom of the post and the winners each get to choose their prize with the first choosing first followed by each subsequent winner. I will be contacting you all individually in turn so it may take a little time, don’t worry if I don’t get in touch today, I will be in touch asap and I haven’t forgotton you!
1. Vicky of #GollyGosh – I loved the thrifted jacket and the way Vicky has styled blouse and DIY cutoffs.
2. Second prize goes to Vintage Passions Just Like Mine– Such a bold and colourful outfit, I am definitely inspired by the leopard skin/ floral pattern mix.
3. Sophie of Story of My Life – A very pretty orange dress (secondhand from ebay) and the vintage handbag and scarf are the perfect finishing touch to the outfit.
4. Franca of Oranges and Apples – an amazing effort with a 100% thrifted outfit including shoes! I love the skirt and the pretty accessories.
5. Rachel of Cold Knees – another completely thrifted outfit. I love the jumper for adding a bit of sparkle to a cold winters day.
6. Nicole of nicoleymoo.blogspot.com – I am a big fan of thrifted pencil skirts and this one looks fabulous on Nicole.
7. Vix of Vintage Vixen – another 100% vintage and thrifted outfit, The skirt is so beautiful and unique and the Vix has some fabulous accessories. Even her make up is second hand and nail varnish cruelty free!
8. Cait of Sailing to Nowhere – if you read my blog, you will know I am partial to a bit of floral print. This dress is so pretty and I love the way that Cait has shortened it so it is just right and contrasted it with a neutral coat – all thrifted!
If you would like to see further photographs and close ups of accessories for each of the outfits, I would definitely recommend that you follow the links to each of the blogs.
£100 of Spartoo Vouchers
£50 People Tree Vouchers
Lilygrace Originals Earrings
£50 voucher for Daisy Hill (when you spend £100)
A pair of Simple Shoes
3 X Posh Swaps goody bags
Please check out the original competition post here for further details of each of the prizes and the competition sponsors.Once again a massive thank you to all those that have entered and helped to promote this competition and the companies that have donated such fabulous prizes.
Tomorrow, I will be launching a new series for December – 30 Days of Ethical Fashion, I will be showcasing a different ethical or sustainable fashion brand every day in December except for Christmas day when I will be far too busy opening pressies and eating turkey.
With warmest wishes