4 Ethical Fashion Podcasts You Should Listen To Right Now

5 Ethical Fashion Podcasts You Should Be Listening To Right Now

Podcasts. Whether you are running, in the car, biking or sitting at home; they always go down well and leave you feeling a little inspired to make positive change. 

Today we are sharing 4 Ethical Fashion Podcasts you should be listening to right now if you aren’t already. 


 

So, what are you waiting for? Head online or on your phone and start listening to some of the above Ethical Fashion Podcasts! I can guarantee that you’ll learn something from all of the episodes within the podcasts, I know I have. 

Brodie

Founder + Blogger

Hey there! I'm Brodie, the passionate blogger behind Ethically Engaged. My mission is to find ethical lifestyle options to lead you in the direction of conscious consumerism. I hope you enjoy coming along this journey with me x

8 Comments
    1. That’s so good to hear! Podcasts are fabulous for starting your day right! My fav episodes from Wardrobe Crisis would be:

      – Rachel Rutt, Making Mending Great Again
      – Blake Mycoskie, TOMS’ Chief Shoe-Giver on One for One
      – Laura Wells – Plastic Sucks

      Let me know your favs and the episodes you have listened too!

  1. My wife and I are just getting into ethical fashion so podcasts are something we will be getting used to! There is so much consumerist crap and marketing ads on the radio these days so I look forward to soaking up some information!

    1. That is fantastic, I’m so glad to be able to help you on this journey! I couldn’t agree more! I prefer using my own Spotify playlist or Podcasts in the car for that very reason!

  2. I have actually never listened to podcasts… only passed through the app on my phone. Thanks for these recommendations, I will definitely be giving them a go!

    1. That was me a year or two ago! I have a bit of an obsession with them now… when you start listening to them you’ll understand why! I always finish them so inspired and eye opened x

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