Ethical Fashion Bloggers

The list came from here:

Here is a list of members of the Ethical Fashion Bloggers community.

Style Eyes Ethical Fashion Blog

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Oranges and Apples

Vintage Vixen

Thrift My Style

Learning the Business of Fashion

Recycled Fashion

Jessie Anne O

Misfits Vintage

Luxury Goes Green

Daisy Dayz

Emma Waight

Something Sticks

Jean of All Trades

Pret-a-Style

Care Wear Share

Madam 0wl

The Citizen Rosebud

Mary Van Note

A Style Manifesto

The T Shirt Diaries

Ahka Vintage

Vintage Passions Just Like Mine

The Gardeners Cottage

Stitchy Britt

Culture Couture

Vintage Goddess in Training

Style Gourmand

My Fashion Galerie

Team Rigby

Haute Verte Couture

No New Clothes for a Year

Fashion Against Idealogy

Green Issues Singapore

Dross into Gold

Thrifted Shift

Project Minima

Rags Against the Machine

BonTon Times

Ears and Whiskers

Yes Maam Style

Perditas Pursuits 

Little House in Town

Jarvis and Janis

Honey Go Lightly

Country Girl Does Norfolk

Golden Years Vintage

Tech Stylista

Made to Travel

House of Sartori

Revas Rags 2 Roses

Eco Warrior Princess

 3 Hours Past

Hey Dancing Shoes

Fashion Me Blog

Frump Factor

Not Dead Yet Style

The Only Way is Ethical

Helga Von Trollop

To Make You Feel My Love

Style Meeh

Ethical Clothing Online

Purchases of a Vintage Enthusiast

Wear It Fair

The Conscience Collective

Moo Bear Designs

Listen Girlfriends

Sastainable

Joyatri  

Lebas Blog 

Martina Longhi 

Living in Colour

The Slow Catwalk

Blithering Dandy

Lillie Magazine

Fair Enough

The Inelegant Horse Rider

British Empress

Peggy Jobbins Thrift Mistress

Life of Pi

You should watch this film, if for no other reason than the fact that former Hebronite Hari Bala makes a brief cameo in this as a librarian confirming the accuracy of π to a couple of hundred decimal places. Unfortunately I can’t seem to find that particular clip — the film’s highlight — anywhere on YouTube. This is an incredible shame, because it is an incredibly powerful example of someone redefining their identity.

As for the rest of the film:

You probably know there’s a twist at the end. Which I think the film makes slightly less subtle than the book (though it’s been ten years since I read the book).

This is a film about the animal inside of every human being, about how every family is therefore something of a zoo, about how ‘God’ language is just stories we use to help redefine who we are. It’s also a story about immigration, about the failed attempt of an Indian family to uproot and move to Canada. And it’s a story about stories, about an author in search of a book to write, and a murderer in search of a story to explain away his evil.

Christian Blog Awards

(From New Media Centre of Excellence)

Blogger of the Year
A New Name Winner!
 The Wee Flea Runner up!
theministersmrs 
Squidgetsmum 
Thin Silence

Young Blogger of the Year
DeanRoberts.Net Winner! 
The Art of Uncertainty Runner up! 
Teenage Christian 
Lewis Denyer 
Thomas Creedy

Multi-author Blog of the Year
threads Winner! 
Salt Water and Honey 
Contextual Theology Unit
Jubilee+ blog

Up-and-coming Award
The Koko Story Winner! 
God and Gaming Runner up! 
7minutes.net 
Living Eucharist 
The Roadside Musings

Most Inspiring Leadership Blog
includedbygrace Winner!
 Flame: Creative Children’s Ministry Runner up!
Adrianwarnock.com
Thin Silence
Thomas Creedy
Vic the Vicar