Handbags are often considered an appendage by many women, in fact, we rarely go any place without them. But those who care about animal rights, the environment and ethically sourced goods know that the huge demand for and production of handbags has environmental consequences, in addition to promoting cruelty to animals. Vegan handbags, on the other hand, are produced without using animal products and will often be constructed from environmentally friendly materials too.
Of course, it isn't just vegans and committed environmentalists who buy such products, but those care about the future of the planet and recognise that the earth's resources are finite.
I like that bag, Sheilamarie. I think the flowers add that bit of decoration but it's still really natural looking.
I like that cork one, too, Hollie. The picture introducing your article enticed me to read your article. Very pretty.
You're welcome Katie- I like these bags too, I've got my eye on the little cork one with flowers on. :)
I enjoy buying Vegan products, thanks for the review. The vegan handbags highlighted here are really nice. :)K
You're very welcome. I find that increasingly I'm buying eco-friendly and vegan products. I loathe cruelty to animals and I do think that if we can buy recycled goods then we'll all benefit in the long run. :)
Thanks for the article. I'm an animal advocate, and I keep forgetting that things other than food come from animals.
I really like the cork bags 2uesday. My friend has one and it feels like a really soft suede. I also really like the way the fabric differs in shade and tone.
I like that bag too Jo. I also really like the cork ones (especially the one with the little flowers!) :)
There are some gorgeous designs here. I have my eye on the Amazonas Kiwi. I do love the colour green. :)