I'd like to offer complete and total transparency throughout my blog. Let's be honest, I can't do this all on my own. There's writer's block, dejection, and sometimes, just the act of blogging can bog a person down. So it's nice to be a part of a community of women who help me through the process and provide insight and inspiration on topics I might have never been made aware of myself. That's why I want to be transparent and share my commonly referred to resources of amazing women who have taught me many lessons about sustainability, business, and life.
Eco Warrior Princess
Jennifer Nini is probably one of my favorite bloggers right now. I love her blog so much that I've subscribed for newsletters and updates. I know that every time I open my email from Eco Warrior Princess, I know it's going to be an interesting topic. She's not your typical blogger. She sincerely asks questions because she genuinely wants to know what her readers think. Every topic is something I ask myself and wonder if others feel the same way. She genuinely has a way with words. She may be the voice for those who care about sustainability in our generation. You can find her blog here.
Alden Wicker is the cult leader in sustainable fashion and lifestyle, literally. But the good kind of cult that our universe is in serious need of. She was one of the first ever sustainable fashion blogs that I ever discovered when I began this journey. She offers tons of different events all throughout New York City, a shopping guide, and really talks about things that help you understand sustainability in a clear and concise way. I've already learned a lot about journalistic integrity from her and she responds to every single email she receives, even if it's just to tell you she does not wish to parter with you on a collaboration. She is a real sustainable hero and I'm eternally grateful for her blog. You can find her blog here.
Kasi Martin of "The Peahen," is one of my favorite and most authentic sustainable fashion bloggers. She's so awesome and has really amazing style. I find myself constantly referring to her site when I need a fresh pair of eyes into the world of sustainable fashion. Sometimes I feel disenchanted by sustainable fashion because I can't afford some of the things I want and even if I could, sometimes I feel like it's not something I justify spending the money on. But one small search to The Peahen and I find my love for sustainable fashion all over again. Check out her site and her incredible shopping guide here.
The Curious Button
I actually found Elena's blog, The Curious Button through our joined network of other ethical bloggers. She is another true sustainable and ethical fashion blogger. She offers up a lot of different topics on the subject of fashion, beauty and lifestyle and also offers a lot of different guides and how-to's. I read them religiously and she's seriously an amazing human being. Reading her blog is definitely worth your time. You can find her blog here.
The Garbage Pile
The queen of repurpose, Jennie Thwaits of the Garbage Pile is by far one of the funniest bloggers I've see thus far. I love her work because she doesn't just promote sustainable and ethical brands, but she proves that repurposing, reusing, and finding vintage, and second hand clothing is entirely and completely possible. Her style is radiant and lively. She gives old clothes a new life and talks about it in a very eloquent and and enticing way. You can find her blog here.