Everyone wants to be comfy, cozy, and stylish when the weather cools off, and a lot of people opt for leather, fur, and wool to achieve the look they want. BUT…not only are cruelty-free options often less expensive, you also won’t be wearing the skin or fur of a dead animal which is what I call a total win-win! And you can find options that give the look you want and unless people looked at the tag (which would be weird…) they wouldn’t know it wasn’t the real thing.
Here are my favourite cruelty-free fall fashion items, my friends. You can click on any of the pictures to shop these items.
None of these links are sponsored.
I have the long version of this sherpa-style jacket and just picked up this version as well. Not only is it only $34.99 right now, it’s on trend, and sooo warm and soft! (made of acrylic and polyester) Fits TTS. I got a size small.
A sherpa-lined moto jacket that’s cruelty-free for $69.99. Nice.
I pretty much haven’t taken these off since I got them. It’s hard for me to find size 11 shoes, let alone cruelty-free options when so many boots tend to be suede or leather.
There’s a reason everyone and their cousin is buying this chenille sweater: it’s only $50, COMFY AS HELL, and I mean just look at it? (okay, that’s three reasons). It comes in other colours as well and it’s made of 100% polyester. It fits really loose, I got a size small. I’m going back for the navy version ASAP.
I picked up this faux-leather moto bad boy from Forever 28…oops, Forever 21, a few weeks ago and it’s since gone on sale to $38.99! It’s buttery soft like real leather and the tan colour is a nice alternative to black.
These are tall (they come in regular length too) faux leather leggings with a super-soft lining. Love love love! TTS. I got a size 6.
I grabbed this faux-leather skirt (with a warm and cozy lining) from Zara for my Poison Ivy Halloween costume, but I’ll be wearing it all winter long! Fits loose. I got a size small.
That’s all for me today, folks! Thanks for reading!
xo – C