Winter Is Coming: Top Vegan Coats To Keep You Warm
A vegan winter coat is an essential as the temperature drops. However finding a vegan jacket can be tricky especially when fashion brands use non-vegan materials such as down, wool, leather and fur and harder to spot materials such as animal-derived glue.
Luckily there are ethical brands who have taken a stand against unnecessary suffering and use sustainable and animal-free materials. We have sourced a range of vegan winter coats whether you are after vegan fashion on a budget or looking for something more luxurious.
Oversized faux shearling coat: £65
If you’re on a budget then don’t worry, you can still get a vegan coat and be stylish. Monki is a high street brand that holds sustainability as their core value. This affordable teddy style coat comes in a variety of colours and is perfect for those brisk autumn and winter days.
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Jakke Katie Pink: £200
Jakke sell a variety of gorgeous animal-free, faux fur coats. They are the perfect fashion statement that will keep you warm - and ethical. They even come with a detachable ‘free from fur’ patch, so you can ensure others that you do not support the fur industry. A selection of Jakke coats are also available to buy via ASOS.
SAVE THE DUCK
Women’s Recycled Hooded Coat / S4462W-RECY9 $298
Save The Duck is a BRIGHT favourite combing both eco-friendly and vegan materials while creating simple, stylish, and most importantly, warm coats. They sell both men and womens coats and whilst they are at the more expensive end you know that they are well made. If you’re looking for a long-lasting winter coat then go save the ducks!
The 2019 Lincoln In Storm Blue: $528.50
If you are looking for a more luxurious and high-end coat then Vaute is your shop. Being the first vegan label to be shown at New York Fashion Week this is the jacket for the vegan fashionista. Vaute coats are 100% vegan and state that ‘one day we'll look at wearing animals as a thing of the past’. Support vegan business and animal advocacy by purchasing from Vaute.
In 2017 Fat Face swapped out down feathers for Prima Loft Gold, a partially recycled filler that acts like down but with no harm to ducks involved. The Cumbria puffa comes in three colours: bronze, navy and deep berry and is a more affordable option at £120. The hood is lined with borg - an ethical faux fur that has heat generating and retaining properties.
London Midweight Bomber: $229
Noize is a Peta approved ethical outerwear range which is also eco-friendly. They use sustainable materials including creating fills from recycled bottles instead of the commonly used down feathers. Noize recently started shipping to the UK so you can now get a coat that can keep you warm in temperatures as low as minus 30 degrees. Which we’ll all need soon enough if animal consumption and the climate crisis continue.
EMBASSY OF BRICKS AND LOGS
This premium 100% vegan, ethical outerwear brand creates vegan synthetic down made from recycled PET produced from ocean waste. Embassy of Bricks and Logs use high quality materials to ensure they are a sustainable and long-lasting purchase, while keeping a contemporary style. Jackets start at €270 in a range of colours, lengths and styles.