Its Fair Fashion Friday!
Every Friday we post some sustainable style inspo. Whether you are looking for fashion that is fair trade, ethical or vegan friendly, we’ve got you covered.
I love the rebellious edgy look of a good leather biker jacket. I’ve been through a few of them over the years as its been a wardrobe favourite of mine since I was a teenager, but looking for something that is up there in the style stakes without wearing an actual animal skin is a little trickier. There are definitely not as many options when choosing vegan friendly but fear not – I’ve found some awesome biker jackets that look as good as the real deal.
So here they are, cruelty free, faux leather biker jackets, toughening up your wardrobe with a kinder choice, sound good? Read on…
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Quality vegan biker jacket from Dauntless
Made by Dauntless, a vegan and sustainable brand from NYC, this classic biker jacket ticks all the boxes, a quality jacket, made to last, and I absolutely love the quilted detailing!
- Available from the Dauntless website
Edgy vegan leather jacket from FreePeople
This classic biker jacket from Free People looks like a great super fitted option, and even has a detachable jersey hood.
- Available from the Free People website
Vegan leather jackets in a range of colours and shapes from Nasty Gal
High fives to Nasty Gal for delivering a mega range of vegan friendly leather jackets in their current collection. Available in a range of shapes and colours, my personal favourite is the star studded black cropped version.
- Prices from £45
- Available from the Nasty Gal website
Aritzia faux-suede vegan friendly biker jacket
I absolutely love this faux suede jacket, a timeless classic in a warm tone, perfect for spring days.
- Available from the Aritzia website
Noisy May Rebel biker jacket
One for the bold, this ‘Fearless’ faux-leather jacket is a real statement, from Noisy May who have an active approach to sustainability, read more about this here.
- This jacket can be found on the asos website here, however via Asos you can search leather jackets with the option to filter ‘non leather’, results of what they are currently stocking in this category can be found here
What did you think of these jackets, do you have any favourites? As always, do let me know in the comments below.