Category: Vegan Boots tagged with 'eco'
Winter always makes me think of the countryside, so here are four vegan shoe and boot picks in gorgeous natural tones. Happy Solstice!
Lovely lovely Olsenhaus! These gorgeous boots have cut out bits so may not be the most practical of winter boots but they are so beautiful, I’m willing to overlook that part. Check out their pretty blue platforms and chunky heels! These, like many other Olsenhaus […]
Well, autumn is definitely here and so are all the autumn collections. This season’s Olsen Haus collection has all kinds of interesting finds in it – lots of big wedges and somewhat crazy shoes, alongside a couple of cool knee high boots. I liked these […]
I got so excited about these I accidentally posted this yesterday. If you were fast enough, you got a sneak preview. I could have let you have it, but no. You only get one post a day so here it is. I gotta say that […]
Taking a break from crazy shoes today for something somewhat more practical (as far as heels go). These ultra suave booties by Beyond Skin are just what a girl needs to complete the high flying executive outfit for the office. There are so many ugly […]
In this blog, I usually try to stay away from the more obvious types of vegan shoes and concentrate on more instantly fashionable shoes, as I think that’s the type of vegan shoes people often struggle to find. These 100% recycled vegan hiking boots fall […]
I love hearing about small, ethical shoe companies so I’m really happy to feature these Desert boots by Guat Shoes from Sheffield. They manage to be at once both pretty smart-casual and respectable, yet quite bohemian / hippie as well. Excellent. My friend John owns […]
After writing about the extremely hot recycled vegan boots made from plastic bags, my friend Laura (hi Laura!) sent me this, which she found on Craftzine.com. These are basically simple vegan rain boots that you can make yourself using fused plastic bags. OK, so they’re […]
These are amazing! Yes, they are really made out of recycled plastic bags. The woman who makes them apparently heats up the bags or something and the process transforms them into a flexible, non-toxic material fit for shoe-making. The inside of the boots is apparently […]