Vegan Fashion Week, Day 2: Boots
Step into our top picks for charming, harm-free boots.
September 14, 2015
When it comes to footwear, vegan materials have come a long way, and we no longer need to suffer through foot-suffocating pleather. New, breathable and stylish vegan suede, leather, and even faux sheepskin are available at online retailers and in stores like MooShoes (located in both New York and Los Angeles). Whether you’re navigating city streets or high-fashion parties, prefer over-the-knee glam, chic ankle styles, or the rugged look of a sturdy pair of Dr. Martens, these vegan boots reflect a new era in stunning vegan footwear.
Tan Suede Mid-Calf Fringe Boot by Badlands
Bring your warm-weather Bohemian style into fall with a mid-calf boot that rocks for all the right reasons.
Bilocate Burgundy Fawn Belted Wedge Boots by Blowfish
A velvety wedge boot with non-slip rubber soles and brass buckle accents will have you prancing down the street in plush style.
Melanie Chelsea Boot by Insecta Shoes
Wrap your feet in fall florals with Brazilian vegan brand Insecta Shoes, which only uses recycled materials and fits each shoe with comfortable vegan leather insoles.
Winter Show Gold Boots by Stella McCartney
Leather-free designer Stella McCartney’s metallic-splashed boots are a high-heeled, high-fashion show stopper.
Farah Boot by Beyond Skin
The company’s slogan is “genuinely not leather,” and these over-the-knee, faux sheepskin boots in camel are both water-resistant and ultra chic.
Flat Pointed Ankle Boot by Zara
Each season, Spanish brand Zara rolls out a few vegan styles, and these little black boots go perfect with that little black dress.
8 Eye Brush Cherry by Dr. Martens
A feminine outfit paired with classic Docs in a cherry hue—now completely vegan in eight-eye boot and three-eye shoes—kicks up your style with a little rugged edge.
Z-Howl, Black and Blue by Olsenhaus
A faux leather and suede combo that looks like both a boot and a shoe, slide on these blue-hued stilettos from all-vegan brand OlsenHaus to be dressed to (not) kill.
Strappy Flat Boot by Cri de Coeur
This over-the-knee beauty with a low wood heel and welt stitching is a collaboration with ingénue Arden Wohl—and made in an ethical, sweatshop-free facility.