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Mom Blogger's Vegan Shoe Line

A vegan mommy blogger in Michigan has released a new shoe collection of cruelty-free, fashionable footwear.

Stay-at-home mom and vegan blogger Elizabeth Katzman has just released a line of cruelty-free women’s shoes on her website, Elizabeth’s Kind Café. The Michigan “momtrepreneur” has designed a variety of trendy boots, heels, platforms, and sandals for women who seek leather-free fashion. All of her designs—which include faux-suede slingbacks, combat boots, and flip-flops embellished with the slogan “Go Veg”—are crafted from recycled, eco-friendly, and biodegradable materials. Katzman, a former lawyer, now uses her website and a weekly community television show to promote cruelty-free living. “The vegan lifestyle makes sense on so many levels,” she says in a press release, “and that means not only what we eat, but what we put on our bodies and in our homes.”

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