Vegan Coats To Keep You Warm This Winter
As a vegan fashion blogger, one of my biggest challenges is finding vegan coats. You know the drill – 2% of wool that you didn’t expect, down feathers mixed with synthetic ones, and of course finding materials such as alpaca, cashmere, silk and other animal-derived textiles in every coat that you love.
I feel you, it’s very difficult to find options that fit both your ethics and style! But thankfully, more and more companies are meeting this demand and I’ve gathered my top five favourite brands to keep you warm and cosy this winter.
Probably the most well-known company in terms of vegan coats, New-York company Vaute uses 100% vegan and cruelty-free materials, recycled fibers and high-tech to create their beautiful designs. Offering dressy, snow-proof, waxed, mens and unisex coats, this is a must for someone who is new to the vegan game and is looking to invest in their first vegan coat to last many years.
Exclusively for women, this French vegan brand has ventured itself in the coat market since May this year and they’ve gotten a great deal of attention. Suitable for any shape or size, Magnethik offers classic tailored coats with colours such as grey, black and oatmeal. Watch this space for more models coming soon!
EMBASSY OF BRICKS AND LOGS
For those of you who like to stay warm no matter the occasion, this one is for you. Made from vegan synthetic down, this new kid on the block will make everyone jealous around you. Available in multiple colours and lengths, here is another cool brand that believes in practicality, as well as sustainability and veganism.
Known for its heat-tech and unisex parkas, they o er proper winter coats to keep you warm on a cold night. Based in Amsterdam, Hoodlamb prides itself in using vegan, sustainable and ethical. All of their garments are made from hemp, one of the world’s strongest natural fibres. You’ll be walking around like an eco-warrior in this I promise!
SAVE THE DUCK
For a down-free alternative, this brand straight from Italy makes coats from a vegan and eco-friendly material called Plumetech®: warmer, more breathable and lighter than the real feathers, they are PETA-approved and completely harm-free.
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