15 vegan leather bags you won’t even know aren’t the real thing


The days of sacrificing fashion for your beliefs are GONE, gone! Environmentally friendly, cruelty-free designers are showing the world, one bag at a time, that “fake” is no longer a dirty word when it comes to handbags. Instead, it’s a chic lifestyle that even leather lovers will appreciate once they see it. vegan school bags, tote bags, shoulder straps and handbags just as stylish, if not more! – than the real thing. Scroll down to see the designs you practically beg to see under the tree, leather be sacred!

Melie Bianco Stella bucket bag ($ 73): If the season’s famous It-bag isn’t in your budget, this Melie Bianco bucket rack is a perfect substitute. The luxury styling is PETA approved and looks just as upscale as the STAUD leather version.

Stella Logo Bag Stella McCartney ($ 790): Who says vegan can’t be a designer? Longtime vegetarian, Stella McCartney’s entire couture collection is made without fur or leather, so you can feel good about picturing the logo on your arm with this perforated alter nappa tote. Premium? It comes with a detachable pouch for valuables.

LaBante London Cabriole Tote Bag ($ 165): Entrust a European brand with the task of creating a high-quality, 100% chic vegan bag. Operating under the umbrella term “Fashion with respect”, the company is also environmentally friendly and approved by PETA.

MeDusa bag ($ 99): Even girls who love leather will be clamoring to get their hands on these unique and quirky MeDusa bags, all of which are stamped with the brand’s sculpted designs and vibrant hues. The best of all? They are all completely cruelty-free and environmentally friendly!

Matt and Nat Tamara Bag ($ 155): Short for “Matt” erial and “Nature,” each piece in this durable and eco-friendly line is made with non-animal material, right down to its lining (which, BTdubs, is made from recycled nylon). Still, it looks just as luxurious as expensive leather, which makes the viewer more discerning. Add to that the fact that it’s under $ 200, and we’re totally sold!

Kate Spade – Sima Highland Drive Mini Bag In Faux Metallic ($ 148): While you might assume that a designer like Kate Spade is all leather, all the time there are actually a few faux styles thrown into the mix that are just as beautiful as their animal-based counterparts. Concrete example ? This gorgeous mini metallic, available in soft rose gold or anthracite. Swoon!

Jeane & Jax perforated weekend bag ($ 135): This Montreal line not only aims to offer us cruelty-free fashion, but it also wants to make it affordable. Based on the looks from this coveted weekend, we’ll go ahead and say mission accomplished.

Angela Roi Luna shoulder bag ($ 135): Boasting perhaps the most flexible products of any brand we’ve researched, Angela Roi delivers quality, but not at the expense of the animals. These smooth, creamy, animal-friendly leathers are amazing, and the designs are on par with any of the biggest names you are likely to find. In short? It’s a fashion girl’s dream.

Urban Originals Splendor Vegan Leather Bag ($ 98): This little beauty looks a lot more expensive than its under $ 100 price tag, thanks to its leather-free materials. It * is * however in the trend (and water resistant too!).

Céline Dion Symphony faux leather bag (108): Hey, if that’s good enough for fashion queen Celine, it’s good enough for us! Available in pewter, burgundy, or black shown, this bag, with its hexagon-shaped hardware flash on the sides, is the perfect choice for the holidays.

Weekender Bag Two Lux Hazelnut ($ 145): This gorgeous weekender has a leather aesthetic with a velvety feel without guilt thanks to its leather-free fabric. It comes in three shades and is large enough to store all of your belongings for your vacation trips. Talk about a win-win!

H&M Shopper ($ 25): We could hardly believe our eyes when we spotted this stylish shopper for a fraction of the cost of a leather bag, but H&M has somehow woven its economic magic to create a realistic-looking faux leather for a fraction of the cost. cost of its competitors. *Bow down*

Gunas Naomi bag ($ 145): These PETA-approved bags, handcrafted in South Korea, live up to the brand’s slogan of “haute couture, zero cruelty”. This one comes in six colors and emulates ostrich leather with a simple eco-polyurethane, recycled plastic bottle liner, and recycled metal hardware. Genius!

Violet Ray Leanna Braided Vegan Crossbody Bag ($ 48): If you are looking for a smaller bag, this braided shoulder bag is for you. With an authentic exterior that manages to look almost worn, we’d take it for the real deal if we didn’t know better. A removable and adjustable shoulder strap and double zip compartments only add to its appeal.

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Which bag did you like the most? Share with us on @BritandCo.

Which bag did you like the most? Share with us on @BritandCo.

Brit + Co can sometimes use affiliate links to promote products sold by others, but always offer genuine editorial recommendations.

(Photos via Matt & Nat, Stella mccartney, Bloomingdale’s, Melie Bianco + Astonished)


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