DCA: Ethical Fashion For John Lewis

Today I am so excited to share a lil slice of ethical fashion goodness from the Saiint Sisters. These lovely ladies are a powerful sister duo (but not twins!) from London as well, who are crazy passionate about all things sustainable fashion, and their focus on empowerment and positivity is sure to leave you smiling…

DIY: Vegan Friendly Cadbury Creme Eggs

Today’s recipe comes again from dear Leotie Lovely. Easter is soon on its way, meaning that the shops are suddenly lined with chocolatey wares wrapped in layers of plastic and packaging. On top of that, if you’re vegan your options are dramatically reduced. I saw Holly’s vegan optional, homemade creme egg recipe a long time…

Avila: Ethical Australian Fashion Hits London

If you live in London, you’ve probably noticed that London Fashion Week is currently ongoing. It’s a busy time and there’s a lot of interesting things going on, but for me I’ve loved learning more about Avila, an ethical fashion brand based out of Australia. Ashleigh, founder and designer, was chosen to showcase Avila’s beautiful…

Vegan Bags by Vilma Boutique

I love fashion but I have to admit, I’m a little bit rubbish with bags. When it comes to dance it’s a backpack life for me, meaning that when I’m back in the world of the normally clothed I often find myself lacking when it comes to these, the most basic of accessories. A good bag is one…

10 Tips For Wellbeing At Work

Todays post comes from the wonderful Nonki Skeef. Outside of the blogging world I’ve known Nonki for a good few years now, and she is one of my favourite people in London. Inside the blogging world she dedicates her writing to slow living, traveling off the beaten path, and living an ethical life entwined with adventure and…

Ethical Fashion Made Easy With Sheer Apparel

Having been in this ethical game a little while now, I find one of the most common issues people bring up with me is how hard it is for them to find ethical fashion, that they really want to buy better but there are just no alternatives out there. This always seems surprising to me, but then…

Vegan Valentine’s Pop Tarts

Through the month of February I’ve been lucky enough to have the input of quite a few of my ethical blogger favourites over here on Ethical Unicorn. Due to some circumstances beyond my control this month is a mad one (don’t worry, I am ok), and these kind souls have been gracious enough to step…

Why Food Has Fair Trade Labels, But Clothes Don’t

Today’s incredibly insightful post comes from across the pond. Kasi Martin is the founder of The Peahen, and is based in the wonderful city of Austin, Texas. Her writing is constantly insightful, interesting and witty, I seriously recommend you check out her website, or follow her on social media (find her on Instagram here). This…

Fashion Trash to Treasure with Lalla X RR

At the beginning of this year I was lucky enough to meet Lalla Bronshtein, the mind behind the fashion label LallaxRecycledRevolution (or LallaxRR for short). We sat down to talk all things upcycling, creativity and fashion, as well as getting a cheeky try on of one of her handmade pieces. I loved learning about the unique…

My Ethical Fitness Journey

It’s February, the month where New Year’s Resolutions come to die. How has yours been going for you? In the spirit of February, I’m here today to talk about a fitness journey I’ve been managing to stay on, and what I’ve been learning about ethical living along the way. Back at the beginning of the…

A Day At Divestival (My New Favourite Eco Festival)

‘We all came here because we’re environmentally minded, but that doesn’t mean we’re environmentalists or hippies, it just means we’re right.’ While this last weekend was certainly a shaky one globally, these words have stayed with me all week. They were spoken at Divestival, a festival to celebrate Waltham Forest council in London’s decision to…

Seasonal Eating: February Food To Keep You Warm

February is round the corner, which means that some new foods are coming into season! I always love cooking, but more than ever I have also been finding it a great tool for self care. As the world seems determined to keep chugging through crazy town for a while, I find my mental health is a…