Ever looked at your fave influencers and thought oh I’d love yo wear that outfit? Well, now you can thanks to ebloggers.
ebloggers gives new life to fashion and beauty pieces from your favourite influencers’ so that you can #weartheirwardrobe and style lush second -hand clothing pieces. They want to make it easier for followers to shop their favourite bloggers wardrobes at a fraction of the price, whilst helping influencers to sell their unwanted items by freeing up their time to do what they’re best at.
The company was started by Lisa Minoli started after managing the digital boutiques of a number of the UK’s top influencers. With an eye for selecting stylish pieces, approving their quality and managing their sale, she grew the business to the ebloggers site of today. Many of our favourite influencers have overflowing wardrobes and with ebloggers they can pass on their pre-loved picks to followers, fans and fellow fashionistas. You can shop pieces from the likes of our faves Danielle Peazer and CC Clarke to Beverley Knight, Calum Best and Lauren Mahon. They have a massive list of bloggers and influencers who list their clothes and accessories, you can check out the full list here.
And here is why we love ebloggers, For every item sold, they donate a percentage to charity. The percentage is decided by the blogger – this could range from 5% to 100% of the total sale. The company is also committed to doing the bit to help the planet, they promote a circular economy at its core through reselling bloggers’ unwanted items, which is a responsibility we take very seriously.
£140 million worth of clothing is sent to landfill each year in the UK! They are passionate about prolonging the lifespan of garments through reselling.
To tackle unnecessary waste, they package all items in recyclable mailing bags OR reused cardboard boxes.
Another great thing about ebloggers is when you buy from them you are also donating to charity as proceeds from each sale go to charity. The percentage is decided by the blogger – this could range from 5% to 100% of the total sale. The site has partnered with The Michael Matthews Foundation and The Teenage Cancer Trust where they will each receive 50% of the charity donations (besides those from collections that have their own chosen charity).
Collections vary from high street names to high end. And you can get them for a fraction of the retail price. Especially if you look in the sites “Outlet”.
If you are an influencer/blogger and love the idea of getting rid of some of your clothes and want to give to charity at the same time, ebloggers have a really helpful video on their site showing you just how easy it is to do.
Here at Fuzzable we love ebloggers, we think it’s a brilliant idea and a great way to get hold of pieces you’ve seen and loved and is one of our go-to places when shopping online.
You can down the ebloggers app here.
Let us know at @Fuzzable who you would love to see listing their clothes on ebloggers?