Vegan leather is in fact faux leather, but well named and is the ethical alternative to real leather. Many vegan leathers are created through the use of acrylic, PVC, nylon or vinyl fibers. There are also others which are made from natural materials, such as cork oak bark (cork leather), or crafted from kelp (ocean leather). With veganism on the rise and more and more demand for cruelty free alternatives in fashion, vegan leather has evolved and is used by fashion brands worldwide. If you’re a hard to please, high-quality seeking bag fiend, you will be pleasantly surprised to see just how many chic vegan leather bags there are out there. So before you write them off as some hippie style, cheap looking, plastic feeling abomination to fashion, take a look at the following lust worthy bags that would look great on any arm. No longer is there a need to compromise on style and quality!
Circus by Sam Edelman Nicole Embellished Bag; Nastygal.com
ASOS Snake Insert Shoulder Bag; ASOS.com.au
Nikki Reed X Freedom of Animals Mini Bucket Bag; Freedomofanimals.com
Too Late Now to Say Starry Bag; Nastygal.com
Silence + Noise Whipstitch Bucket Backpack by Urban Outfitters; Urbanoutfitters.com
Carrie by Matt and Nat; Mattandnat.com
Dark Navy Faux Embossed Croco Leather Backpack by Armani Jeans; Forzieri.com
Kennedy Shoulder Bag by Melie Bianco; Meliebianco.com
Reed Geometric Shoulder Bag by Melie Bianco; Meliebianco.com
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