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Where to Find Cute Vegan Boots All Year Long

Crisp mornings, pumpkin spice lattes, and colorful leaves signal the end of strappy sandal season and ushers in chic boot season! Or, at least that’s how I like to look at the changing of the seasons instead of sulking over the endless days of snow and freezing temperatures. If the season change provokes a shopping trip then it’s not that bad, right!? While it’s never hard to find shops with cute boots and booties, oftentimes they aren’t vegan but have no fear, vegan boots do exist! If you’re looking to refresh your fall and winter wardrobe and need some help on where to find your dream cruelty-free boots, then you’ve come to the right place! Check out this list of 12 places to find vegan boots just in time for fall (and, I guess winter too).

The 12 Best Places to Shop for Vegan Boots

Many of these shops are completely vegan but a few just have vegan options (I included which in their description). It’s truly amazing to see the diversity of vegan footwear grow over the years. I can’t count the number of times I have said I remember when….  


78 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002 & online
One stop into MooShoes and you’ll be ready to tackle whatever fall or winter throws at you! This one-of-a-kind vegan boutique in NYC is ready to tackle all of your vegan shoe and boot needs. Whether you need a cute pair of booties or knee-highs for a night out or boots to combat winter’s woes, they’ve got it. Their lineup of shoes and boots is extensive and features many well-known brands like Dr. Martens, Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather, and their own brand, Novacas. Aside from boots, they also carry jackets, handbags, clothing, and other fun accessories—you can come out with a whole new wardrobe! Interested in learning more about this moo-less boutique? Be sure to check out this interview with the fabulous owners! 

Vegan Boots from MooShoes NYC
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Will’s Vegan Store

This 100% vegan UK-based shop is another great place to pick up your fall and winter wardrobe must-haves! Their boot lineup includes classic knee-high riding boots, low biker boots, snow boots, trendy booties, and much more! And once you’ve picked out your boots, be sure to check out their lineup of sustainable clothing, including gorgeous leather jackets, warm puffer coats, and sweaters. Another benefit of shopping with Will’s is they are carbon-neutral and don’t use any plastic, just one more reason to shop with them.  

Will's vegan Shop UK
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Avesu Vegan Shoes

If you’re looking for a diverse selection of vegan boots, come here! You’ll find sky-high platform boots, booties, sexy knee-high boots, and even hiking boots. Avesu is a vegan shop based in Berlin and works with more than 40 different brands to bring you an amazing selection of vegan shoes—how cool is that!? Aside from boots they also carry a huge selection of handbags, backpacks, belts, and more. Shipping to the US is $20 but they often have sales—that makes all the difference when you have to pay for shipping, right?

Avesu Vegan Boots
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Matt & Nat

If you’re looking for a chic pair of boots that will have everyone saying, “Where did you get those,” then shop no further than Matt & Nat. They have the perfect pointy-toed boots that will look oh so stylish with a pair of wide-legged pants, over-the-knee boots for a sexy mini dress, or sleek flat riding boots to go with just about anything in your closet. Matt & Nat is also known for their drop-dead gorgeous handbags including briefcases, clutches, and everything in between. 

Matt and Nat Vegan Boots
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Beyond Skin

This luxury vegan fashion brand has been selling some of the most stunning and on-trend footwear styles for 20 years! All of their shoes are handmade in Spain, ensuring no details are missed. Check out their eighties-inspired ankle booties with tumbled vegan leather, gorgeous cognac riding boots, or suede slouch boots. Whatever you choose, you’ll be the most fashionable person on the street!

Beyond Skin Knee High Boots
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This ethical footwear brand seeks to not only protect the animals, but also the planet, workers in the fashion industry, and its clients by creating vegan and eco-conscious footwear. Founded in NYC in 2012, they have set out to create quality vegan styles that are timeless. Their lineup of boots features stunning booties, knee-high boots, and hiking/work boot-inspired styles. Many of their boots are made with handmade Italian vegan leather that is so elegant you could replace these with leather boots, and no one would know! Actually, let’s go do that! Who’s with me?

Bhava vegan shoes
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Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather

Good guys, bad guys, no guys should wear leather! These guys are the first vegan French shoe company and have set out to create the perfect “cruelty-free” closet that is also sustainable and made with fair labor practices. Some of their boot styles are made with eco-friendly apple leather, giving it the smooth, supple look of leather—you might not believe your eyes! Their boot lineup features fun cowboy boots (check out the ones in gold!), motorcycle boots, and simple slip-on boots. Don’t forget to throw one of their cute graphic tees into your shopping cart too!

Good Guys Dont Wear Leather Boots
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BC Footwear

Another great California-based vegan company committed to kicking the moo out of its shoes! This budget-friendly and Peta-approved company have a small but effective lineup of boots for the fall and winter. If you’re in need of cute peep-toe booties for a date night, they’ve got that, want something with a little more protection from the weather? They’ve got that too! All their knee-high and ankle boot styles come in a variety of colors and styles that will fit nicely into any wardrobe. 

BC Footwear
Credit: BC Footwear


What started out as a call to create a boot that was durable and supportive for troops after World War II has grown into a brand of creative and bold styles for the street. These creative kicks remind me of a souped-up pair of Converse sneakers, but you can do some serious walking in a pair of Palladiums, check out their soles! Aside from being chunky, the soles are designed with their own Paradrop technology, providing a cushioned step, which means extra comfort for your long walks! Not all of their boots are vegan, but they offer a large selection of boots and shoes in Men’s and Women’s styles that are—hooray!

Palladium Vegan Boots
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Want to look chic but need to stay on a budget? Head on over to Lulus! They have a huge selection of beautiful styles that are perfect for a night on the town or brunch with friends. You’ll just have a hard time deciding between the over-the-knee suede boots, romantic peep-toe booties, and eye-catching snake print heels! One note, not everything is vegan, but their site lays out all of the vegan options very well. 

Lulus vegan snake skin knee high boots
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Doc Martens

Although this British brand is far from vegan, many of Dr. Martens’ classic lace-up, and platform-style boots have a vegan option! Whether you’re looking for a matte finish or want to turn heads with vegan patent leather (the cherry red looks particularly eye-catching), they’ve got it. All of their vegan boots are made with their iconic look and air-cushioned soles, these bad boys are built to last!

Dr. Martens vegan boots
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While this California brand isn’t 100% vegan, they do have a great selection of Peta-approved vegan boots, sneakers, heels, and more! Their vegan lineup is called Coconuts by Matisse and features their quality craftsmanship in trendy designs.  Their vegan boots include casual booties in fun prints (I’ve got my eye on the cheetah print!), chunky patent leather snakeskin boots, and many more. 

Matisse vegan boots
Credit: Matisse

One last note, if you happen to be heading to a warm-weather destination and need to refresh your sandal collection, be sure to check out my lineup of 12 places to buy vegan sandals before you go!

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  1. Love this list! While I’m not vegan, I know that vegan products are usually more sustainable and definitely more ethical! Thank you for sharing – always in the need for new cute boots!

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