So… 2020 hasn’t turned out as anyone expected, which has meant that so many of the eagerly anticipated Vegan Events have been pushed back or even cancelled. Here is our list of events for 2020 & 2021. We will keep this updated with any date and venue changes. If you are hosting a Vegan Event… Continue reading Vegan Events 2020 & 2021
Even if you are the only vegan in your family, it’s likely that you’ll still want to buy only cruelty free clothes and accessories for your friends and family this Christmas. Not because you’ve chosen the festive season to quietly indoctrinate everyone you know, but you’ve simply decided to follow a path, and it extends… Continue reading 10 Vegan Clothing & Accessory Gift Ideas for Christmas
My first shopping trip as a vegan was to replace some much loved brown boots, which I’d been wearing on and off for a few years. They were super comfortable and went with nearly anything, but were also leather and I’d decided now was the time to let go. (Obviously they were donated to a local charity shop rather that being thrown away).
“A philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude—as far as is possible and practicable—all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose; and by extension, promotes the development and use of animal-free alternatives for the benefit of humans, animals and the environment. In dietary terms it denotes the practice of dispensing with all products derived wholly or partly from animals.” – The Vegan Society
We’ve created this cheat sheet for people starting out shopping for vegan clothes. It’s not always obvious what the vegan alternatives are for common garments, and you could spend hours researching on Google, or save yourself some time and check our handy guide first.
Wooly hats and gloves are a staple in many people’s winter wardrobes, but most don’t realise the unnecessary harm that rearing sheep brings. Sheep are regularly nicked, cut, amputated, and even castrated during the shearing process. If you don’t think that the process of shearing itself is bad, you might want to consider the larger… Continue reading Vegan Hats & Gloves
The cold weather certainly feels like it’s on its way, and the high street is stocking up with winter coats. A real challenge when looking for animal free and cruelty free clothes though, is being sure that what you’re buying are truly vegan winter coats. Many fashion coats you’ll find online and on the high… Continue reading Vegan Winter Coats
These non vegan clothing materials may be obvious to many but could catch you out if you’re a newbie. If you spot these on the materials tag, then steer well clear. Leather Leather is still as pervasive in clothing now as it was a thousand years ago, but we live in an age where the… Continue reading Non Vegan Clothing Materials
For a lot of people the term ‘vegan’ is primarily associated with food, but living fully plant-based means removing animal products from all areas of your life, and this includes what we wear as well as what we eat. But whilst someone can stop eating meat in a day, emptying a wardrobe and starting all… Continue reading Vegan Clothing Materials
First and foremost, It’sVeganMade is a blog aimed at people looking for stylish, well made clothing. It just so happens that those people are also vegan. One of the biggest challenges for modern vegans, especially those less acquainted living a full plant-based lifestyle, is finding high quality, ethical clothes that fit their personal style. We’re… Continue reading Best Vegan Clothing Brands UK