Vegan Fashion Is Becoming, Well…Fashionable!
The holidays are upon us! If you’re a vegan, receiving non-vegan clothing or accessories from well-meaning gift-givers can become an uncomfortable situation. Many people don’t realize that vegans typically do not use products made from animals (leather bags, belts, or wallets, suede clothing, jewelry made from ivory, etc). Also, it can often be hard to determine if clothes or accessories are truly vegan. In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we share tips for finding vegan fashion, including some places that cater specifically to vegan shoppers.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
Corkoraccessories – bags & wallets – made from all-natural cork. Vegan and eco-friendly!
- How to Wear Vegan
- Herbivore Clothing Company
- Alternative Outfitters
- Cruelty-free Vegan Fashion Brands, Designers, and Stores
Resources Used for this Episode
- 2014 Vegan Fashion Awards
- Are vegan shoes eco-friendly?
- The 10 of the Best Vegan Designers
- Cruelty-free Vegan Fashion Brands, Designers and Stores
Recipe of the Week
Quotes of the Week
The finest clothing made is a person’s own skin, but, of course, society demands something more than this.
— Mark Twain
Question: How closely do you pay attention to what your clothes and accessories are made of? Do you consciously avoid leather and other animal materials?
Thanks for listening!
Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa