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Vegan woven jelly sandals

Vegan woven jelly sandals

If you’re in the UK and have been inspired by my recent postings about woven jelly sandals and perforated 80s vintage jelly shoes, then here’s a pair of rather similar jellies hailing from the UK. These have more of a woven effect than the Marc […]

Vintage 80s plastic vegan shoes

Vintage 80s plastic vegan shoes

Well, before we go any further, I have to say – I don’t have a link for you to get a hold of these particular shoes. I found these beauties on a beautiful lady at a designer clothes sale in Tel Aviv and just had […]

DIY Vegan recycled rain boots

DIY Vegan recycled rain boots

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 […]

Vegan slingback mid heel sandals

Here’s another plastic / rubber creation from Marc Jacobs. This time, for the more grown up in style. These cute, Italian-made little black heels are classic enough to go with your little black dress. More importantly, look at how shiny and sleek they are! They […]

Vegan cut out rubber pumps

Aren’t these fun and girlie? I like the cut out design and the little wedge, plus the ribbon makes a nice touch. Yup, rubber is definitely a vegan’s friend when it comes to summer footwear. They are by Marc Jacob, and you can get them […]

Vegan Stella McCartney lucite heel vinyl sandals

Vegan Stella McCartney lucite heel vinyl sandals

I sort of like Stella McCartney. I’d like to like her more than I do, because the world needs more vegan designer shoes, but she does use “eco-leather” in some of her shoes, which is not very vegan or even vegetarian. It’s like having a […]

Vegan jeweled jelly sandals

Vegan jeweled jelly sandals

Aren’t these fun? Writing about summery jelly sandals has gotten me in the mood for summer…And in the mood for jellies. And there’s always room for jellies, right? These are made in Brazil by the other “original jelly shoe company” as in, not Melissa Shoes. […]