Ease Your End-of-Summer Blues With These Autumn 2018 Jacket Trends
Let’s face it: summer is well and truly over. Vegan pumpkin spice lattes are now a thing (thankfully), turtlenecks are creeping their way back into our hearts, and jacket weather is in full swing.
You can embrace the best autumn 2018 jacket trends without harming animals by choosing one of these beauties:
Mango Oversize Corduroy Blazer
Rock this sleek, sharp look all season long – as both an outdoor layer and an indoor blazer.
Monki Borg Denim Trucker Jacket in Black
Totally cool, totally animal-friendly, and totally cosy – this jacket is a win-win-win!
H&M Short Pile Coat in Light Beige
Think of this as an effortlessly trendy fluffy cocoon to wrap up in throughout autumn. We’ll take 10.
Weekday Tempera Cord Jacket
This easy-to-wear jacket offers a ’70s vibe with a contemporary twist that’s perfect for the change in season.
New Look Curves Black Leather-Look Biker Jacket
Vegan leather jackets are always in style, and this year is no exception. Make your animal-friendly biker dreams come true.
Lazy Oaf Oversize Pink Pea Coat
Check it out: this classic pea coat reimagined will brighten up even the darkest autumn day.
Zara Short Parka in Camel
A great autumn jacket comes down to getting the basics right, and this parka ticks all the boxes – it’s light, versatile, and durable.
Nike Plus Black Small Logo Hooded Jacket
This jacket is further proof that athleisure never goes out of fashion. Grab this one on those surprisingly warm autumn days.
Vero Moda Transitional Coat in Orangethis jacket on, you can definitely make it through the colder months!
Miss Selfridge Burgundy Utility Shacket
Prepare to conquer the season in style with this look, which brings you utility, comfort, and fashion, all in a single jacket.
Why You Should Choose Vegan Clothing
Sadly, many people still wear clothes made with animal-derived materials without realising that there’s suffering involved – but the reality is that there’s cruelty in every stitch.
— PETA UK (@PETAUK) 14 September 2018
On fur farms, animals such as foxes, minks, and chinchillas spend their entire lives confined to tiny, filthy wire cages. Every year, more than 1 billion animals are slaughtered in the global leather industry. Thirty per cent of the world’s wool comes from Australia, where sheep farmers mutilate millions of lambs annually in a cruel procedure known as “mulesing”. And the exotic-skins industry claims the lives of countless snakes, alligators, seals, zebras, and other beautiful animals.
If you love animals, please don’t wear them. Finding vegan clothing is easy – check out our list of companies using the “PETA-Approved Vegan” logo, and make sure that you always check the label when shopping. Leave anything that contains an animal-derived material on the shelf.
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