Wednesday 13 November 2019

4 Vegan Alternatives for Your Favorite Fall Fashion Accessories

You may believe vegans have limited options when shopping for fashionable clothing. The good news is that vegan fashion has become more stylish. These vegan fashion accessories are good for animals, the environment and you.

Vegan Shoes

No one has to suffer when you buy 100% vegan shoes. A few brands you may want to check out include Matt & Nat, Holster Fashion, PAWJ California, Olsenhaus, DIVADI Shoes and many more. Vegan Ballet Flats come in plenty of smart, ethical designs and styles to fit your budget as well. Be comfortable and cruelty-free when you head to the mall, supermarket, bookstore or anywhere you desire. This is your life, and you have the right to live by higher ethical standards for a better world. You’ll also be a good role model for everyone else.

Vegan Leather Jackets and Faux Fur Coats

You don’t have to wear real leather to make a statement. Feel like a better person and look great when you put on a faux leather jacket. Besides this, it’s often more affordable than the real thing. BB Dakota, ASOS, Topshop and more have exceptional jackets for less than $100. Different styles include quilted, asymmetrical and biker among others. Be yourself by putting together a unique outfit, and never go back to using an innocent creature for fashion again. Although a coat made of real animal fur may be beautiful, it was created from a real animal. Animals don’t deserve to be tortured to become a piece of clothing. Unreal Fur sells some of the best quality faux fur in the fashion industry. Their goal is to put an end to the use of real fur and focus on animal welfare, a passion for art and ethical business practices. Stella McCartney, Zara US, Free People and others also use vegan fur in their designs.

Vegan Earrings

If you enjoy expressing your love for nature, KUMA has a unique collection of butterfly earrings to add flair to your look. KUMA also designs brooches, necklaces and accessories for adults and kids, or you can create some yourself. Rebecca Schiffman Jewelry has architecture-inspired jewelry, while Cumille is a genderless, Paris-based brand bringing you bold vegan jewelry.

You can also buy faux pearls. Similarly to honey, pearls are not animals, but rather animal byproducts. The concern and different opinions as to if they’re considered vegan depends on who you ask, the conditions in which the bees or oysters are raised in, and if they’re being farmed in damaged for human consumption. If you want to be on the safe side get a fake pearl set and nobody will be able to tell the difference.

Being ethical should be an important part of everyone’s life. Conserving the environment and saving animals is a moral responsibility all people should live by. Choosing vegan alternatives may be like saying you want a better planet for all.

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