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These Irish influencers are slaying the sustainable fashion game

Sustainability has never looked so good


In recent times, sustainability has become one of the key elements of fashion for many.

It can be cheap, good for the environment and it allows for some serious creativity.

For your inspiration, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite Irish style gurus who are nailing the sustainability game.

Niamh Cullen


Influencer Niamh Cullen is well known for her style tips and tricks having previously worked in Brown Thomas.

She mixes sustainable choices with high street fashion to get her signature style.

She has paired this blouse from vintage store Nine Crows with a belt, bicycle shorts and heels for ultimate 80s mom vibes.

Tara Stewart


RTÉ 2FM DJ Tara Stewart has a gorgeous unique sense of style. Upcycling is a key part of her sustainable efforts, giving life to previously loved clothes.

She regularly updates her fans on Instagram with her latest charity shop finds.

If you want to learn all her tricks, Tara is hosting an upcycling workshop in collaboration with Sustainable Fashion Dublin in The Tara Building on September 7th.

Annie O’Rourke


Annie is the owner of Etsy store, Think Threads.

She hand makes gorgeous embellished earrings that are made of 80% recycled materials.

She is also super passionate about raising awareness around the pollution of fast fashion, including a fact about the industry on every Instagram post.

Keelin Moncrief


Youtuber Keelin Moncrief is at war with fast fashion.

The influencer not only puts together gorgeous outfits but she also educates her followers on the effects of fast fashion as well as single use plastics.

If you want outfit inspo as well as useful information about sustainability, you can follow Keelin on Instagram here.

Mollie Parsons


Host of “Molly’s Minutes” Podcast, Molly Parsons is a brilliant example of buying on a budget.

Molly regularly shares her charity shop finds, and even hosts charity shop crawls where she shares her thrifting tips.

Her next charity shop crawl is unfortunately sold out but you can follow her on Instagram for updates on her next one.

Roz Purcell


At this years Electric Picnic, Roz turned her hand to sustainable fashion choices.

The author chose to pair a gorgeous second-hand biker coat with trousers and boots. Another outfit she wore for the festival included a gorgeous pair of cut-off denim shorts from Nine Crows.