by MPD
Categories: Animals, Fashion
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“The hardest part about being vegan is shoes. I mean, really, that’s the only difficult part, finding shoes that don’t have leather on them.”

- Lisa Edelstein discussing the sometimes challenging sport of vegan shoe shopping. This blogger recommends Moo Shoes for all your vegan footwear needs.

via: vegetarianstar.com

  • http://www.ecorazzi.com michael

    I’d also recommend Natalie Portman’s vegan shoes for Te Casan.

  • VeggieTart

    Alternative Outfitters also has some really cute shoes.

  • Neda

    Target has alot of vegan shoes but I have all my dressy shoes from eBay. They are uber inexpensive they are made from all man-made materials. If you have good taste, you should do fine. I get compliments on my shoes all the time… people know I’m vegan and it totally breaks their impression of what vegans look like…. I work in Finance.

    eBay has some hit and miss, and some will not be what you wanted, but still totally worth it for the price and style.

  • http://BrainyBlonde.com erin

    I was going to recommend Target as well.. (I’m not ashamed to admit i go there! :) Also I have a few of Stella McCartney’s vegan shoes (the adidas ones rock!) she’s an awesome designer (and her dad is so awesome) but you can find some man made tennies shoes at target as neda pointed out.

  • http://www.vegetarianshoesandbags.com/ Michelle

    Definitely check out http://www.vegetarianshoesandbags.com/

    Affordable, trendy vegan shoes, boots, handbags, and MORE!

    And….one more reason to check them out? They are running a free Shoes for a Year sweepstakes, good now through December 5.

    The lucky winner gets a free pair of shoes every month for all of 2009. Entries are made each time a purchase is made, however no purchase is necessary. Anyone can go to the site to enter ONCE at http://www.vegetarianshoesandbags.com/vegansweepstakes/freeshoesforayear.aspx . They won’t accept duplicate entries at this address, however.