Shop the best vegan ankle boots for autumn 2019

Read Time:   |  16th October 2019

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Up your style game this season with our selection of the best vegan boots. The following are all PETA-approved, so sit back, relax, and get shopping!

Marks & Spencer

Launched in December last year, Marks & Spencer now sells a brilliant range of vegan friendly shoes. Offering an array of options across womenswear, menswear and kidswear, Marks & Spencer champions comfort and value with Insolia® and Airflex™ technologies, developed specifically for the brand.

vegan ankle boots

Leopard boot, £35

With half sizes and foot width options available throughout, M&S continues to offer beautiful, cruelty-free shoes without compromising on style or comfort! Plus what we love the most is that their shoes are very affordable so your wallet won’t be compromised either. Find them in store or online at (just type ‘vegan shoe’ into the search bar).

vegan ankle boots

Chelsea brown boot, £29.50

KOI Footwear

This Mancunian company is at the forefront of trendy, stylish vegan shoes that are modern and don’t break the bank! They offer vegan-but-still-cool footwear proving that their cruelty-free shoes are well worth having in your closet. KOI is for all of the ‘it girls’ and the trend lovers, but also those of us whose tastes are more classic and minimalist – it all depends what mood you’re in!

vegan ankle boots

Kyoto boot, £42

Offering a wide selection of style of shoes – ankle boots, trainers, sandals, long boots and heels – there is so much to choose from. They even have a section with YouTubers’ picks so head on over to their site to find out these celebrities’ top choices. Find them online at

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Yuna Heeled Chelsea Boot, £30


Founded in 2013, Ahimsa is a Brazilian vegan brand that prioritises love above all! Ahimsa means ‘conscious awakening’, and they have come a long way since they started, establishing themselves as one of the leading cruelty-free shoe brands in the global market. Offering styles for both men and women, they use high quality and highly resistant microfibre to mimic real leather. All of the Ahimsa shoes are vegan and PETA approved.

vegan ankle boots

This Victoria boot (shown above) is an elegant but trendy women’s lace-up made from smooth high-quality faux leather. The lining is made from 100% organic cotton and has been reinforced with faux suede at the heel for maximum comfort and to prevent abrasion. The outsole is made from natural rubber from the Amazonian forest. Priced at £130, it’s a great choice as a classy, unpretentious boot and a beautiful, ethical piece of women’s footwear. Find them at


NAE stands for No Animal Exploitation, and they are a Portuguese vegan footwear brand that proposes fairly produced and animal-friendly shoes. They stand against the exploitation of animals and their shoes are a reflection of their respect for the environment as well, making NAE a wonderful option for consumers who identify with these values.

vegan ankle boots

Bline Brown, £104

On the website you will find a wide range of shoes for men and women, plus lots of accessories to complement your style. The designs are perfect for everyday use, and the materials have been carefully curated, highlighting the use of cork especially. Find them at

Minuit Sur Terre

We are now crossing the pond to lovely Bordeaux, France, where Minuit Sur Terre has been leading the way when it comes to French vegan shoes. Having won the PETA award in 2017 for ‘Best Vegan Shoe’, their products are ethically made in Portugal but designed in France. Offering high quality, super stylish and feminine footwear, their shoes are perfect for day-to-day wear.

vegan ankle boots

Légende black
boots, £138

Filled with traditional colours but with a twist, you will find they are a safe bet when you’re looking for your next pair of boots. Plus their dog Cannelle makes every site visit a treat! Browse the range at

vegan ankle boots

Sienna boots, £134

Collection & Co

Originally from Bristol, this British company was established in 2016 to offer animal-free shoes and to provide eco-friendly footwear in the fashion industry. Collection & Co reuse materials that are discarded or left over from previous collections and source a variety of upcycled and eco-friendly materials (such as recycled plastics and hemp) to make their trendy, minimalistic and beautiful shoes.

vegan ankle boots

Giona Orange Square
Toe boot, £120

With a wide range of styles, they are the perfect pick for fashionistas but also for anyone looking to purchase cruelty-free shoes that are kind to the environment. Their factory is in Greece and they have also used discarded fishing nets or Piñatex for their shoes. Great stuff! Check them out at

vegan ankle boots

Athos boot, £140

marta canga Marta Canga is an award-winning blogger with a passion for cruelty-free clothing, sustainable living, natural beauty and living an ethical lifestyle. You can find more about Marta on her IG @marta_canga, where she documents her fashion picks daily.

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