One of the most endearing things about vegans is that we tend to be happy with what we can get as long as we aren’t hurting anyone! That goes for food, clothing, shoes, accessories — and coats! Goodness knows the options for all things are better than ever before, but one thing I really wished someone would make was a pretty full-length wool-like fall/winter coat WITHOUT THE WOOL.
Well, like a fairy godmother who waived her magic wand, I have procured such a coat. (No, I didn’t make it myself!) Thanks to NOIZE, a cruelty-free clothing company, vegans can sport beautiful coats for men and women that are CRUELTY-FREE, CONSCIOUS, AND AFFORDABLE!
While they also make footwear, loungewear, and accessories, I think their superpower is their line of fashionable coats. I was really torn between the Isabel, Sloane, and Aiko coats and settled on the Isabel coat in grey. HOW. PRETTY. IS. IT? (The faux fur collar can be removed.)
Santa has already been notified that I would like to support this vegan company and buy a second coat from them.
This PETA-approved company uses high-tech synthetic fabrics that are nearly identical to animal-derived materials when it comes to warmth, comfort and style, but NOT when it comes to the cruelty, waste, and expense.
Just get yourself over to their website to browse their PUFFY coats (fills are made with 100% recycled plastic bottles), raincoats, vegan leather jackets, and more VEGAN WOOL coats.
Use this link and JOYFULVEGANFW15 as your coupon code during checkout to receive 15% off of an already beautifully priced catalog! Coats are selling out fast, so get thee thither!
And share photos! I wanna see what you picked!
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