Top 10 Vegan Fashion Brands
Hello and welcome to the 4th post of The Vegan Wardrobe Challenge series. How are you doing today? If you haven’t been following us from the beginning, please check this post. You will find the links to all the posts that have already been published. You will learn which materials are cruel, how you can substitute them and how to tell animal derived materials from synthetic materials. You’ll also learn how to read labels and not be fooled by pretty names. Woot woot!
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Today we’re going to have a look at some very cool cruelty-free brands. I know you were waiting for this post. We have learnt that many materials are cruel in the fashion industry, but where should you shop to make sure you keep being cruelty-free? Awesome question. I’m here to help! I will list 10 brands that are 100% vegan, 100% cool and 100% chosen by me. You’ll find the list useful if you love an edgy, unique and stylish wardrobe. Ready? Let’s start!
Top 10 Cruelty-Free Fashion Brands
1. Cri de Coeur
The one and only high-end shoe brand when it comes to vegan shoes. If you are a veganista (a vegan fashionista) you must own at least one pair of Cri de Coeur. Chances are you have already seen many of their shoes if you follow me on Pinterest, especially on this board.
2. Wills London
I placed an order but my package never arrived because post in my country is sh@#. You know what Will did? He sent me a new pair of shoes on the spot, with super fast shipping. The shoes are amazing, comfy and super high quality. The customer service definitely goes the extra mile so if you need a pair of ankle boots, Oxford shoes or sneakers you know where I’ d send you. Wills Vegan Shoes has a wide range of men shoes, too. Score!
3. Blowfish Malibu
I think that Blowfish shoes are the most comfortable shoes I’ve ever worn. I love their biker boots and their sneaker boots, they’re my favourite shoes when I need something to wear when I have a long day! I was a fan even before going cruelty-free, I found them on Asos years ago and fell in love.
Stylish, vegan and green. They use materials like recycled plastic bottles and cork and their products are of the highest quality and durability. Their bags, backpacks and purses are very classic design-wise and there’s plenty for men, too.
5. Vaute Couture
The go-to vegan brand if you are in need of a beautiful coat! Definitely some of the most amazing designs around, they beat most of non-vegan designs as well imho. They also sell other clothing, accessories and men’s clothing. Last but not least, Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart is a personality in the vegan world!
6. Iron Fist
Cruelty-free, sweatshop free and totally cool. If you’re on the wild side you might want to check their shop. Crazy prints, colourful clothes and droolworthy shoes. Definitely one of my favourites. If you have been following styleBizarre for a while you’ll know I’ve got a real soft spot for Iron Fist!
7. Delikate Rayne
Minimal, edgy and futuristic designs. Just what the vegan fashion world needed. I can hear you mutter “Ugh vegan fashion… brown shapeless dresses and flower prints!” Well, not anymore. Cruelty-free fashion has come a long way. See for yourself!
8. Bruce Heart
I don’t know how, but their logo is stuck into every vegan’s mind. I knew their logo before I knew Bruce Heart was a clothing brand. I bet you know it as well: two cats heads forming a heart? I need to get their snuggly sweater asap. Asap!!
9. Alice Vandy
If you’re looking for totally crazy designs, you’re on the right track. Alice Vandy is an English fashion designer who’s all about keeping her brand cruelty-free while dressing some pretty crazy people. And we love it. Clashing patterns, unicorns and lycra? We’re all for it!
10. The Tree Kisser
Are you looking for sassy and fun vegan t-shirts? The Tree Kisser provides us with a wide range of cool mottos to carry our beliefs on our sleeve. Well, more like on our chest but you get the point. How can you not get a “Wear Pink not Mink” t-shirt? Clever and cute!
I know you are blinded by the awesomeness of these 10 super cool brands. And these are just my favourites: there is a 99,9% chance you can find just what you’re looking for among many cruelty-free and sustainable brands.
Pss, you can find a comprehensive guide of all the most amazing vegan and ethical brands around in The Vegan Wardrobe Challenge e-book. There, I said it. It’s up to you now if you want to miss the number 1 guide to a cruelty-free wardrobe! ;D Get it free by typing your email in the box below.
Check out all the posts in this series:
- Creating a Cruelty-Free Wardrobe (5/01/2015)
- Unexpected Cruelty in your Wardrobe (12/01/2015)
- How to Read Clothing Labels (19/01/2015)
- Top 10 Cruelty-Free Fashion Brands (26/01/2015)
- Recycled and Second-Hand: Your Sustainable and Compassionate Wardrobe (02/02/2015)
- Top 10 Cruelty-Free Fashion Blogs (09/02/2015)
- Cruelty-Free and Sustainable Fashion: It’s Possible! (16/02/2015)
- Your Cruelty-Free Wardrobe – Become Fashion ‘Conscious’ With This Comprehensive Guide (17/03/2015)
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