4 Vegan Clutches To Go With Your Winter Coat
Kind style blogger Kristiina has curated collection of super cute clutches for fall and winter. Her inspiration for these is the Vaute Couture coat she just ordered! Here’s some style inspiration for all you kind lifers on the hunt for a cute clutch this season:
Vegan Luxe: Clutch Edition
Clutches, iPad cases and minaudières are everywhere this fall. Lucky for us, more and more luxury vegan brands are also popping up. Here is a round up of the must-haves this season.
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Audrey iPad Purse is made from microsuede (made from recycled plastic bottles), vegan leather, recycled zippers and recycled satin. It’s one of the most eco-friendly handbag options you can find. It’s cute and functional with padding to protect your electronics.
Jill Milan handbags are made in Italy of ultrasuede, faux patent and stainless steel details. She has several minaudières in her evening line but my favorite piece in her collection is the Newbury Street Portfolio in grey ultrasuede and olive patent. It could easily go from day to night.
Gunas has a full range of eco-friendly bags from the small Birdie 2 clutch that is pictured to gorgeous travel bags. They are committed to producing ethically made products. All of the bags are handmade by artisans, not in sweatshops. Gunas bags have been spotted in the arms of celebs including Anne Hathaway and Jenny McCarthy.
Cornelia Guest has a gorgeous line of woven faux leather bags. The line is available at Bloomingdale’s though, I recommend supporting the all-vegan online retailer Compassion Couture.
Which is your favorite?
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Kristiina Stromness considers herself your average crazy cat lady. She holds a bachelors degree in Political Science, a certificate inFashion Design and works as a volunteer coordinator for Best Friends Animal Society. In her blog, Typical House Cat, she combines her love of animals and design by writing about vegan-friendly fashion, nail polish, and DIY. Kristiina lives, works and feeds feral cats in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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