That time of the year has come: you desperately need a new pair of boots but all boots are made of leather, shearling or fur. Eek! What is a compassionate girl to do to keep her feet warm and safe? No worries, you have probably been looking in the wrong places. Most vegan Winter boots are very low quality, super cheap and made of plastic, or on the contrary, super expensive. Well, you ain’t gonna find a $50 pair of boots that will last you until Spring: investing some money on a good pair of boots is only good sense.
If you’re tired of spending hours going from end to end looking for the perfect pair of vegan Winter boots, you’re in the right place. We’ve done all the research for you and we have found the 10 perfect pair of boots. We’re pretty sure you’ll find the one that will take you through Winter!
Free People is not a vegan brand, but they carry quite a lot of vegan options in their shop. If I have to choose, I always choose to buy from a 100% vegan company: on the other hand, buying vegan items from a non-vegan company sends a very clear message. Let’s keep the cruelty-free shopping going! PS: these booties are absolutely adorable!
Please allow me to bring the little girl in me back with this pair of pink Care Bear boots by Iron Fist! I think I need these in my life. And I can swear by their comfort because I used to own a pair of Iron Fist fugly boots with another print. So comfy!
Half way across riding boots and wellies (sorry, I meant rainboots. I still have vague memories from my UK life!) Smart, classic and practical quilted vegan boots.
Free People always has something up its sleeve for us vegans. Look at these vegan ankle boots. Certainly not suitable for rainy days, but oh so stylish!
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For the alternative chicks reading: a pair of studded platform Demonia sneakers. I feel like I went all the way back to 2008 when I used to party at goth clubs. Ah, I feel young all of a sudden (yeah I know I’m just 29, but I like playing the seasoned woman).
Free People strikes again, this time with a pair of thigh-high brown faux suede boots that would make Edie Sedgwick jealous. They’re perfect when you must wear a skirt or a dress, but it’s way too cold for it.
Beyond Skin again, with a classic pair of Chelsea ankle boots. Needless to say, you also need a pair of these in your wardrobe. They literally go with everything and they have the power of dressing up even a pair of leggings and a slouchy sweater. Also, when I said I only featured a pair of boots above $200, I lied. Beyond Skin has £ prices, so we must deal with it. 😉
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