How to Be Green and Save Money, the Eco-Chic Way: The Top 8 Blogs to Inspire You

Congratulations to the Best Eco-Chic Blog Winners!

We curated the top 8 blogs in the country that can provide you with the resources and inspiration on how to save money and stay stylish all while being thoughtfully green.  

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Best in Upcycling

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Claire Potter Design is a Brighton-based studio that is committed in creating interesting sustainable design solutions. The site features many charming projects made from reclaimed and upcycled materials, as well as reviews of trending eco designs from home décor products to fashion pieces. Blogger Claire also shares here knowledge on urban foraging in Brighton, a popular food trend where you explore and gather your food from nature. {clairepotterdesign.com}

 

Best in Money-Saving Ideas

 

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Miss Thrifty is a treasure trove of tips on saving money and eco-friendly living. We love Miss Thrifty's how-to's on upcycling vintage dresses, avoiding food wastes, discount alerts and energy-saving tips all for promoting living well frugally. The blog is largely popular and has been featured in many of the country's leading media sources including The Times and Cosmopolitan. {miss-thrifty.co.uk}

 

Best in Sustainable Living

 

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Moral Fibres is a green lifestyle blog covering all aspects of sustainable living - seasonal recipes, energy saving, ethical fashion, eco-friendly gardening, ethical shopping, beauty and sustainable travel. In this blog, you will find all sorts of thrifty and easy tips on how to live a greener life without sacrificing style.  Be sure to check out  green suggestions on food and travel that are sure to whet both your appetite and wanderlust! {moralfibres.co.uk}

 

Best in Thrifting Fashionista

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We all know that thrifting does not only save money but it is also good for the environment. Hanna Hayes from West Midlands is brilliant at doing just that! She manages to pull off super classy outfits using mostly thrift and vintage shop finds. She also updates the blog with her dreamy photography, fashion inspirations and envy-inducing thrift store bought trinkets. {hannahhayes.co.uk}

 

Best Community Blog

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The Good Wardrobe's blog promotes sustainable fashion by encouraging the sharing skills and wisdom to prolong the life of your wardrobe. Talk about the antithesis of fast-fashion! We strongly support the site's manifesto that fashion should be sustainable and ethical while looking good as possible. For all who want to get their sewing on, the site is worth checking out!  {thegoodwardrobe.com}

 

Best in Sustainable Design

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The Green Gables can't help but put a smile across our faces. From Instagram pics #savouringhappiness, to cute motivational quotes printed on their eco-friendly stationery, everything about this site radiates joy and warmth! The site features their own delightful range of gifts and stationery, all printed in recycled paper in the UK and created with as minimal impact on the environment. {thegreengables.co.uk}

 

Best in Crafting Inspiration

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Clairabelle is a lifestyle blog that showcases Cambridge-based creative lifestyle, DIYs and handmade crafts. Writer Claire has a penchant for bicycles, as evident on the adorable accessories and gift items that she sells on her Etsy store. Feeling crafty? Definitely check out her blog for awesome gift ideas and insplration! {claireabellemakes.com}

 

Best in Versatility

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"Having a blast without blowing the budget" - that is the mantra that A Thrifty Mrs. live by! The blog features many helpful posts on saving money, freebies, thrifty style, upcyling, home makeovers, crafts, recipes and more. We especially love her frugal fashionista tips and home made gift ideas. Defiinitely Pinterest-worthy! {athriftymrs.com}

 

 

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