Following on from the success of my last Ethical Outfit Competition that I ran in November last year (you can check it out here), I have decided to run another competition. I hope to promote ethical fashion, show how amazing it can look and inspire others to give it a go so please help me by spreading the word and sharing with any bloggers that you know.
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 or something you have upcycled. If you can fit more than one ethical or sustainable piece into an outfit, even better.
£100 of Vouchers for Spartoo.co.uk
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.
£75 Voucher for Spring Summer 2012 Collection at Nomads Clothing (valid for use until end of April 2012)Nomads Originals have a fantastic seletion of versatile and comfortable fair trade clothing made from sustainable fabrics including organic cotton and recycled fabrics. For Spring Summer 2012, the debut collection is designed by Niki Groom (formerly with Monsoon). Inspiration includes the coast and tea parties with a very tempting range of pretty fifties dresses, tailored jackets, statement printed coats, light weight summer dresses and mix and match separates. You can also find some high quality pieces at affordable prices in the Boutique range which are perfect for a special occasion.
£20 Voucher for Fashion Conscience
Fashion Conscience is an amazing online retailer stocking a wide range of sustainable and ethical fashion brands including some of my favourites: Komodo, Fair + True, Monkee Genes and Skunkfunk!
A Kenja Mojo Bangle from Made UK
This beautiful hand-made stack bangle set (worth £30) by ethical accessories brand Made UK is made up of nine alternate twisted and solid brass bangles with brass attachment and Made logo. It comes complete in its own fair trade pouch.
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 www.ethicalfashionblog.com and mention which aspect of your outfit is ethical. Then follow me on Twitter (@StyleEyes) and tweet me the link with the following:-
’I’m rocking #ethicalfashion for the @StyleEyes Blogger’s Outfit Competition’
Before the end of 31st March. Easy Peasy!
I will choose winners from 1st to 4th place based on how stylish, creative and ethical their outfits are, on 2nd April. The first prize winner will get to choose their prize first, the second next and so on. All winning outfits plus perhaps some of the others or even all of them 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 www.ethicalfashionbloggers.com. 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 xPin It