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Colbie Caillat Shows Off Vegan Dress On The Today Show

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Colbie Caillat debuted her new single “Hold On” on the Today Show this past Tuesday, but not without proudly promoting her dedication to veganism. The sultry singer wore a glamorous black gown with a sheer bottom, showing off her meat-free physique. The vegan outfit was accented with a statement fringe necklace.

Callait told TODAY.com that what her clothes are made of is as important as how they look. “I’m a vegetarian vegan, so I don’t wear animal products at all. It’s been almost four years (as a vegan). Stella McCartney is a main influence for me because her clothes are high-end but they’re vegan.”

Caillat gushed about the designers shoes, boots, coats and heels, stating that everything is vegan and animal-friendly. The musical maven is proof that you can look stunning, feel fabulous and remain cruelty-free.

(Just to clarify, McCartney’s items are all vegetarian from the shoes to the purses, but not quite vegan. She does use wool in her designs.)

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