Most Vegan women like myself dread of the thought that over 35 million beautiful, intelligent animals are wiped out just for their dog’s fur or leather on their backs (and that’s only the winter! ), but that doesn’t stop us from being every bit as stylish as our carnivorous counterparts. Apart from the fact, that we only want cruelty-free fashion, we have the same desire to collect dozens upon dozens of flip flops, athletic shoes, loafers, flip-flops, knee-high boots, and other footwear for our shoe wardrobe. A decade ago, this will be a challenge — one that appears to be almost impossible as all vegan shoes practically looked the same.
Nowadays, finding cruelty-free shoes isn’t as hard as it sounds. Now as part of your, companies are needs to cater to people that have a cruelty-free fashion vegan tshirts sense and are now offering a broader variety to choose from. As this trend continues to emerge, the only challenge you will have is figuring out how many shoes you may not need. You’ll have to begin asking yourself how many of them you may not love, and how many fit well, complement your fashion style and are versatile enough to serve multiple purposes.
One pair of weather-protective footwear.
If you could only buy one shoe in your life, an eco-friendly, air-seal range shoe like the 14-Eye Shoe from Vegetarian Shoes is the one to go with. If you spend adequate time outdoors, go with two twos. Air-seal range boots sporting steel tipped toe and a sole made from plastic wheels can provide that long lasting quality you need and want.
One or two twos of fashion boots in a medium or dark natural.
These leather alternative boots are classic enough for work-wear yet sexy enough to add an edge to jeans and a daily first tee. Top-of-the-calf boots with a flat heel are one of the cold temperature season’s hottest looks, but are surprisingly in-demand even as the next thunderstorm grows warmer. For anybody who love the Electrical engineer boots, but want something a little more fitted, the Biker boots are perfect! When you’re feeling a little “rebel”, put them on as biker boots. When your style is more classic looking, take off the buckle, instantly giving you simple, comfortable boots that go with everything.
One pair of chic looking boots
Almost knee high boots like the Aurora, give you a chic look with straight skirts and classic-cut slacks. They can be worn with bare legs or opaque winter stockings. Plus, they are very effective with formal and near-formal wear, they add complexity to jeans, and instantly decorate a denim skirt and cardigan like nothing else can. You can also get the same look with Alta style that is only 11″ from the the top of shoe to the bottom of this eco-friendly fashion footwear. The top of is made from the highest quality man made micro-fibers while the lining is usually made up of extremely soft man made micro-fibers or fleece coat.
One pair of neutral-colored casual boots for the weekend
A lady can never go wrong with classics such as the Amy shoe. Your weekend casual cruelty-free shoe should have an extremely soft and flexible sole making it extremely comfortable for all day wear. Make sure your casual eco-friendly boots exteriors are made from “leather” like man made micro-fibers giving you that stylish look, while the interior consists of a soft cotton lining and a generous foot bed that will accommodate you.
One pair of attractive non-leather athletic shoes.
The fall time is the perfect time to run around the track at your nearby park, and revel in your surroundings. Whether your eco-friendly non-leather athletic shoes are produced from hemp or man made micro-fibers, they are go well with your tracksuit, yet hard-working enough to perform at the gym. The best athletic/sporty shoes are the twos that have an extremely supportive EVA sole, and a thick padding tongue.
If you follow the above tips you will create the perfect eco-friendly fall/winter ladies fashion footwear wardrobe, that no matter what the occasion is, you will have the perfect non-leather shoe. Remember, no one can have fashion without concern.