Autumn is here and it’s time to get yourself a pair of on trendy boots. Don’t worry about finding vegan variations – we’ve done it for you, and all for under $200.
1. The Western Style Boot
Cowgirl boots have been around for years but now they’re updated with a ankle cut! Made from faux leather, with a pointed toe and western stitching, these are every modern cowgirl’s dream.
Gibson by THERAPY $99.95
2. The Snake Print Boot
Animal print can be tricky for a vegan but not with these block-heeled beauties. Team them with a mock snakeskin skirt or mix and match your prints. Either way these almond-toed snake skin boots are on the wish list.
Dallas Ankle Boots by DAZIE $49.95
3. The Weaved Boot
A simple ankle boot can be transformed with the addition of a textured weave. These faux leather boots have a wooden heel for a flash back to the ‘70s and come in black or tan. You might need both.
Voop in Brandy Weave by KO FASHION $117.31
4. The White Boot
There’s no getting away from white this season. Perfectly paired with blue jeans and a white tee, these boots – featuring a daisy white hue with ink black sides and and sole – can be dressed up or down.
Caysi by IVYRWEL $150
5. The Cuban Heel Boot
Made famous in Cuba as the ideal heel for dancing, this classic is big news again. With a pointed toe, sturdy heel and western-inspired stitching, it’s the perfect blend of fashion and comfort. Jump to it.
Tracker by VERALI $99.95
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About the Author
Zoe is a young ethical fashion enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. At 22 she has completed a Fashion Design and Technology Diploma and works at an Ethical Second hand clothing store locally. She is always on the hunt for the next trend that doesn’t compromise the earth or any living thing. Shes an avid shopper and pattern maker and hopes to help make shopping ethically (vegan) easier!
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